Adult damage of passive smoking on children

plain packaging, cigarette packet in front of baby
The effect of passive smoking on children in childhood is long established, but new research at the Menzies Institute for Medical Research at the University of Tasmania has highlighted the impacts on cardiovascular health through into adulthood. Research led by Dr Costan Magnussen has shown that children exposed to parental smoking in childhood had approximately

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