Smoking remains in the furniture of the house and inhibits the growth of children and weakens their immunity

Smoking remains in the furniture of the house and inhibits the growth of children and weakens their immunity


Smoking remains in the furniture of the house and inhibits the growth of children and weakens their immunity
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A team of American scientists warned people who smoke at home, finding that the residue of sticky smoke remains in the walls and furniture that hinder the growth of babies.



The scientists explained that the effects of cigarette smoking remain at home and can also weaken the newborn immune system, making them vulnerable to fatal diseases.
The researchers pointed out that infants are most at risk of pollutants from cigarettes because they crawl and put things in their mouths as they grow.



Many people were first raised in 2010 when research found that nicotine could interact with substances in the air to create carcinogens.



Scientists at the research show that the exposure of children to the effects of smoke at home, led to continuous changes in the number of white blood cells that strengthen the immune system.



Several studies have found that pregnant women who inhaled smoke are more likely to have children with brain problems that affect learning and behavior.Smoking remains in the furniture of the house and inhibits the growth of children and weakens their immunity
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A team of American scientists warned people who smoke at home, finding that the residue of sticky smoke remains in the walls and furniture that hinder the growth of babies.



The scientists explained that the effects of cigarette smoking remain at home and can also weaken the newborn immune system, making them vulnerable to fatal diseases.
The researchers pointed out that infants are most at risk of pollutants from cigarettes because they crawl and put things in their mouths as they grow.



Many people were first raised in 2010 when research found that nicotine could interact with substances in the air to create carcinogens.



Scientists at the research show that the exposure of children to the effects of smoke at home, led to continuous changes in the number of white blood cells that strengthen the immune system.



Several studies have found that pregnant women who inhaled smoke are more likely to have children with brain problems that affect learning and behavior.Smoking remains in the furniture of the house and inhibits the growth of children and weakens their immunity
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A team of American scientists warned people who smoke at home, finding that the residue of sticky smoke remains in the walls and furniture that hinder the growth of babies.



The scientists explained that the effects of cigarette smoking remain at home and can also weaken the newborn immune system, making them vulnerable to fatal diseases.
The researchers pointed out that infants are most at risk of pollutants from cigarettes because they crawl and put things in their mouths as they grow.



Many people were first raised in 2010 when research found that nicotine could interact with substances in the air to create carcinogens.



Scientists at the research show that the exposure of children to the effects of smoke at home, led to continuous changes in the number of white blood cells that strengthen the immune system.



Several studies have found that pregnant women who inhaled smoke are more likely to have children with brain problems that affect learning and behavior.
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