These changes start increasing the chance of lung cells becoming cancerous.
Did you know that a person breathing in another person’s smoke can suffer many of the same health consequences? Learn about secondhand smoke in the September/October 2017 newsletter.
This new study may suggest that secondhand smoke can cause lasting damage to human fetal lung cells.
A new study suggests that secondhand smoke may affect the immune system of women later in life.
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A recent study revealed that parents who don’t smoke around their kids aren’t doing enough to protect them.
Indiana’s flunking out of the American Lung Association’s school of tobacco control. Ouch.
Think twice before you light up in front of Fluffy.