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Health Status Outcomes for Smoking in the third trimester of pregnancy

Health Status Outcomes

According to 2019-2021 Utah PRAMS data, women who smoked during the third trimester of pregnancy had statistically significant higher rates of low birth weight infants when compared with non-smokers (11.0% vs 6.4%). Additionally, women who smoked during the third trimester of pregnancy had higher rates of postpartum depressive symptoms than non-smokers (27.5% vs. 15.1%).

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Content updated: Wed, 25 Jan 2023 07:55:05 MST