Children Born to Prenatal Smokers More Likely to Smoke Later in Life

An interesting study from Australia. It would be interesting to see this investigated in the context of an adoption study.

A study of 3,000 mothers and their children found that children of the 1,000 women who smoked during pregnancy were three times as likely to become smokers themselves by age 14. They also were twice as likely to become smokers after age 14.