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What Happens In The Uterus Does Not Stay In The Uterus

Addiction and overdose during pregnancy alter a child’s life for good.

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Because our world is as technologically advanced as it is, it is incomprehensible that the medical field has not prioritized aggressively seeking the intensive research of the lasting effects of an addicted pregnancy, especially those that include multi-overdose.




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Christina Vaughn: Nurse, Writer, Creator.

Christina Vaughn: Nurse, Writer, Creator.

Medicine, wellness/mental health, addiction/parenting. See my blog Published Amazon author: Of Death and Brokenness…

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