Looking at crack babies thirty years later
May 20, 2013
How many of you are old enough to remember the concern and the stories about babies being born to women who smoked crack cocaine?
Politicians and public health officials warned that these kids would add billions in costs to healthcare and social service system. Three decades later, have these worries come to fruition? New York Times has online video story that says no. Concerns were overblown. It's worth a view.