Methamphetamine use during pregnancy may affect child behavior

Children born to mothers who used methamphetamine during pregnancy were more likely to develop behavior problems than other children, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics. Since the drug has a strong impact on the brain, lead researcher Linda LaGasse said that it may have long-term effects on children.

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