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Yvonne Brackbill, Karen McManus, and Lynn Woodward. The authors' findings indicate that many infants are exposed to prenatal and during-birth drugs that could cause learning difficulties or have other toxic effects, and that mothers are rarely told what drugs they are taking or how those drugs could harm their child. You May Also Be Interested In.
by Karen McManus, Yvonne Brackbill, Lynn Woodward. Mothers often know very little about the drugs they receive during pregnancy and even less about the drugs they consume during childbirth.
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