‘Crack Baby’ Study Ends with Unexpected but Clear Result

‘Crack Baby’ Study Ends with Unexpected but Clear Result

July 22, 2013 | by Susan Fitzgerald | The Inquirer

Researchers have been studying the long terms effects of cocaine use in utero. As all of the children studied came from low-income families, the results revealed that poverty may have stronger effects on children.

Researchers have been studying the long terms effects of cocaine use in utero. As all of the children studied came from low-income families, the results revealed that poverty may have stronger effects on children.