CRACK BABIES: Early Predictions were Gross Exaggerations
More than a decade after a rash of dire predictions about babies exposed to crack cocaine in utero, new studies suggest a future not so bleak. In this week's Stryker's Corner, guest columnist Aaron Plant examines the crack baby phenomenon.
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