|| Stop Smoking
SMOKING DURING PREGANCY LINKED TO VIOLENT MALE CHILDREN A
study by researchers at Emory University in Atlanta has shown
that male children born to women who smoke during pregnancy run
a risk of violent and criminal behavior that lasts into
adulthood, perhaps because of central nervous system damage. The
study was based on arrest histories up to age 34 of 4,169 males
born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Earlier studies have also linked
smoking during pregnancy to impulsive behavior and attention
deficit problems in children. This new study, published in the
journal "Archives of General Psychiatry," is the first
to show that the impact of maternal smoking during pregnancy is
related to persistent offending rather than to
Reuters, "Another reason not to smoke" as published
in USA today, March 15, 1999, 4D (http://www.usatoday.com)
and Smoking Quit Smoking
Stop Smoking Information
Boards Quit Smoking tools
Diamond Matrix Group, L.L.C.
Copyright © 2000, All Rights Reserved
The Diamond Matrix Group, L.L.C.
12819 SE 38th St. PMB 157
Bellevue, Wa. 98006-1395
The information on this website
is Copyrighted 1999,2000©. All rights reserved. All efforts have
been made to appropriately reference non original material. If any party
finds that copyrighted material is not utilized appropriately, the material will
be removed at the party's request. This site is meant to provide direction
to medical information. The site is not a treatment site, nor a diagnostic
site. It should not take the place ofyour family physician.
This sites purpose is to translate certain medical information and jargon.
If you have a medical condition, or have reason to suspect you might have one,
then you are instructed to consult your physician immediately.
Direct all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stop-Smoking-Secrets and its agents are not responsible for the information
provided on the included links. This site
is provided as a convenience to assist people in understanding possible causes
of maladies and possible courses of treatment, but without a physical
examination and a chance to ask questions in person, accurate medical advice can
not be reliably dispensed. We recommend that persons with medical problems make
an appointment to see a licensed physician to further pursue the matter. I you
are pregnant, suffer from chronic medical conditions, or take medication
regularly, we recommend you consult your family physician prior to taking any
nutritional supplements that we present on this site.
Web Design by The
Diamond Matrix Group. Copyright 1999,2000©