Smoking while pregnant raises behavior problem risks

11/6/2009 | Reuters

A British study of more than 13,000 toddlers found those whose mothers smoked during pregnancy had a higher risk of behavior or attention problems. Researchers said the effects varied by gender, with boys more likely to have behavior and attention deficit problems, while girls were more likely to have only behavior problems.

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