Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, February 9th, 2003
While U.S. smoking rates have generally declined over the last decade, little is known about the specifics of smoking rates among women before, during, and after pregnancy. Most studies on this subject have been limited by small size, but not this one.
"By pooling data over time and across states, we constructed the largest population-based sample ever, with detailed information on smoking among women before, during and after pregnancy," said study author Gregory J. Colman, PhD, of the...
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