How Would a Parents Drug Use Affect a Child Biologically?

Question by Ryan: How would a parents drug use affect a child biologically?
If a parent(father not mother) has used hard drugs such as speed, cocaine, crystal meth and has abused alcohol and experimented with marijuana how would this affect the child biologically?

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Answer by Allen
It can be in the father’s genes which can cause the kid to naturally have a tendency to experiment with these drugs. It’s not a fact that they will experiment with these things just more likely!
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