More than forty of these compounds cause the occurrence of cancer.
Nicotine, carbon dioxide, cyanide, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, arsenic and other compounds are contained in tobacco smoke.
There are many reasons for the restriction on smoking in public places.
The most important of them are a concern for the health of the non-smokers, as well as help the smokers quit smoking.
The government of many countries establishes care programsfor its citizens.
Sometimes it is necessary to protect one group of people from another.
There are lots of examples when a mother holds the baby with one hand and a cigarette with the other one.
It is relevant to argue if a society has to take smoking as the norm, or governments’ laws have no weight.
A passive smoker can be anyone in the same room with a smoker, which is dangerous for the non-smoker’s health.
Most often, a passive smoker can be in public places such as parks, stadiums, cafes, restaurants, and others.