"...even a few minutes inhaling someone else's smoke harms nonsmokers, he found. And separate smoking sections, even the best ventilated ones, don't protect enough. Carmona called for completely smoke-free buildings and public places to lessen what he termed "involuntary smoking."So the discussion is over, except from the tobacco companies. Now it is just a case of outlawing smoking in all public places and educating the ones who smoke at home. The latter should include helping everyone who is hooked on smoking break the addiction.
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
The U.S. Surgeon General released a report that says there is no safe level of second-hand smoke.
Posted by Richard at 8:24 PM