Nicotine Replacement Therapy Not Linked To Stillbirths, Study Finds
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
There is no association between the use of nicotine replacement therapy products and the risk of stillbirths among pregnant women, according to a Danish Ministry of Health study
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