This would mean that fewer non-smokers would be forced to ingest it.By doing so, we could make a safer environment for people as a whole.Smoking not only has its effects on people, but also on the environment.
I think it is still necessary to continue decreasing the level until it has reached the absolute minimum.
Banning public smoking would more than likely cause a decrease in exposure to second-hand smoke.
But I know that this smoke is extremely dangerous to us.
Second-hand smoke contains over 7,000 chemicals including about 70 that can cause cancer.
This is absolutely not healthy for anybody to be exposed to.
The scary part about second-hand smoke is the fact that there is no way to be exposed to it “risk-free”.
This is known as second-hand smoke, the smoke produced from a cigarette or the smoke exhaled by a smoker. According to the Center for Disease Control, one in every four Americans that doesn't smoke is exposed to second-hand smoke.
Also, two in every five children are exposed, that's about 13 students in this classroom alone.
Unfortunately, he was cleaning near a group of his coworkers that were on their “smoke break”.
Shortly after he returned inside, he started having trouble breathing.