Second-hand smoking poorly affects teenagers

Indirect smoking affects teenagers badly in the developing worlds. According to a study conducted in 131 countries, about fifty-six percent of the teenagers of the 13-15 age groups suffer badly from second hand smoking.

The study conducted by the US and Canadian public health groups under World health organization concluded that the threatening level of exposing of teenagers to nicotine needs some major policies and its urgent implementation.

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