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A cross-sectional study among older adults (>65 years old) looked at the association of exposure to second hand smoke in the home with chronic

A cross-sectional study among older adults (>65 years old) looked at the association of exposure to second hand smoke in the home with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and found an odds ratio of 1.9. How would you interpret these results?choose one



The odds of having COPD among those exposed to second hand smoke is 1.9 times lower than that of those not exposed to second hand smoke.


The odds of having COPD among those exposed to second hand smoke is significantly higher than that of those NOT exposed to second hand smoke.


The odds of having COPD among those exposed to second hand smoke is 1.9 times higher than that of those NOT exposed to second hand smoke.


The odds of having COPD is essentially the same among those exposed to second hand smoke and those not exposed.

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