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Is second hand smoke as harmful as smoking?
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I used to be a long time smoker before I was diagnosed with lung cancer. Obviously I had to break my habit, and I am happy to report that I have not touched a cigarette since. However my friends still smoke, and sometimes I am in their vicinity, exposing me to the fumes, evn if I try to avoid it. How bad is it to be exposed to some fumes sometimes, taking into consideration that I stopped smoking completely?
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Thank you for opening this very important discussion. The harmful effects of smoking are well documented and second hand smoking is no different. It is always better to maintain a fair distance away wile they are smoking.
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What do you think about second hand smoking and its negative effects? How do you actively try to avoid smoking or fumes from smoking?
Eager to hear your thoughts in the comments!
Wishing you a great day,
Rahul from the Carenity team
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