Most people are aware of the harms of second- and third-hand smoke from tobacco (‘passive smoking’), but what do we know about passive vaping? This month I decided to see what the evidence says. Click on the thumbnail to read the summaries of four recent research papers that shed light on this topic, including:
The key take home message for TIS is that the health risks of passive vaping should not be underestimated. Homes and cars should be vape-free, as well as smoke-free, to protect children and adults from exposure to harmful second- and third-hand aerosol.
For more of Connie the Clever Cockie’s updates, visit the Tobacco Control News page.
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