Published in Disease Risk Factor Week, January 25th, 2009
"Data on parental smoking were obtained by standardized questionnaires. Twenty-nine percent of the mothers smoked during pregnancy. Offspring of mothers who smoked had 13.4 mu m thicker CIMT (95% CI: 5.5, 21.3; P = 0.001) than offspring of mothers who did not smoke in pregnancy. Adjustment for known CIMT...
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