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The second edit was very good, and it was accepted after the overhaul was posted. Original: Women with pre-pregnancy overweight and obese had increased risk of having newborns with macrosomia and LGA than normal-weight women, both unadjusted and adjusted for all the potential confounders. After modification: Women who were overweight or obese pre-pregnancy manifested an increased risk of having newborns with macrosomia and LGA relative to normal-weight women, regardless of whether values were unadjusted or adjusted for all potential confounders.