Generations of male mice exhibited learning and behavioral problems linked to nicotine exposure in their fathers and grandfathers, according to findings published in PLOS Biology. "Our study shows that paternal nicotine exposure can be deleterious for the offspring in multiple generations," said study leader Pradeep Bhide.
Nicotine-linked problems passed generationally, study suggests
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