ScienceDaily (May 20, 2012) — For more than three decades, researchers have warned of the potential health risks associated with exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), especially among children whose parents smoke. Now a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Arizona reports that those health risks persist well beyond childhood, independent of whether or not those individuals end up becoming smokers later in life.Children Exposed to Smoking Face Long-Term Respiratory Risks.
The study will be presented at the ATS 2012 International Conference in San Francisco.
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