Miriam’s Stroud gets<br> to lead smoking study

PROVIDENCE – About one in five expectant women in the United States smoke during their pregnancies despite increased rates of behavioral problems such as hyperactivity, irritability, drug dependence and attention-deficit disorder in their children. To help better understand the impact of maternal smoking on fetal and offspring development, the National Institutes of Drug Abuse recently…

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