Study says environmental tobacco smoke raises dementia risk

01/11/2013 | MedWire News (U.K.)

People who are exposed to environmental tobacco smoke have a 29% higher risk of severe dementia, according to a study of older adults in China, published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. The U.K. researchers said public health campaigns to reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke will help lower the risk of dementia.

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