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[Finland] Carotid plaque in adulthood after childhood exposure to parental smoking

“Exposure to parental smoking early in life has an irreversible effect on arterial health in adulthood,” state the investigators in the Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study. However, “parents who are unable to give up smoking can nonetheless lessen th
Nature
added Apr 14, 2015 17:18
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[Finland] Kids exposure to secondhand smoke tied to clogged arteries | Reuters

In a Finnish study spanning 26 years, kids exposed to parental smoking were more likely to develop plaque in their carotid arteries as young adults than kids who were not exposed to secondhand smoke.
Reuters
added Mar 23, 2015 18:52
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[Finland, UK] Passive smoking 'damages children's arteries'

Simon Clark, director of the smokers' group Forest, said: "We must avoid scaremongering because damage to arteries could be caused by a number of factors including poor diet and other forms of air pollution.
BBC Online
added Mar 5, 2014 16:15
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[Finland] Philip Morris fights bill for new Finnish tobacco law

Tobacco company appeals to Chancellor of Justice
Helsingin Sanomat (fi)
added Jan 10, 2012 00:00
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[Finland] Cigarettes in Denmark: New research report available at Fast Market Research

PR Insider (at)
added Aug 11, 2011 00:00
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New Market Research Report: Smoking Tobacco in Finland

PR Insider (at)
added Aug 9, 2011 00:00
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[Finland] Secondhand smoke raises risk of hardened arteries among 13-year-olds

American Heart Association rapid access journal report
EurekAlert
added Mar 3, 2010 00:00
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[Finland] MedlinePlus: Teen male smokers at high risk for future suicide

Reuters
added Jun 8, 2007 00:00
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[Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania] Trends in smoking in Baltic countries, Finland and Russia (doc)

Filter (hu)
added Dec 17, 2003 00:00
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[Finland] Smoke-free babies as a goal: 15% of pregnant Finns still smoke

Expectant mothers smoke more in Finland than in the other Nordic countries, and the southern city of Hämeenlinna has decided to do something about it. Carbon monoxide monitors are now a routine part of maternity clinic visits there.
YLE24 (fi)
added Apr 10, 2017 15:22
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