India Health Trending : Pomegranate , a tropical fruit has been a symbol of fertility in folklore worldwide. A new study has brought this exotic produce back on top of must-have health ingredients Pomegranate , called Anaar in Hindi from its origin in Northern India, is well-known as a good source of nutrients. It provides you with Vitamin C and has useful fibre if you eat the seeds. Pic by Pexels.com In a latest development, clinical researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital , the second-largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, on August 21, 2019, published their study that explored whether Pomegranate extract could help in developing brains of newborns when they are in their mother's womb, especially those with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). This study was published in the science journal, PLOS ONE , in which a community of researchers, from Nobel laureates to the early ones, regularly publish their findings.