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CONCLUSION: Maternal marijuana use during pregnancy is not an independent risk factor for adverse neonatal outcomes after adjusting for confounding factors. Thus, the association between maternal marijuana use and adverse outcomes appears attributable to concomitant tobacco use and other confounding factors.
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Conner, Shayna N. MD, MSCI; Bedell, Victoria MD; Lipsey, Kim MLIS; Macones, George A. MD, MSCE; Cahill, Alison G. MD, MSCI; Tuuli, Methodius G. MD, MPH