A new study finds elevated rates of lung cancer occurring in a group of people you might not think would be at high risk.
FOX's Colleen Cappon has the story in today's "Housecall For Health":
Alarming new research finds that lung cancer rates are increasing among non-smokers. A study from the French College of Respiratory Physicians shows the deadly disease has increased 4% in non-smoking men and more than 8% in non-smoking women. The cases have also shown a rise in severity. Scientists say a possible increase is exhaust fumes from diesel engines, which were recently classified as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization.
Housecall For Health. I'm Colleen Cappon, FOX News Radio.