Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Passive smoking can damage to kids' arteries

Smoking is never good for human life. This is dangerous not only for the smokers but also to the non-smokers or passive smokers. Such people are punished without any crime. A research conducted at University of Tasmania again proved this point. According to this research it has been found that passive smoking in childhood can lead to irreversible damage in children's arteries. This in turn will increase the risk of heart attacks or strokes in their later life. A co-researcher Seana Gall, in cardiovascular epidemiology who led the study at the University of Tasmania explains the condition, “Exposure to passive smoke in childhood causes direct and irreversible damage to the structure of the arteries.” Experts are asking parents to avoid smoking specially when with their children. They are not only endangering their own lives but harming their kid’s life too. Rather they should limit their smoking activities and provide their kids a healthy childhood.

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