The dangers of secondhand smoke on teens

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Fewer teenagers in the U.S. are smoking, but secondhand smoke remains a problem to their health.  Dr. Ken Haller is a SLU-Care pediatrician with SSM Health Cardinal Glennon.  He explains the results of a new study.

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