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Researchers say women who have been exposed to second-hand smoke for over a decade have higher risks for miscarriages and stillbirths. (Getty Images)

Study: Second-Hand Smoke Linked Increased Risk For Miscarriages And Stillbirths

Research suggests women exposed to second-hand smoke for over 10 years are at higher risk for miscarriages and stillbirths.

02/28/2014

File photo of babies in a nursery. (credit: PATRICK LIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Police: Georgia Teen Tries Kidnapping Newborn By Putting Her In Purse-UPDATE

A wallet, makeup, a pack of gum, and a newborn girl – all of which are the essentials for one teenager’s purse.

01/05/2012

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