Smoking during pregnancy and postpartum: smoking rates and intention to quit smoking or resume after pregnancy.

@article{Hannver2008SmokingDP,
  title={Smoking during pregnancy and postpartum: smoking rates and intention to quit smoking or resume after pregnancy.},
  author={Wolfgang Hann{\"o}ver and Jochen Ren{\'e} Thyrian and Arno Ebner and Kathrin R{\"o}ske and Julia Grempler and Reinhard Kuehl and Ulfert Hapke and Christoph Fusch and Ulrich John},
  journal={Journal of women's health},
  year={2008},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={
          631-40
        }
}
BACKGROUND A substantial number of women smoke while pregnant. The majority of those who quit return to smoking within 12 months. The aim of this study is to estimate smoking rates and to measure the urge to smoke and the motivation to change smoking behavior among women who recently delivered. METHODS Data presented stem from two studies. Study 1 is an epidemiological survey investigating the health of neonates. Study 2 presents screening data of an efficacy trial for a smoking cessation and… CONTINUE READING

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