Smoking is bad. Bad for mom. Bad for the unborn and born baby alike. Now, a new study reinforces its adverse effect on the developing child, with a focus on the damage done to the kidneys. 
Preeclampsia a medical condition affecting pregnant women categorized by high blood pressure and elevated levels of protein in the urine affects two to eight percent of all pregnancies. The condition has been associated
After having a child, Emily Oster began to to question the conventional wisdom given to her by doctors.