— minutes, the time it takes for second-hand smoke to cause airway restriction in bystanders in smoke-filled bars and cars. Researchers warn that bystanders may be unaware of how much they are affected by second-hand smoke; while the participants didn’t report any breathing problems, their airways showed physiologic changes indicating impaired function
Presented at CHEST 2012 annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicians
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