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Secondhand smoke may damage children’s eyes

(Reuters Health) – Secondhand smoke may damage children’s eyes and possibly lead to problems with sight later in life, new findings suggest. In a study of Chinese children, a structure in the back of the eye became increasingly thin with increasing exposure to secondhand smoke, researchers report in JAMA Ophthalmology. “Secondhand smoking exposure in children…

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