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Health Study: Secondhand Smoke Linked to High Blood Pressure in Children

Secondhand Smoke Tied to High Blood Pressure in Kids

Health Study: Secondhand Smoke Linked to High Blood Pressure in Children

// West Palm Beach, Florida, US // Legal News Reporter (Press Release) (Blog) // Justice News Flash
A recent study found that young children who live with a parent or caretaker who smokes are more likely to develop high blood pressure while they are still kids than those who reside in smoke-free households. According to the study's lead author, Dr. Giacomo D. Simonetti, “Removing any avoidable risk factors as soon as possible will help reduce the risk for heart disease later on and improve the long-term health of children.” Read the full story on: Secondhand Smoke Tied to High Blood Pressure in Kids

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