Secondhand smoke raises odds of fertility problems in women.
And here we have it, Ladies and Gents, – ANOTHER reason to quit smoking! It may diminish your chances to be a parent! Scientists have discovered that non-smoking women faced a 68 percent greater chance of having difficulty getting pregnant if they were exposed to secondhand smoke as kids. This study is published online in Tobacco Control . This study, with its "breathtaking statistics", has been skewed in favor of prohibition. The percentage of risk, of course, is paltry and hardly significant. Research Assistant, Luke Peppone acknowledges that the data is based upon self-reporting and that it is not perfect. However, he stated "Women, especially mothers have extremely accurate recall".
Nonsense. In the words of a critic of this "study:"
"I am a woman. I am a senior. I can’t remember what happened 50 years ago or 20 years ago. And to blow the other research out of the water, it must be noted that fertility or lack of it was never my problem – eye contact was all that was needed for me to become pregnant. And that’s why I had 5 kids. A smoker since age 12."
These studies are bended, twisted, cherry-picked and churned out in order to provide a shifty livelihood for the authors who whore for the pharmaceuticals in the background who pull their strings.