Breastfeeding could reduce risk of mothers smoking again

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Breastfeeding could reduce risk of mothers smoking again
Breastfeeding could reduce risk of mothers smoking again
The study, published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research, set out to examine changes in smoking from the first prenatal appointment through 9 months postpartum among 168 women who smoked during their pregnancy. Pregnant mothers who smoke can also increase the risk of several health problems affecting a baby after they are born, such as asthma, childhood obesity and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
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