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Introduction: It is reported that Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York pointed out in a report on August 26 that: tobacco smoke will increase the probability of children鈥檚 teeth appearing hollow by almost two. Times. China Electronic Cigarette News: Studies have found that cigarettes inhibit children's body resistance to bacterial infections, making them more likely to develop colds, earaches, dental caries and other diseases. Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York, USA, pointed out in a report on August 26 that: the smoke of tobacco will almost double the probability of cavities in children鈥檚 teeth. Studies have found that children's passive inhalation of second-hand smoke can increase their blood levels of cotinine (pyridylpyracine). This causes more holes in the children's deciduous or permanent teeth. Cotinine is a by-product of nicotine. The results of this study give a new piece of evidence that children's passive smoking is harmful. All children should grow up in a smoke-free environment. The research report was published in the weekly magazine of the American Medical Association. Researchers studied more than 3,500 children between the ages of 4 and 11. The conclusion is that if the smoky environment is swept around the child, one-quarter of the children鈥檚 deciduous teeth can be relieved of the trouble of dental cavity. On the other hand, most people know that children who eat too many sweets can damage their teeth. A kind of bacteria is often passed to the child through the mother's kiss, and will produce lactic acid in the mouth. This lactic acid will erode the teeth. A child鈥檚 deciduous teeth are usually very fragile because the enamel on the deciduous teeth is very thin. Saliva in the mouth can neutralize lactic acid, but passive smoking can cause inflammation of the child's throat, forced to breathe through the mouth, thereby reducing saliva.Introduction: It is reported that Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York pointed out in a report on August 26 that: tobacco smoke will increase the probability of children鈥檚 teeth appearing hollow by almost two. Times. China Electronic Cigarette News: Studies have found that cigarettes inhibit children's body resistance to bacterial infections, making them more likely to develop colds, earaches, dental caries and other diseases. Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York, USA, pointed out in a report on August 26 that: the smoke of tobacco will almost double the probability of cavities in children鈥檚 teeth. Studies have found that children's passive inhalation of second-hand smoke can increase their blood levels of cotinine (pyridylpyracine). This causes more holes in the children's deciduous or permanent teeth. Cotinine is a by-product of nicotine. The results of this study give a new piece of evidence that children's passive smoking is harmful. All children should grow up in a smoke-free environment. The research report was published in the weekly magazine of the American Medical Association. Researchers studied more than 3,500 children between the ages of 4 and 11. The conclusion is that if the smoky environment is swept around the child, one-quarter of the children鈥檚 deciduous teeth can be relieved of the trouble of dental cavity. On the other hand, most people know that children who eat too many sweets can damage their teeth. A kind of bacteria is often passed to the child through the mother's kiss, and will produce lactic acid in the mouth. This lactic acid will erode the teeth. A child鈥檚 deciduous teeth are usually very fragile because the enamel on the deciduous teeth is very thin. Saliva in the mouth can neutralize lactic acid, but passive smoking can cause inflammation of the child's throat, forced to breathe through the mouth, thereby reducing saliva.

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Introduction: It is reported that Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York pointed out in a report on August 26 that: tobacco smoke will increase the probability of children鈥檚 teeth appearing hollow by almost two. Times. China Electronic Cigarette News: Studies have found that cigarettes inhibit children's body resistance to bacterial infections, making them more likely to develop colds, earaches, dental caries and other diseases. Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York, USA, pointed out in a report on August 26 that: the smoke of tobacco will almost double the probability of cavities in children鈥檚 teeth. Studies have found that children's passive inhalation of second-hand smoke can increase their blood levels of cotinine (pyridylpyracine). This causes more holes in the children's deciduous or permanent teeth. Cotinine is a by-product of nicotine. The results of this study give a new piece of evidence that children's passive smoking is harmful. All children should grow up in a smoke-free environment. The research report was published in the weekly magazine of the American Medical Association. Researchers studied more than 3,500 children between the ages of 4 and 11. The conclusion is that if the smoky environment is swept around the child, one-quarter of the children鈥檚 deciduous teeth can be relieved of the trouble of dental cavity. On the other hand, most people know that children who eat too many sweets can damage their teeth. A kind of bacteria is often passed to the child through the mother's kiss, and will produce lactic acid in the mouth. This lactic acid will erode the teeth. A child鈥檚 deciduous teeth are usually very fragile because the enamel on the deciduous teeth is very thin. Saliva in the mouth can neutralize lactic acid, but passive smoking can cause inflammation of the child's throat, forced to breathe through the mouth, thereby reducing saliva.

