Apartment Kids Exposed to More Tobacco Smoke

Children who live in apartments have more tobacco contaminants in their blood than those who live in houses -- even if smokers in the household don't light up indoors -- a new study suggests. Research has linked secondhand smoke to a host of health conditions in kids, including asthma and respiratory infections, ear infections, low test scores and sudden infant death syndrome. In this latest study, researchers drew upon a national survey of parents and children ages 6 through 18 that took place...Full Story
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