Nicotine exposure in male mice may trigger ADHD in their offspring


RICHARD PRIDEAUX/SPL/Getty By Yvaine Ye Nicotine exposure has negative effects that echo down the generations – in mice, at least. Male mice exposed to nicotine had offspring with signs of a mouse version of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Previous studies have emphasised that women risk the health of their children by smoking during pregnancy. It has been linked to their children’s risk of developing depression,
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