Prenatal Nicotine Exposure and Risk of Schizophrenia Among Offspring in a National Birth Cohort

Volume: 173, Issue: 8, Pages: 799 - 806
Published: Aug 1, 2016
Abstract
Cigarette smoking during pregnancy is a major public health problem leading to adverse health outcomes and neurodevelopmental abnormalities among offspring. Its prevalence in the United States and Europe is 12%-25%. This study examined the relationship between prenatal nicotine exposure (cotinine level) in archived maternal sera and schizophrenia in offspring from a national birth cohort.The authors conducted a population-based nested...
Paper Details
Title
Prenatal Nicotine Exposure and Risk of Schizophrenia Among Offspring in a National Birth Cohort
Published Date
Aug 1, 2016
Volume
173
Issue
8
Pages
799 - 806
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