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Smoking During Pregnancy Not Linked to Autism, Drexel University Study


1/23/2012 7:27:41 AM

Children born to women who smoke during pregnancy are not at increased risk for autism, according to a new study. Smoking during pregnancy has been considered a possible cause of autism in children due to known links between smoking and behavioral disorders and obstetric complications, but previous studies of a connection between smoking during pregnancy and autism have had mixed results.

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