Secondhand Smoke Put Kids At Risk To Asthma
08. April 2012
Parents who smokes better kick that habit now.
A recent medical study has shown that secondhand smoke or smokes coming from smokers could caused asthma to children. Medical researchers said their study had officially proved that smoking causes asthma to kids, but their findings suggest it could actor, Hollywood actor, actor in the film, television actor, movie actor.
Dr. Harold J. Farber, who studies smoking exposure and asthma at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston explained kids’ lungs may be weaker when they’re exposed to smoke in the womb, and asthma drugs may not work as well in those children. Farber said to keep babies and children away from asthma it is better that secondhand smoke be keep away from them.
The researchers got their data by analyzing more than 70 studies published between 1997 and 2011, regarding the link of smoking parents to the asthma problem of their kids. Based on their study they discovered that when mothers smoked while they were pregnant, their kids were 28 to 52 percent more likely to suffer asthma.
They also discovered that asthma symptoms was greatest in babies and toddlers, who were 85 percent more likely to have asthma if they were exposed to smoke in the womb. We hoped after the release of this medical findings, smoking parents should now start kicking their unhealthy habit for the sake of their children.