A father’s smoking can cause the child to develop life-threatening diseases, new research has revealed

The warning comes in a new medical study, which found that children whose fathers were exposed to second-hand smoke as children were more likely to develop asthma. Father is a smoker Research shows that the effects of smoking are passed on from generation to generation, with a 59% increased risk of asthma in children whose fathers were exposed to cigarette smoke during childhood

The study said that not only smokers face negative effects, but their children can also face various problems. The experiment analyzed data from 1,689 men and their children.

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