Social Smokers Face Real Risks Too

Smoking, even socially, is linked to an increased risk of brain bleeding, according to a new study reported in the journal Stroke. That seems to be especially true for women, who are known to have a higher risk for brain bleeding than men. The study involved data from 65,521 people in Finland who answered survey…

via Social Smokers Face Real Risks Too — TIME

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