|Researchers in Canada have found a link that suggests women who smoke during their pregnancy will have aggressive offspring.
While it has been well-documented that mothers who smoke during pregnancy risk putting their baby's health in danger, such as causing low birth weight, it has now been revealed that pregnant smokers could also have an effect on their child's behaviour.
The Canada-Netherlands study, published in the journal of Development and Psychopathology, found that the children of mothers who smoked during pregnancy were more likely to be predisposed to violence and aggression.
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