Have you ever tried catching your breath inhaling something unexpected.... Second hand smoke is smoke they have breathed in from other people's cigarettes.
[tags: Contaminated Air, second hand smoke, ] - The Effects of Second Hand Smoke Did you know that 3,000 American non-smokers will die this year from lung cancer. It is also known as involuntary or passive smoking.
As of right now, countless people are being poisoned from the effects of second hand smoking.
Many people have heard or seen the effects of smoking and yet they still do it. There should be certain areas where smokers can go that won’t affect others because it’s a nuisance and cause unrepairable damage to everyone.
A: There are some 4000 known chemicals in tobacco smoke; at least 250 of them are known to be harmful and more than 50 are known to cause cancer in humans.
Tobacco smoke in enclosed spaces is breathed in by everyone, exposing smokers and nonsmokers alike to its harmful effects.Smoking in public exposes a variety of people whose age very from young to old and infirm to the smoke of cigarettes when they are outside....[tags: smoking, cigarettes, tobacco] - Most of us already know about the dangers of smoking and inhaling secondhand smoke.But now, new findings reveal that we are not safe from carcinogens coming from tobacco, just because we do not inhale visible smoke directly.Scientist have found that residual nicotine, as well as other chemicals, left on various surfaces long after cigarette smoke has been cleared from the air, consists of thirdhand smoke.Many countries around the world have already introduced laws to protect people from exposure to tobacco smoke in public places.Celebrations around the globe on World No Tobacco Day (31 May) encourage more people and more countries to go smoke-free.This mixture of toxic chemicals continue to float in the air, cling to clothes, hair, carpets, furniture and most surfaces, and pose a threat to health even when the smoker has left the room....[tags: second hand smoke, smoking] - Did you know that you could easily be a victim of breathing toxic fumes and having cancer.Around 700 million children, or almost half of the world's total, breathe air polluted by tobacco smoke.Over 40% of children have at least one smoking parent.