Toddlers at higher risk of injury from secondhand smoke

11/19/2009 | Reuters

A report said secondhand smoke exposure is linked to a marker of vascular injury in toddlers, and it is twice as great for obese children. Researchers said toddlers had a four times greater risk of secondhand smoke exposure than adolescents mainly because they tend to stay closer to their smoking parents.

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