Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Jan 16 2014
Daughters exposed to their mother’s stress hormones in the womb may be more likely to become nicotine-dependent later in life, a new long-term study suggests. It also found that girls whose mothers smoked during pregnancy were at higher risk for eventual nicotine dependence.
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