Adverse circulatory effects of passive smoking during infancy: surprisingly strong, manifest early, easily avoided.

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AIM To compare blood pressure reactions (BPR) of infants to mild stress for evidence of adverse cardiovascular effects of passive exposure to tobacco smoke during pregnancy and early infancy. METHODS An observational field study conducted in Crete. We compared 4- to 6-month olds of lifelong nonsmokers minimally (controls, n = 9) or frequently exposed to… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/apa.12538

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