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Mounting evidence in recent years has made it clear that children of mothers who smoke have higher than normal risks of developing asthma, especially if the mother smokes during pregnancy.

Source:  American Cancer Society. (1999) Quitting Smoking. Atlanta, GA.


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In the past year, (ages 12 and older), Puerto Ricans were second highest at 32.7% among the 11 racial/ethnic subgroups in exhibiting prevalence of cigarette use.
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photoMy Dr said that without the bypass, I would have died in 2 weeks. Smoking is not an option for me.
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