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Is second hand smoke bad for your health?

Secondhand smoke is bad for your health! Exposure to the toxins in secondhand smoke can cause asthma, cancer and other serious problems! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Anh Reply:

    Smoking is Bad for Your Long-term Health. The U.S. Secondhand smoke also causes cancers and respiratory diseases in both children and adults. In fact Source:http://www.ehow.com/list_5481530_reasons-smoking-bad.html

  2. Avril Reply:

    Nov 14, 2011 The more secondhand smoke you are exposed to, the higher the level of these that are not smoke-free know that SHS is harmful to your family’s health. but there is no proof that going smoke-free is bad for business.

  3. Alayna Reply:

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  4. Bao Reply:

    Second hand smoke is the smoke an individual inhales even if he or she is not a smoker themselves. People who inhale second hand some unfortunately can still get cancer and other health issues that smokers get. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Addictions/what_is_second_hand_smoke

  5. Yahaira Reply:

    Actually the person who inhales the second hand smoke has more of a risk to get lung cancer then the person who is doing the smoking. So avoid second hand smoke at all cost. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Addictions/how_bad_is_second_hand_smoke

  6. Nena Reply:

    Second hand smoke is bad because the person is breathing in the smoke. It’s just as bad as smoking. They are inhaling the chemicals from a cigarette, which can cause cancer and other diseases. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Addictions/why_is_second_hand_smoke_bad

  7. Maribel Reply:

    The person who is smoking the cigarette has 100% of the smoke going into their lungs! Part of the nicotine and tar are trapped by the lungs and the rest is exhaled! The exhaled smoke is diluted by the surrounding air before reaching other people!If you add in the carbon dioxide that a person exhales, it would make the air more polluted but you are going to have carbon dioxide in the air whenever you are near a person breathing (regardless of whether or not they smoke)!Smoking a cigarette is worse for your health than second hand smoke due to the fact that the smoke has been filtered and diluted by the lungs of the smoker and the surrounding air! Also remember that the smoker is also breathing second hand smoke along with the smoke from the cigarette!

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