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Titled, “The effects of prenatal cigarette and e-cigarette exposure on infant neurobehaviour: A comparison to a control group,” the study explored how prenatal e-cigarette exposure compares to prenatal cigarette exposure, in terms of birth outcomes, neurological development and subsequent behavioural abnormalities.

The researchers followed eighty-three infants, who were either exposed prenatally to cigarettes or e-cigarettes, or not exposed to either. The differences amongst these groups were assessed by observing measurable birth outcomes and scores on the Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS) at one month of age.