What are the risks that tobacco effects unborn babies?

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Date created: Sun, Aug 8, 2021 11:16 PM
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What are the long term effects of tobacco?

  • Here are some of the dangerous long-term effects of smoking: One of the most well-known long-term effects of smoking is cancer, and smoking can cause cancer of the lungs, the mouth, throat, stomach, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, and the cervix.

Babies whose mothers smoke during pregnancy are at higher risk of SIDS, having weaker lungs and having a low birth weight. Low birth weight babies are at greater risk of death and are more vulnerable to infection, breathing difficulties and long-term health problems in adulthood.

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