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Over-35 pregnant smokers risk baby heart defects

Over-35 pregnant smokers risk baby heart defects

Babies born to women over 35 who smoke are at greater risk of having specific heart defects, suggests American research. The study, from Seattle Children's Hospital, adds to existing evidence that smoking during pregnancy can damage babies' hearts, as well as increase the risk of miscarriage, small babies and premature birth. Around 13% of women...

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