TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)-- Smoking as we all know is something pregnant women shouldn't do.
Now new research shows how tobacco smoke can harm a woman's pregnancy -- even if she's not the one with the cigarette.
Researchers studied more than 80-thousand women and found secondhand smoke exposure in non-smokers-- is linked to problems including miscarriage and stillbirth.
Women with the highest level of exposure to secondhand smoke- have an increased risk by 17 percent for miscarriages, and 55 percent for still births.
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