Infants suffer from second-hand smoke

Here’s an eye-opener for all you smokers with kids:

Scientists have detected cancer-causing chemicals associated with tobacco smoke in the urine of infants whose parents smoke . . .

. . . They also hypothesize that it might not be enough simply to stop smoking in the presence of babies, since NNAL and nicotine could potentially cling to dust and the surfaces of household objects.

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  • Anonymous

    Could be a good link to send to 20/20. In a program last Friday Stossel denied any harm from second-hand smoke. Needless to say he is hardly an expert. Yet people believe what they see on TV.