Secondhand smoke affects 2.5M children in California

10/27/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Data from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research revealed that as many as 2.5 million children in California are exposed to secondhand smoke in their own homes, despite the declining smoking rates in the state. Black children, poor children and children in rural areas are more likely to be affected by secondhand smoke, researchers said.

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