By Emily Pearce
Saturday, April 28, 2012
ONLINE tools to help pregnant women quit smoking, developed by University College London (UCL), are to be tested in a nationwide study — and Island women are being invited to take part.
Latest statistics show nearly 300 babies a year are born on the Island to mothers who smoke, well above the national average.
UCL hopes to recruit 800 women to take part in the study, aimed at women who cannot or do not want to seek help from NHS stop smoking services or other health professionals.
For more information, visit www.mumsquit.co.uk
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