Smoking while pregnant may damage cells and raise SIDS risk

The the link between a pregnant woman's smoking and her baby's risks for sudden infant death syndrome. An Arizona University study in rats suggests how nicotine may alter their breathing.
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The the link between a pregnant woman's smoking and her baby's risks for sudden infant death syndrome. An Arizona University study in rats suggests how nicotine may alter their breathing.
Source: the Mail online | Health - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
Pregnant women who smoke may be raising the risk of their newborn having sudden infant death syndrome or heart arrhythmia, according to a new study.
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(CNN) — Smoking even one cigarette a day during pregnancy can double the chance of sudden unexpected death for your baby, according to a new study analyzing over 20 million births, including over 19,000 unexpected infant deaths. The study, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, analyzed data on smoking during pregnancy from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s birth/infant death data set between 2007 and 2011 and found that the risk of death rises by .07 for each additional cigarette smoked, up to 20 a day, a typical pack of cigarettes. By the time you smoke a pack a day, the study found, yo...
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MONDAY, March 11, 2019 -- Smoking during pregnancy is never a good idea, but new research shows it might double the risk of a baby dying from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). " Any maternal smoking during pregnancy -- even just one cigarette a...
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CONCLUSIONS: Preterm birth and fetal growth restriction play significant roles in fetal, neonatal and infant losses. PMID: 30834860 [PubMed - in process]
Source: South African Medical Journal - Category: African Health Tags: S Afr Med J Source Type: research
Abstract BACKGROUND: Identifying characteristics of individuals at greatest risk for prolonged grief disorder (PGD) can improve its detection and elucidate the etiology of the disorder. The Safe Passage Study, a study of women at high risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), prospectively examined the psychosocial functioning of women while monitoring their healthy pregnancies. Mothers whose infants died of SIDS were followed in bereavement. METHODS: Pre-loss data were collected from 12 000 pregnant mothers and analyzed for their associations with grief symptoms and PGD in 50 mothers whose infants died f...
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Read article - Continued coverage of research conducted by scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine, which warns that any kind of nicotine exposure during pregnancy, whether from smoking, skin patches or vaping, heightens the chances of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. (Picked up by AOL., Belfast Telegraph, Shropshire Star, and EveningExpress.)
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Official NHS guidance warns pregnant women not to smoke cigarettes because it can damage their baby. Those who feel they are unable to stop completely are advised to use nicotine replacement.
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Official NHS guidance warns pregnant women not to smoke cigarettes because it can damage their baby. Those who feel they are unable to stop completely are advised to use nicotine replacement.
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THURSDAY, July 19, 2018 -- Using any form of nicotine during pregnancy or while nursing may raise a baby's risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), new animal research suggests. The findings indicate that nicotine patches or electronic...
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