Pregnant women who smoke increase the risk of their child being born with a heart defect, researchers say. Women who smoked a month before becoming pregnant or in their first trimester were more likely to have a child with a defect in one or more walls separating chambers of the heart and women who smoked 25 or more cigarettes daily during pregnancy were more likely give birth to a child with obstructions on the right side of the heart.

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