Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s help babies impacted by the heroin epidemic

Neonatal abstinence syndrome develops after a baby is born and no longer gets certain drugs or medicine from the mother.

Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Clinic are working to track the long-term effects on the smallest victims of the heroin crisis.

To see how they are making a difference, click on Local 12.

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