Smoking in pregnancy linked to psychotic symptoms in children

10/1/2009 | Reuters

Children of mothers who smoked during pregnancy have a higher risk of developing psychotic symptoms as teenagers, a British study found. The researchers said data indicated that the more the women smoked, the more likely their children were to have psychotic symptoms, including hallucinations or delusions.

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