Study: Childhood exposure to smoke increases miscarriage risk

08/31/2007 | ScientificAmerican.com

A new study of almost 2,200 nonsmoking pregnant women found those exposed to secondhand smoke as children were 80% more likely to have a miscarriage. The lead researcher said the findings were the first to show a connection between childhood exposure to parental smoking and reproductive ability later in life.

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