San Francisco: "Cocaine emergency"
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors and city health director are declaring a public health emergency because of an alarming increase in the number of babies born to cocaine-addicted mothers.
The announcement is aimed at obtaining state funds to educate pregnant mothers about the harm cocaine and other drugs might cause to their unborn children, San Francisco Health Director David Werdegar says.
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