Parental smoking and asthma and allergies has linked problems in children, and mothers who smoke during pregnancy, her baby also put at risk for SIDS.The results are from a combination of 61 previous studies. While not not that passive smoking causes ear infections, suggested the researchers, if this is the case, hundreds of thousands of ear infections can to parental smoking each year.
Taken together, the studies showed that children living with a smoker 37 % 37 % higher risk for every ‘middle ear disease,’such as ear infections and hearing loss and a 62 % higher risk when the budget was smoking her mother? ‘It is for children who live in families with smokers who do not get to, ear infections,’said Kathleen Daly, ear infections study at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. But living with a smoker ‘definitely brings the child at a higher risk,’she told Reuters Health.‘One explanation could that patients who have surgical wound or intravenously lines of allow of MRSA a route concerning the movement and invasion which would non or else exists, ‘added Dr.