Meth babies more prone to behavior problems
from U.S. News & World Report
Children whose mothers used methamphetamine during pregnancy are more likely to suffer from behavioral problems like anxiety, depression, and moodiness. That's according to a study published in Pediatrics that tracked the babies of meth-using moms starting at birth and continuing through age 5. Children exposed to meth in the womb are more likely to "act out" behaviorally.
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