Pregnancy with Triplets Helps Mom Quit Smoking | Sanford Health News
Amy Fossum’s apartment in Fargo, North Dakota, is full. Full of diapers, full of bottles, and full of clothes for her triplets named Elias, Bennett and Zane.
“I feed babies all day long,” said Fossum.
One item that she no longer has in her home though are cigarettes. When Fossum became pregnant with these three, she entered a free maternal tobacco program at Sanford Health to quit smoking.
“It’s an addiction. It’s really hard to overcome”
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