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I now see that the only way to find true happiness is for me to look past my own imperfections.
Once I was able to do that, I could focus on the things that I love to do, like writing, surfing, and – most of all – being an advocate.
Less than one in three of the 500,000 women questioned at antenatal clinics in England and the Isle of Man took folic acid prior to their pregnancy, researchers from Queen Mary University of London found.
Professor Sir Nicholas Wald, from Queen Mary, one of the study authors, said: "It's a public health tragedy that in spite of the folic acid fortification initiative in many countries, the UK has not introduced mandatory folic acid fortification.