Study: Prenatal exposure to epileptic drugs affects academics

11/5/2010 | HealthDay News

Teens whose mothers took two or more epilepsy drugs during pregnancy had lower school performance levels than teens who were not exposed to the drugs, a study found. Swedish researchers also said teens born to epileptic mothers generally had lower academic scores, including in math and English.

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