Secondhand smoke raises risk of birth defects, stillbirth

03/7/2011 | CNN/The Chart blog

Nonsmoking pregnant women who were exposed to secondhand smoke were 23% more likely to suffer a stillbirth and 13% more likely to have a child with birth defects, according to a study in Pediatrics. The researchers said more study is needed to determine what level of exposure triggers the increased risks.

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