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Prenatal Care

Smoking During Pregnancy May Affect Baby's Fingers and Toes

There's one more reason not to smoke during pregnancy. A mother's cigarette smoking increases the risk that her newborn may have extra, webbed or missing fingers or toes, according to researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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