Mom’s nicotine gum, patches tied to colic in babies: study

Reuters – Women who use nicotine gum, patches or inhalers while pregnant are 60 percent more likely to have a child with colic than moms who stayed away from nicotine, according to a new study. That’s in contrast to earlier studies that suggested the widely used nicotine products are harmless during pregnancy. Read article

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