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11 January 2011

Smoking parents up their kid's BP

Young kids who live with a parent who smokes face an increased risk for developing high blood pressure while still children, a new study has found.

Young kids who live with a parent who smokes face an increased risk for developing high blood pressure while still children, a new study has found.

And, he added, "passive smoking is a risk factor. And an avoidable risk factor. So do not smoke because it is not healthy for you and for your children. Smoking increases your - and your children's - blood pressure."

High blood pressure from smoking

 

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