The American Medical Association agreed in 2015 to push for regulations requiring warnings be written on medical and recreational pot products and posted where they are sold, based on studies suggesting marijuana use may be linked with low birth weight, premature birth and behavior problems in young children. Ted S. Warren AP file photo
The American Medical Association agreed in 2015 to push for regulations requiring warnings be written on medical and recreational pot products and posted where they are sold, based on studies suggesting marijuana use may be linked with low birth weight, premature birth and behavior problems in young children. Ted S. Warren AP file photo

Dr. Wood: Better to be safe than sorry with pot use during pregnancy

August 05, 2017 7:00 AM