Risk of spontaneous abortion in women with childhood exposure to parental cigarette smoke.

  title={Risk of spontaneous abortion in women with childhood exposure to parental cigarette smoke.},
  author={John D Meeker and Stacey A. Missmer and Allison F. Vitonis and Daniel W Cramer and Russ Hauser},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  volume={166 5},
There is increasing concern over whether environmental exposures early in life may impact health in adulthood. Recent evidence suggests that prenatal or childhood exposure to cigarette smoke may result in poorer reproductive health later in life. Among 2,162 nonsmoking women recruited from three Boston, Massachusetts, clinics who underwent assisted reproductive treatments between 1994 and 2003, adjusted odds ratios for pregnancy outcomes in the initial treatment cycle were calculated in… CONTINUE READING


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