Second-hand smoke affects bladder function in children, study suggests

Second-hand smoke affects bladder function in children, study suggests
Children with mothers who smoke are at even higher-risk for developing health disorders.Medical researchers have shown that second-hand cigarette smoke was associated with moderate to severe irritative bladder symptoms in children.

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