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Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke increases risk of habitual snoring in children
eMediNexus,  16 July 2018
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Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, in particularly prenatal tobacco smoke exposure and maternal smoking, is associated with an increased risk of habitual snoring, suggests a meta-analysis of 24 studies involving more than 80,000 children published online June 15 in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.
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