Pregnant smokers 'could make babies more prone to asthma by altering DNA'
By Daily Mail Reporter Mothers who smoke during pregnancy could alter their baby's DNA, making them more prone to asthma, new research suggests. Experts already know that children are more vulnerable to asthma and wheezing if their mother smoked, …
Smoking while pregnant 'triggers asthma through DNA changes'
Maternal smoking causes changes in fetal DNA
When Pregnant Mom Smokes, Baby's DNA May Change
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