In today’s health and political discussions, opioid abuse dominates the conversation despite being only part of our country’s substance use epidemic. Prenatal substance use remains an uncontrolled public health problem with high costs to women, children, and society. Part of the problem is the difficulty in measuring the extent of the problem nationwide. Most prenatal substance use prevalence data comes from substance treatment programs and national self-report surveys, likely leading to ...


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