Sunday, June 5, 2011

Thirdhand Smoke Poses a Real Danger

Secondhand smoke kills an estimated 50,000 Americans a year. We don't know yet how many are lost to thirdhand smoke, the residue that smoke leaves on furniture, drapes, walls, clothing, food and dust but it is clear that it is a problem.

Hundreds of carcinogens and other toxic chemicals are in tobacco.

When staying in a hotel room or renting a car, insist on a smoke-free one and keep both you and your family out of danger.

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