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Synonyms for smoke

fumes

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cigarette

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smoulder

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puff on

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preserve

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go up in smoke

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a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

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a hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion

an indication of some hidden activity

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something with no concrete substance

tobacco leaves that have been made into a cylinder

the act of smoking tobacco or other substances

(baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity

inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes

emit a cloud of fine particles

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According to David Gundersen, executive director of the WTCB, "The Burden of Tobacco Report reminds us that second-hand smoke severely impacts the lives of Wisconsin residents.
The wide disparity between the percentage of children detected with second-hand smoke exposure (60.
The team led by Martins-Green found that the mice exposed to third-hand smoke in the lab showed alterations in multiple organ systems and excreted levels of a tobacco-specific carcinogen similar to those found in children exposed to second-hand smoke (and consequently to third-hand smoke).
It has also indicated that second-hand smoke can lead to serious illnesses such as meningitis and babies face an increased risk of cot death.
The introduction of legislation is supported by health organisations, including the British Lung Foundation and the British Medical Association, who say we need to do all we can to protect children from second-hand smoke.
Karen Forrest, 34, from Newcastle, quit smoking in 2007 to protect her children from the dangers of breathing in second-hand smoke.
Dr Anur Guhan, consultant respiratory physician at James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, said breathing problems from second-hand smoke are common.
Children are particularly at risk from second-hand smoke, especially in vehicles where a confined space means there is no respite from the harm of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes.
In the Northern region, some of our most vulnerable workers are being exposed to second-hand smoke during their employment.
Deborah Arnott, of Action on Smoking and Health (Ash), said: "This report shows Britain's leading medical experts have concluded that second-hand smoke is a serious risk to public health.
Second-hand smoke increases the risk of respiratory tract infections like bronchitis and pneumonia.
If you're subjected to second-hand smoke for a prolonged period, your risk of contracting the disease will rise considerably - even if you've never lit up in your life.
This is a serious health issue and all of us need to ensure that children are not exposed to the poisons in second-hand smoke.
Albino, who has over thirty years of experience in cancer research and public health at organizations such as The American Health Foundation and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, added, "It is reasonable to expect that Omni will reduce exposure to a number of potent tobacco toxins and quite possibly reduce harm to both smokers and those exposed to second-hand smoke.
Convicted murderer Garrison Johnson and convicted rapist Isaac Nicholas claim second-hand smoke has been a problem behind bars - not just in them - and they want at least $10,000 in damages from Brown & Williamson and R.