Report chronicles story of crack baby fears

05/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Fears in the 1980s of an epidemic of developmental problems due to prenatal exposure to crack cocaine are the subject of this video report. Talk of an epidemic began with a small study involving 23 infants. Early estimates of the effects and societal costs received major attention in the media, but they turned out to be wildly overblown.

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