The association between secondhand smoke and sleep‐disordered breathing in children: A systematic review

@article{Jara2015TheAB,
  title={The association between secondhand smoke and sleep‐disordered breathing in children: A systematic review},
  author={Sebastian M Jara and James R. Benke and Sandra Y. Lin and Stacey L. Ishman},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2015},
  volume={125}
}
To systematically review existing literature on the association between secondhand smoke and sleep‐disordered breathing in children. 
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