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Commentary
  • Smoking in pregnancy has a negative impact on both the mother’s and the baby’s health.
  • ACT smoking in pregnancy rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women were similar to rates for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.  
  • However, ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women were 6 times more likely to smoke during pregnancy (48%) than their non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander counterparts (8%).
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