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Smoking during pregnancy can cause autism in the grandchildren

Smoking during pregnancy can cause autism in the grandchildren


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If a woman is pregnant while quitting smoking with great certainty for her child's health, a recent study has shown that this can also protect her grandchildren, especially autism.

Smoking during pregnancy can cause autism in the grandchildren

As he arrives, he leads a research published in Scientific Reports Jean Golding, a staff member at Bristol University reported that we still knew that smoking a mother can do a lot for the health of her baby, but from the current study, it is clear that even more than 500 more grandchildren can benefit from it. people who were born in England in the 1990s and found out that whose maternal grandmother smoked during pregnancy, It increased by 67 percent autism spectrum disorder is more common in boys than in girls.
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