Researchers at Columbia University tested the lung function of 250,000 volunteers, including light smokers, heavy smokers who smoke up to 30 cigarettes a day, former smokers and non-smokers. It turned out that regardless of whether we smoke a few or several dozen cigarettes a day, lung function decreases at a similar rate. The study was published in “The Lancet Respiratory Medicine”.
The editorial board recommends:
- Children who live with a smoker are more likely to miss lessons
- Smoking during pregnancy weakens the baby’s immunity
- Third-hand tobacco smoke can also be harmful to your health
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