Risky substance exposure during pregnancy: a pilot study from Lebanese mothers

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Rachidi S; Awada S; Al-Hajje A; Bawab W; Zein S; Saleh N; Salameh P;
(2013)

Samar Rachidi,1 Sanaa Awada,1 Amal Al-Hajje,1 Wafaa Bawab,1 Salam Zein,1 Nadine Saleh,1,2 Pascale Salameh1,21Laboratory of Epidemiological and Clinical Research, Lebanese University, Beirut, Lebanon; 2Faculty of Public Health Labanese University, Beirut, LebanonBackgrou... View more
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