NH sees sharp increase in newborns who were exposed to drugs before birth




The most-common drugs affecting newborns in New Hampshire are methadone and buprenorphine, according to State Maternal and Child Health Epidemiologist David Laflamme, who sits on the Prenatal Substance Exposure Task Force.
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