They have passed what they have been learning onto parents and family members, with the ultimate hope we can lessen the harm second-hand smoke
causes around Grangetown.
He advised those wishing to quit smoking to also avoid inhaling second-hand smoke
, which can be as bad as smoking itself.
He said that second-hand smoke
is the smoke that fills restaurants, offices or other enclosed spaces when people burn tobacco products such as cigarettes and water pipes.
It will not only be a good gift to ourselves to maintain good health but also to show care for your loved ones by protecting them from second-hand smoke
," said New Vois Association of the Philippines (NVAP) President Emer Rojas.
With the effects of second-hand smoke
having serious consequences for a child s health, Public Health Minister Maureen Watt today highlighted that it is never safe to smoke in the home or car as the next phase of the Take it Right Outside campaign got underway.
If my story stops one more dog, cat or other pet dying from the effects of second-hand smoke
then it's been worth telling.
There is also evidence from the primary school survey that inequalities in children's exposure to second-hand smoke
remains, so we will press ahead with plans to ban people smoking in cars carrying children.
All of their mothers were non-smokers, but twenty-nine percent (175) were exposed to second-hand smoke
Clift said that research pointed out that many of the more than 4000 chemicals in second-hand smoke
lingered long after cigarettes were put out, sticking to surfaces and damaging human DNA in a way that could potentially cause cancer.
contains more than 4,000 harmful chemicals including arsenic, carbon monoxide and formaldehyde.
The combination of mainstream and sidestream smoke is called second-hand smoke
(SHS) or environmental tobacco smoke (ETS).
Research by the Royal College of Physicians says that more than 80 per cent of second-hand smoke
is invisible and odourless - but contains harmful cancer-causing toxins and poisons.
Fresh Start Wales aims to reduce children's exposure to second-hand smoke
The Government will today launch an advertising campaign on the "hidden dangers" of second-hand smoke
to young children.
CHILDREN from across Yorkshire are to help with a scheme that could see their exposure to second-hand smoke