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Reducing Prenatal Smoking The Role of State Policies (PDF) [FREE FULL TEXT]

Conclusions: States can use multiple tobacco control policies to reduce maternal smoking. Combining higher taxes with smokefree policies particularly can be effective.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Jun 15, 2012 14:46
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Higher taxes, smoke-free policies are reducing smoking in moms-to-be

ScienceDaily
added Jun 7, 2012 11:57
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Smoking moms

researchers from the Brigham and Women's Hospital looked at the effect of maternal smoking on retinoic acid signaling in mice.
WIAT TV-42 CBS ( Birmingham, AL)
added Jun 5, 2012 15:37
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Higher taxes, smoke-free policies are reducing smoking in moms-to-be

researchers have found that state tobacco control policies can be effective in curbing smoking during pregnancy, and in preventing a return to smoking within four months on average, after delivery.
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jun 5, 2012 14:30
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Reducing Prenatal Smoking: The Role of State Policies (PDF) [FREE FULL TEXT]

July 2012, Vol. 43, No. 1 Conclusions: States can use multiple tobacco control policies to reduce maternal smoking. Combining higher taxes with smokefree policies particularly can be effective.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Jun 5, 2012 14:25
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Cigarette Tax Hikes Curb Smoking in Pregnancy: Study

$1 increase per pack boosts likelihood that moms-to-be will quit long-term
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 5, 2012 13:47
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[Kansas] More Douglas Co. pregnant women smoking

A new report shows there has been an increase in the number of Douglas County residents who report smoking during their pregnancies.
AP - Associated Press
added Jun 4, 2012 14:35
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[Spain] 'Women who smoke give birth to lighter babies'

he findings were borne out by research conducted by the University of Zaragoza in Spain on 1,216 newly born babies.
Daily Pioneer (in)
added Jun 3, 2012 23:00
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Effect of secondhand smoke on asthma control among black and Latino children

Conclusions Maternal smoking while in utero is associated with poor asthma control in black and Latino subjects assessed at 8-17 years of age.
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
added Jun 14, 2012 20:51
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Pregnant women who smoke may put kids at risk for severe asthma

An intriguing new study suggests African-American and Latino children with asthma whose moms smoke while pregnant are more likely to have severe asthma as teens, even if their moms stop smoking after they are born.
CNN blogs
added Jun 14, 2012 20:40
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