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[UK] Scientists claim grandparents could be bad for your children's health - but Manchester parents disagree

"My dad does smoke and my mum probably does give them too much chocolate and they watch TV, but they’ve helped me loads with childcare which I would otherwise struggle to afford."
Manchester Evening News (uk)
added Nov 16, 2017 00:28
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SMOKING CIGARETTES: SMELL IN CLOTHES AND FURNITURE CAN DAMAGE BRAIN, LIVER

In the study, published in Clinical Science, researchers exposed mice to similar levels of smoke found in smokers' homes. After six months, the mice showed cell damage in their liver and brains. They also had increased cortisol levels, a weakened immune
Newsweek
added Nov 15, 2017 23:57
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Europe's 'invisible' killer, chronic lung disease

One in three MEPs signed a written declaration in 2016 ... It also called for better prevention, mainly by tackling smoking, and more "timely and accurate" diagnosis, including routine lung health and allergy tests.
EUobserver.com
added Nov 15, 2017 22:36
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[Kentucky] JOHNSON: Get serious: Snuff out smoking for good

At Hardin Memorial Health, although we have long been smoke-free, we recently had to tighten policies. Smoking and secondhand smoke impede the healing process. We are in the business of healing and must do everything we can to protect our patients, visit
Elizabethtown (KY) News-Enterprise
added Nov 15, 2017 22:29
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Trump’s pick for Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention deemed problematic by Anchorage nonprofit

“He’s worked for many industries such as Dow Agrosciences, the Koch industries...He’s even worked for the tobacco industry to justify the safety of secondhand smoke.”
Alaska Public Media
added Nov 15, 2017 22:24
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[UK] Scientists warn that grandparents may pose cancer threat to children

Dr Chambers added: "From the studies we looked at, it appears that parents often find it difficult to discuss the issues of passive smoking and over-treating grandchildren. "Given that many parents now rely on grandparents for care, the mixed messages a
Irish Independent (ie)
added Nov 15, 2017 22:20
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[UK] Grandparents risk harming health of grandchildren by giving too many treats, say health experts

“Behaviour such as exposure to smoking and regularly treating children increases cancer risks as children grow into adulthood,” said lead author Dr Stephanie Chambers. “Currently grandparents are not the focus of public health messaging targeted at pare
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Nov 15, 2017 22:03
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[UK] A systematic review of grandparents’ influence on grandchildren’s cancer risk factors [FREE FULL TEXT]

Many lifestyle patterns are established when children are young. ...For a practice such as smoking, it is during the teenage years that this habit is generally established. Smoking, diet and physical activity, along with excess weight, have been identifie
PLoS (Public Library of Science)
added Nov 15, 2017 15:22
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[UK] Indulgent grandparents 'bad for children's health'

smoking around the children, even when they had been asked not to, became an area of conflict between grandparents and parents. Conversely, in certain cases, the birth of a grandchild became a catalyst to a grandparent giving up smoking - or changing thei
BBC Online
added Nov 15, 2017 15:19
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Grandparents are posing serious health risks to children, scientists warn

They spoil their grandchildren with sweet "treats" and big helpings of fattening food, and expose their young lungs to second hand tobacco smoke, it is alleged.
The Independent (uk)
added Nov 15, 2017 03:31
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