• Study raises new alarm over long-term exposure to second-hand smoke

    27 days ago - By ScienceDaily

    Chronic exposure to second-hand smoke results in lower body weight and cognitive impairments that more profoundly affects males, according to new research in mice. The research examined daily exposure of 62 mice over a period of 10 months. Researchers used a specially designed 'smoking robot' that went through a pack of cigarettes a day in ventilated laboratory space. The longest previous study of this kind lasted three months.
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