ADHD High Risk in Pregnant Woman Who Smoke
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What JOY to bring a new life into the world! Most women want their baby born healthy and to live a long, happy life! Did you know that recent research and studies show “pregnant women who smoke may be at a higher risk of having a child with ADHD”?
Secondhand smoke in the home, according to new research, poses a “50% increased risk (to children exposed) of developing two or more behavioral and learning disorders as well as ADHD.” Why put your child’s future at risk?! DON’T LIGHT UP so he/she can…shine bright, live and breathe well!
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Stewart, C. (2011). ADHD High Risk in Pregnant Woman Who Smoke. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 22, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2011/09/adha-high-risk-in-pregnant-woman-who-smoke/