United States: Second-hand smoke increases the risk of dental caries in children

United States: Second-hand smoke increases the risk of dental caries in children

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Introduction: It is reported that Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York pointed out in a report on August 26 that: tobacco smoke will increase the probability of children鈥檚 teeth appearing hollow by almost two. Times. China Electronic Cigarette News: Studies have found that cigarettes inhibit children's body resistance to bacterial infections, making them more likely to develop colds, earaches, dental caries and other diseases. Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York, USA, pointed out in a report on August 26 that: the smoke of tobacco will almost double the probability of cavities in children鈥檚 teeth. Studies have found that children's passive inhalation of second-hand smoke can increase their blood levels of cotinine (pyridylpyracine). This causes more holes in the children's deciduous or permanent teeth. Cotinine is a by-product of nicotine. The results of this study give a new piece of evidence that children's passive smoking is harmful. All children should grow up in a smoke-free environment. The research report was published in the weekly magazine of the American Medical Association. Researchers studied more than 3,500 children between the ages of 4 and 11. The conclusion is that if the smoky environment is swept around the child, one-quarter of the children鈥檚 deciduous teeth can be relieved of the trouble of dental cavity. On the other hand, most people know that children who eat too many sweets can damage their teeth. A kind of bacteria is often passed to the child through the mother's kiss, and will produce lactic acid in the mouth. This lactic acid will erode the teeth. A child鈥檚 deciduous teeth are usually very fragile because the enamel on the deciduous teeth is very thin. Saliva in the mouth can neutralize lactic acid, but passive smoking can cause inflammation of the child's throat, forced to breathe through the mouth, thereby reducing saliva.

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Introduction: It is reported that Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York pointed out in a report on August 26 that: tobacco smoke will increase the probability of children鈥檚 teeth appearing hollow by almost two. Times. China Electronic Cigarette News: Studies have found that cigarettes inhibit children's body resistance to bacterial infections, making them more likely to develop colds, earaches, dental caries and other diseases. Dr. Andrew · Errigin of the Center for Child Health Research at the University of Lochester in New York, USA, pointed out in a report on August 26 that: the smoke of tobacco will almost double the probability of cavities in children鈥檚 teeth. Studies have found that children's passive inhalation of second-hand smoke can increase their blood levels of cotinine (pyridylpyracine). This causes more holes in the children's deciduous or permanent teeth. Cotinine is a by-product of nicotine. The results of this study give a new piece of evidence that children's passive smoking is harmful. All children should grow up in a smoke-free environment. The research report was published in the weekly magazine of the American Medical Association. Researchers studied more than 3,500 children between the ages of 4 and 11. The conclusion is that if the smoky environment is swept around the child, one-quarter of the children鈥檚 deciduous teeth can be relieved of the trouble of dental cavity. On the other hand, most people know that children who eat too many sweets can damage their teeth. A kind of bacteria is often passed to the child through the mother's kiss, and will produce lactic acid in the mouth. This lactic acid will erode the teeth. A child鈥檚 deciduous teeth are usually very fragile because the enamel on the deciduous teeth is very thin. Saliva in the mouth can neutralize lactic acid, but passive smoking can cause inflammation of the child's throat, forced to breathe through the mouth, thereby reducing saliva.

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