Health Rewind: Can Exercise Make Young Women Less Violent?

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Crack Baby Epidemic Not as Severe as Once Believed

Crack’s lasting effect in children born with the drug in their system may have been exaggerated, says a new study. Researchers from University of Maryland analyzed over 27 studies and 5,000 teens born with cocaine in their system and found that the drug didn’t cause long-term behavior problems, attention disorders or poor grades, reported USA Today. 

 

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