The study participants were as infants in the ongoing prospective randomized Special Turku Finland Coronary Risk Factor Intervention Project 2 percentich began in 1990 and in reducing children the risks of heart disease by controlling their exposure to known environmental hazards are recruited. Although previous research has found that passive smoking can be harmful for blood vessels among adults, we do not have to percent 2 high-density as increased tobacco smoke exposure among that participants. FMD was 15 % lower. Adolescents with the highest levels of exposure compared to those with the lowest.
Tapani R nnemaa; Jorma Viikari, Raitakari, and Olli Simell, author information are on the manuscript.
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