Secondhand smoke—also known as environmental tobacco smoke—is a mixture of gases and fine particles that includes—
• Smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar, pipe tip or hookah
• Smoke that has been exhaled or breathed out by the person or people smoking
• At least 250 toxic chemicals, including more than 50 that can cause cancer
Most exposure to secondhand smoke occurs in homes and workplaces. Secondhand smoke exposure also continues to occur in public places such as restaurants and bars and in private vehicles. To learn more about protecting your health and the health of your loved ones click here.
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