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Scientists have known for years that second hand smoke has an effect on the health of children and non-smokers living with the smoker.  It is common knowledge that second hand smoke can take a toll on a child’s respiratory system, amongst other health problems.

Now, researchers are finding that second hand smoke can affect a child’s brain.  Learning disabilities, attention deficit and conduct disorders are found to be linked to second hand smoke.

Read more about the study here.