Prenatal smoking exposure can potentially affect someone's health for years after birth

November 23, 2015

New Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research finds that blood taken from children up to the age of five contains molecular evidence about whether their mothers smoked during pregnancy.

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