Secondhand cigarette smoke does damage to children’s hearts and cardiovascular systems, in addition to increasing their risk of diseases from asthma to cancer.
Secondhand cigarette smoke does damage to children’s hearts and cardiovascular systems, in addition to increasing their risk of diseases from asthma to cancer. Mark Lennihan AP
Secondhand cigarette smoke does damage to children’s hearts and cardiovascular systems, in addition to increasing their risk of diseases from asthma to cancer. Mark Lennihan AP

Guest commentary: Secondhand smoke’s hidden risks for kids

May 15, 2017 08:30 PM

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