4/2/2013

Mothers exposed to secondhand smoke during pregnancy are at least twice as likely to have children who eventually develop attention and aggression issues, according to a study published in the journal NeuroToxicology. The study is one of the first to directly link secondhand smoke exposure to behavioral issues in children, though researchers said they did not investigate whether factors such as premature birth or low birth weight may have affected the study.

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