Cigarettes may cause Alabama drug injuries, including mental illness
June 10th, 2010|
June 10, 2010
Everyone knows about cigarettes and the potential for Alabama drug injuries associated with smoking and secondhand smoke, but what about mental illness?
According to NBC13, cigarettes may have a connection with drug injuries such as mental illness. In a study, those who were exposed to the most secondhand smoke were more likely to suffer Alabama drug injuries such as psychological problems.
The risk for Alabama drug injuries such as psychological problems was low overall, but secondhand smokers were also more likely to be hospitalized for mental conditions than those exposed to less secondhand smoke.
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