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Even secondhand smoke leaves a residue on walls and building exteriors, says David Brauer, owner of PuroClean, a cleaning service in Walpole.
The estimate doesn’t include illnesses related to secondhand smoke, such as childhood asthma or premature births to mothers who smoke.
There was a case in Broward County in 2005 where the judge ruled that secondhand smoke was a nuisance and ordered the smoker to stop.
Your city or town may have enacted secondhand smoke ordinances that may assist.
Already some research in rats has shown that exposure to secondhand smoke generated from marijuana affects the arteries in ways similar to tobacco smoke.
Nutrition, physical activity, or even secondhand smoke — which wasn’t recognized in the 1940s — can affect a person’s baseline risk for disease.
Unlike secondhand smoke, which lasts for only a short time after a cigarette is consumed, thirdhand smoke can linger in the environment by sticking to clothing, upholstery, walls and other surfaces.
Steer clear of tobacco and secondhand smoke; eliminate unnecessary contact with hormone disruptors in plastics, personal care products and receipts; avoid pesticides; and dodge air pollution (exercise indoors on days with poor air quality). 6.
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SECONDHAND SMOKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of secondhand smoke for English Language Learners
: smoke from a cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc., that can be inhaled by people who are near the person who is smoking
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