Children´s intellect

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Children exposed to the smoke of cigarettes have more problems in intellectual development, according to a study of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in the United State. Despite tough anti-smoking measures, research has found nicotine in 85% of children, more than 40% of children inhale nicotine in their own homes.  Because of this, British government launched an anti-smoking campaign aimed at young people between eleven and fifteen years. Moreover, the Dutch government issued through all media an advertising campaign reminding citizens the prohibition of smoking in public places and official buildings.

Gabriel Roselló

 

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