The interaction between maternal smoking, illicit drug use and alcohol consumption associated with neonatal outcomes
Pregnant lady and young child

The adverse effects of smoking on neonatal outcomes, such as small-for-gestational-age (SGA), has been extensively studied however, the consequences of smoking combined with alcohol and/or drug use is less clear.

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