During the 80's and 90's, the nation's health specialists panicked over the growing number of so-called "crack babies" — children exposed to crack cocaine in utero. Host Michel Martin speaks to Mary Barr, an activist who is vocal about her own drug abuse during pregnancy, and Nisa.
BALTIMORE — One sister is 14; the other is 9. They are a vibrant pair: the older girl is high-spirited but responsible, a solid student and a.
Analysis of hair specimens, both in infants and adults, has also been proposed as a Alarming but unsystematic reports on “crack babies” and “coke kids” have .
Indeed, a heated debate on how far crack babies can go is at the . In short, these babies lack just about everything that makes adults coo.