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Study Releases New Numbers on Secondhand Smoke
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13 Sep 2016 03:15 AM EST

According to a new study, even with decreases in the number of Americans who smoke, four out of ten children are still exposed to secondhand smoke. In their study, researchers report that more than two-thirds of black children, more than one-third of white children and just under one-third of Hispanic children are exposed smoke from being around cigarettes. According to CDC, recent results show that just 15 percent of Americans smoke cigarettes, but exposure to smoke outside of personal space is to blame for the continued exposure for the most part.

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