Fewer youths being exposed to secondhand smoke in cars, CDC says

02/6/2012 | Washington Post, The

A CDC study in the journal Pediatrics found that 22% of teens and preteens overall were exposed to secondhand smoke in cars in 2009 compared with 40% in 2000. Despite the decline, the number of children facing health risks related to secondhand smoke exposure "is certainly problematic," lead author Brian King said.

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