Study ties secondhand smoke exposure to childhood aggression

05/22/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Children who were exposed to secondhand smoke in the womb or while they were growing up had a higher risk of displaying aggressiveness and antisocial behavior by age 10 than their unexposed peers, Canadian researchers wrote in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

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