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Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Very interesting study. I am curious to know whether there was a difference among girls whose parents smoked when pregnant but quit, those who were exposed in utero but subsequently adopted by non-smoking parents, and/or those with one or both parents who continued to smoke during their formative years. These could serve as potential confounds so I will be interested to read the full study to see if they controlled for these factors.

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