To Have And To Hold: University of Florida Shows Cocaine-Exposed Infants Fare Better With Their Biological Mothers — ScienceDaily

GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Six months after birth, babies who went to live with a relative or foster parent were significantly less likely to smile, reach, roll over or sit up compared with children who remained with their mothers.
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