Smoking and Pregnancy
Smoking increases the risk of congenital anomaly. The foetal development is adversely affected as the blood is highly embedded with carbon monoxide molecules and other toxic substances. The oxygen and nutrition carrying blood have more affinity to carbon monoxide which adversely affects the foetus. New born baby of smokers are often diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Such babies usually have delayed milestone in brain development that seriously cripples motor ability. Pictures and videos may also be seen to spread this message across the world.
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