(CBS) -- Here's more reason to keep your children away from secondhand smoke. A new study finds kids are more likely to become smokers if they're around people who light up.
A second report shows children exposed to secondhand smoke are fifty percent more likely to develop disorders like A-D-H-D or learning disabilities.
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