Ever have to share an elevator with someone reeking of smoke? Well scientific evidence now reveals that this thirdhand smoke is deadly. Even if you’re smoking outside, toxins cling to your clothes and hair, making you a walking toxic hazard.
These toxins linger for long, long periods of time. Consider a smoker who smokes in the house. Everything becomes a landing strip for these toxins. You are putting your children and pets, who crawl around the floor, at great risk. The reporter in this clip explains how her niece suffered an asthma attack when she hugged her father, a smoker: