Secondhand Smoke or “Passive Smoking”

Even a little secondhand smoke is harmful to other people. Nonsmokers who breathe secondhand smoke are more likely to develop lung cancer, other forms of cancer, heart disease, lung problems, and get colds or the flu more often. Secondhand smoke can even trigger heart attacks.

Cigarette Smoke imageWhat is Secondhand Smoke
Secondhand smoke is a combination of commercial tobacco smoke exhaled by a smoking person as well as the smoke produced by the burning of the commercial tobacco.

The Impact of Secondhand Smoke on Adults
Adults who regularly inhale secondhand smoke face many health risks, including cancer and heart disease.

The Impact of Secondhand Smoke on Infants and Children
Secondhand smoke can cause many childhood health issues and even death.