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Smoking while pregnant. Cigarette packet held by a woman who is 26 weeks pregnant. Smoking tobacco during pregnancy harms both the mother and the unborn child. Babies born to a smoking mother may be smaller at birth, may grow more slowly, and may be less likely to survive. Many countries now require warning labels on cigarette packets. Young children of parents who smoke are more likely to suffer from asthma and other respiratory diseases.
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