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Tasmanian research evaluating impact of smoking on unborn babies using carbon monoxide monitoring

Jessica Willard
Updated July 2 2021 - 1:32am, first published November 30 2020 - 4:00am
STUDY: Associate Professor Heinrich Weber is researching the impact of carbon monoxide interventions during pregnancy. Pictures: Robburnettimages
STUDY: Associate Professor Heinrich Weber is researching the impact of carbon monoxide interventions during pregnancy. Pictures: Robburnettimages

Improving the health outcomes of babies in the state's North-West is one of the key goals of new research examining the impacts of smoking and obesity during pregnancy.

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Jessica Willard

Jessica Willard

Senior Journalist and Health Reporter

Being a health reporter to me is about more than just reporting the problems. It's about asking why they are happening in the first place and what needs to change to fix it.

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