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Looking for more evidence that smoking cigarettes isn't just bad for you, but also for everyone around you? Look no further than Brazil. A new study shows that the number of child deaths in the country dropped significantly following a full ban on smoking in public places. The study—by Imperial College London and the Brazilian National Cancer Institute—estimates that by strengthening their anti-tobacco policies between 2000 and 2016, Brazil managed to keep over 15,000 premature child deaths from occurring.

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