Washington: People who are regularly exposed to second hand smoke may have an increased risk of dying from various causes, a new study has suggested.Researchers of the long-term study from China found that compared with adults who lived and worked in smoke-free environs, those exposed to secondhand smoke were more likely to die of heart disease or lung cancer over 17 years.
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