Welcome, Guest
Username: Password:

Login With Facebook

  • Page:
  • 1

TOPIC: Smoking Linked to ADHD in Future Generations

Smoking Linked to ADHD in Future Generations 07 Mar 2014 03:37 #316

Could Grandma’s Prenatal Smoking Factor into Your Child’s ADHD?
Posted March 6, 2014 by Rick Nauert PhD reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D.

A new study suggests that prenatal exposure to nicotine could influence attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children born as long as a generation later.

Florida State University College of Medicine researchers found evidence that ADHD associated with nicotine can be passed across generations.

Thus, your child’s ADHD might be an environmentally induced health condition inherited from your grandmother, who may have smoked cigarettes during pregnancy a long time ago.

If the theory holds, the fact that you never smoked may be irrelevant for your child’s ADHD.


Continue reading:
Last Edit: 23 Jul 2015 23:08 by michael.bailey.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
  • Page:
  • 1
Time to create page: 0.105 seconds

The mission of the Coalition Against Overmedicating Our Youth is to help children and adults determine underlying cause of neuro-behavioral conditions by ruling out nutritional, physiological, and environmental risk factors prior to premature drug therapy.



Give the gift of knowledge.
Help determine the cause
of behavioral challenges,
prior to drug therapy.
All proceeds donated to CAOOY.

Order your copy on here,
or get your autographed copy direct from the author via PayPal below.
Free shipping


Preview the CAOOY Educational DVD.


Select Book, DVD, or Combo:
Referred by:


Featured Article

"How Environmental Toxins Affect the Onset of ADHD"
by Frank J. Granett featured on

View article