Commentary on Leung et al. (2015): Inequalities in mental health begin in utero - the case of prenatal tobacco exposure
Lewis, A.J. (2015) Commentary on Leung et al. (2015): Inequalities in mental health begin in utero - the case of prenatal tobacco exposure. Addiction, 110 (11). pp. 1825-1826.
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Tobacco smoking in pregnancy is arguably the most important preventable cause of adverse pregnancy outcomes and a number of childhood developmental problems. Recent findings suggest a very early effect of socio-economic disadvantage and that public health research ought to refocus on a ‘womb to tomb’ perspective...
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