Globally the use of methamphetamine surpasses that of heroin and cocaine combined. As a drug that facilitates weight loss and provides the user with increased energy, it is particularly appealing to women. This raises concerns about its use by pregnant women. This poster highlights what is known about the effects of methamphetamine by pregnant women on the unborn child, and on the long term consequences for the children of these women.
Keune, Chiara L., "Methamphetamine: The Effect On The Child From Womb, Birth And Beyond" (2014). Graduate Research - Criminal Justice. 2.