Tobacco, alcohol and cannabis use during pregnancy: clustering of risks
Background: Antenatal substance use poses significant risks to the unborn child. We examined use of tobacco, alcohol and cannabis among pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women; and compared characteristics of women by the number of substances
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