Thirdhand smoke: a new tobacco hazard for families

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By BethAnn Cameron
U.S. Army Public Health Command

Have you ever noticed the smell of cigarette smoke in an area where no one appears to be smoking, or the lingering smell of cigarettes in a hotel room previously occupied by smokers? Cigarette smoke clings to hair, clothing, cushions, carpeting, furniture and toys after a cigarette is put out. It also clings to food and dust.

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