Exposure to second-hand smoke at homes increases the risk of learning and behavior problems in children, a study has revealed.
"We found that children who are exposed to secondhand smoke in the home have a 50% increased odds of having two or three of these common neurobehavioraldisorders," researchers cautioned.
AdvertisementOther risks of second-hand smoke included ear ailments and respiratory problems.
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