Health experts say antioxidants help protect the body against cell damage.
The U.S. /*Environmental Protection Agency*/ has said children are especially vulnerable to the effects of secondhand smoke because they are still developing physically, with higher breathing rates than adults.
/*Secondhand smoke*/ causes some 3,000 lung cancer deaths per year in nonsmokers, and can trigger asthma in children, as well as increase the risk of /*Sudden Infant Death Syndrome*/.
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