Smoke warning

6th October 2000 at 01:00
WOMEN who smoke during pregancy are more likely to have babies who wheeze, cough and cry more than usual.

Researchers from the Institution of Prevention and Health in Leiden, Holland, an the unit for research in paediatrics at the Royal United Hospital,Bath said that mothers who smoked between 15 and 20 cigarettes a day had babies more likely to suffer from colic.

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