passive smokingThe smoke that is expelled to the air by a smoker is called a passive smoke. The inhalation of Passive Smoke is very dangerous to the health and is a very significant public health hazard.

Passive Smoke contains about four thousand chemicals that are harmful to health. Most of these chemicals are carcinogens and other toxins that have been scientifically proved to cause various diseases in human and even animal. These chemical are Hydrogen, cyanide, Carbon Monoxide, Acetaldehyde, Benzene, Ammonia, etc.

Diseases caused by these chemicals include Cancer of the Lung, Cancer of the Kidney, Cancer of the Breast, Cancer of the Bladder, etc.Exposure to Passive Smoke can lead to Respiratory diseases like Chronic Bronchitis, Coronary Artery Diseases, Stroke, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Aggravation of Asthma in children, etc. Particularly, those people at the risk of passive smoke are people that hang out in bars and restaurants, children and pregnant women.
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