The American journal of psychiatry | 25 May 2016
S Niemelä, A Sourander, HM Surcel, S Hinkka-Yli-Salomäki, IW McKeague, K Cheslack-Postava and AS Brown
Cigarette smoking during pregnancy is a major public health problem leading to adverse health outcomes and neurodevelopmental abnormalities among offspring. Its prevalence in the United States and Europe is 12%-25%. This study examined the relationship between prenatal nicotine exposure (cotinine level) in archived maternal sera and schizophrenia in offspring from a national birth cohort.
* Data courtesy of Altmetric.com