|While many women quit smoking during pregnancy to protect their unborn child, around half then take the habit up again after giving birth, and a new study in the USA is looking at how to prevent this.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina are trying to find the factors that cause 50% of new Mums to stop smoking for good, in an attempt to try and help those who can't.
The study found that new mothers with a live-in partner who took a role in bringing up the baby were the most likely to never smoke again, whereas single mothers or those with less financial resources had a larger chance of relapse.
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