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... Many of the health effects associated with active smoking have been evaluated ~ studies of nonsmokers exposed to ETS. These include: acute, noxious sensory irritation; nonmalignant respiratory Hymn tams and disease; decrease in pulmonary function; lung and other cancers; cardiovascular disease; relative growth, ear infections in children; and low birthweight of chilciren of nonsmoking women.
From page 164...
... Individuals with chronic disease that compromise the cardiovascular system, such as patients with a history of angina pectoris, are at a high risk for developing abnormal cardiovascular responses following exposure. Chapter 15 considers evidence that a number of other health effects are linked to ETS exposure in children of smokers, including lower relative growth, frequency of ear infections, and low birthweight (with nonsmoking pregnant mothers)
From page 165...
... Epidemiology and Air Pollution. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1985.
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