Smoking parents more than double their children's asthma symptoms

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Smoking parents more than double their children's asthma symptoms

Washington , January 05, 2005

Parents should quit smoking if their children suffer from asthma, as second hand smoke can prove to be fatal, a new study has revealed.

According to the study, children whose parents smoke are twice as likely to have asthma symptoms all year long than children of non-smoking parents.

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