Child Passive Smoking ‘Increases Chronic Lung Risk’

Childhood passive smoking, i.e., growing up with parents who smoke, is more dangerous than you think, BBC reports, as research shows that nonsmoking men and women who grew up with smoking parents have a higher risk of dying from serious lung diseases. They also are more at risk of asthma and poor lung development, as well as an increased risk of chronic illness later in life. Living with a smoker during adulthood also adds risks, such as ischemic heart disease, stroke and chronic obstructive...

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