Pneumonia: Infants whose are exposed to secondhand smoke are more likely to be hospitalized for pneumonia during their first year of life than babies who live in non-smoking households. Smoking is also linked to infections of the lower respiratory tract (the lungs and lower airways) in infants under 18 months, which can require hospitalization. Exposure to secondhand smoke also increases the child's risk for developing lung cancer in the future.


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