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Relevant Population Characteristics for Smoking in the Third Trimester of Pregnancy

Relevant Population Characteristics

According to 2012 Vital Records, smoking during the third trimester of pregnancy is the highest among women 15-19 years of age. According to 2010 PRAMS data, smoking during the third trimester is more prevalent among women who have only a high school education or less; are unmarried; who have lower income; and have no insurance or are on Medicaid before and/or during pregnancy.

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Content updated: Wed, 4 Dec 2013 17:17:00 MST