SHS-Related Pediatric Sick Visits are Linked to Maternal Depressive Symptoms among Low-Income African American Smokers: An Opportunity for Intervention in Pediatrics.

Maternal smoking and depressive symptoms are independently linked to poor child health outcomes. However, little is known about factors that may predi...
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