Passive Smoking - A Guide to Stop Smoking
Passive smoking is defined as ‘second hand smoke’ or ‘the breathing in of another person’s smoke’. There is a great deal of controversy surrounding this issue which focuses upon the presumed danger to one’s health caused by second hand smoke.
Anti-smoking campaigners claim that there is clear evidence to show that passive smoking increases the risk of cancer or heart disease.
But proponents of smoking argue that people who inhale another person’s smoke are at no greater risk of these diseases.
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