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Nicotine Substitutes Increase Risk Of Congenital Malformations – Study

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The use of nicotine replacement therapy during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy more than doubles a child's risk of a musculoskeletal congenital malformation, a large, prospective cohort study finds

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