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Do women reduce alcohol, tea and coffee consumption, and stop smoking when pregnant? Longitudinal data from the Southampton Women's Survey



Do women reduce alcohol, tea and coffee consumption, and stop smoking when pregnant? Longitudinal data from the Southampton Women's Survey








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