More than 61,000 women still smoking last year at time they gave birth, NHS England says
Women who smoke during pregnancy are endangering themselves and their baby, NHS England has warned, as figures show more than one in 10 continue to use cigarettes.
The trend in pregnant women and the stubbornly higher rates of smoking among the least affluent groups in society trouble experts, even though the latest data shows the overall smoking rate is at an all-time low.
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