Secondhand Smoke Tied to Kids' Poor Mental Health
By Lynne Peeples
December 8, 2010
According to a new British study, kids who breathe secondhand smoke are more likely to struggle with mental health problems, although it is unclear whether the tobacco fumes actually take a toll on children's brains or something else. Researchers say more studied are needed before any conclusions are made, but these results strengthen the idea that secondhand smoke and even prenatal exposure to smoke, causes mental health issues.
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Keywords: secondhand smoke, kids, poor mental health