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           Smoke damage to the unborn baby

Smoking can damage the health of the smoker, but it is not. Approximately equal to the damage caused by smoking near any animals. Even the mother's womb, unborn baby to be protected from tobacco smoke gets that. Recently, a study by researchers at the University of British Nottingham watched, passive smoking has a child in the womb of the mother is at risk of harm. Smoking by pregnant women in particular, is not ok too. As a result, the unborn baby may not be too much risk. Pregnant mother took the indirect tobacco smoke, the unborn baby in the face of loss of bowel prep evenly. Researchers around the world have watched about 19 seconds of the test in the mother, as a result of passive smoking at home or at work, children at risk, and 13 percent to 3 percent of children born with severe. An expert in the UK said, "It is very important that pregnant women should know how secondhand smoke may harm their baby."South America, North America, Asia-Europe Outside special even pregnant mothers who do not smoke themselves, but indirectly from other smokers in the study were smoking, the researchers said. Research is being called the figures, more than 10 cigarettes a day is enough for coming to the baby at risk of loss. However, researchers also found the Nottingham University at the newly born baby smoking tobacco does not cause death. However, they say, the smoke is very risky for the baby.
 Source: BBC news.

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