ANNA WRIGHT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ANNA WRIGHT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Pregnant woman and foetus smoking, computer artwork. The smoking of tobacco during pregnancy may result in harmful effects to both the mother and her unborn child. Nicotine can pass across the placenta and harm the developing foetus. When the baby is born, it is likely that it will be smaller, have a slower growth rate and be less likely to survive infancy.
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