Maternal smoking habits may exacerbate lung dysfunctioning risk in later years

Maternal smoking habits may exacerbate lung dysfunctioning risk in later years

It is not easy to get rid of smoking habits. The nicotine contained in the tobacco of cigarettes lends a temporary feeling of high and relaxation, thus, inducing the smoker to continue with their smoking habits. A recent study by a group of researchers from Australia found that maternal smoking may cause breathing problems in their children many years later. This can be understood as diminishing lung function potential in children whose mothers smoke may result in alleviated functioning of the lung by the time they reach adulthood. Read more