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Second-Hand Smoke More Dangerous to Young Women and Girls

We all know that secondhand smoke can have deadly effects on non-smokers. But a new study found that girls are more prone to health risks from it than boys. Researchers in Australia found that girls who grew up in smoking homes had lower levels of good cholesterol than their male counterparts, reported Time.com.


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