Second-hand smoke linked to children'...

Second-hand smoke linked to children's behavior problems

There are 7 comments on the Science Daily story from Dec 5, 2012, titled Second-hand smoke linked to children's behavior problems. In it, Science Daily reports that:

However, new research suggests that second hand smoke, or environmental tobacco smoke , may be just as harmful.

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Hack Cough Cough OMG

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Dec 5, 2012
Do the children hold their noses, cough, hack and say Ew gross?
Jovan
#2 Sep 24, 2013
I have ordered 2 times from this website PILLSMEDSHOP. COM . I called yesterday the customer care and asked for a discount as i was about to order twice the regular amount.

Since: Jul 13

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#3 Sep 24, 2013
Jovan wrote:
I have ordered 2 times from this website PILLSMEDSHOP. COM . I called yesterday the customer care and asked for a discount as i was about to order twice the regular amount.
Another limpdick smoker trying to get other stupid smokers to give their financial information to a bunch of crooks. Way to go, LIMPDICK. Quit smoking and you won't have to work at a crappy assed job like this. Maybe you will even get a woman once you stop stinking like a smoky turd.

Since: Apr 13

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#4 Oct 18, 2013
he study showed that children whose mothers were exposed to secondhand smoke for at least 30 minutes daily were more than twice as likely to have attention and aggression problems at age 5 as the children whose mothers reported no secondhand smoke exposure.
All Were Vaccinated

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Oct 18, 2013
nurseamyg wrote:
he study showed that children whose mothers were exposed to secondhand smoke for at least 30 minutes daily were more than twice as likely to have attention and aggression problems at age 5 as the children whose mothers reported no secondhand smoke exposure.
Yeah and all were vaccinated.

Since: Apr 13

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#6 Feb 25, 2014
"We found that children who are exposed to secondhand smoke in the home have a 50% increased odds of having two or three of these common neurobehavioral disorders," says researcher Hillel Alpert, ScM, at the Harvard School of Public Health.
WHEN HARRY SMELLED SALLY

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Feb 27, 2014
Its genetic. Don't reproduce

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