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Rat Poison With Your Dinner Second-hand smoke is the third largest preventable cause of death in the United States behind regular smoking and Alcohol use Cigarette smoke contains 4000 substances with 400 of them are toxins and 40 of them have been proven to cause cancer Some of the substances in cigarette smoke are arsenic rat poison lead nickel and chromium 53000 people die a year from second hand smoke Restaurant should be nonsmoking because second-hand smoke is dangerous People who dont smoke do not want to have to smell and be effected by other peoples cigarette smoke while they are eating out When people go out to eat they want to be able to take their kids to a place where they do not have to eat their food with their faces 1 cm off their plate because of too much cigarette smoke People go out to eat to enjoy them selves not to inhale second-hand smoke Even if someone isnt actually smoking the cigarette but they are around someone who is they might as well light up because they are still inhaling all the toxins The smoke that the smoke exhales is called passive smoke or second-hand smoke by inhaling this smoke you are increasing your chances to have a wonderful blood clot which can lead to heart problems Adults although effected by second-hand smoke are the least effected because there lungs are at full development Teens and kids are a different story Teens Children and infants are the most effected by second-hand smoke because of teens childrens and infants evolving tissues Second-hand smoke can cause asthma pneumonia lowers immune system and can also cause them to start smoking Infants who are around cigarette smoke are more likely to grow up with lung problems then infants who are not around cigarette smoke Teens have jobs and if they have a job at a restaurant then they probably have to
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