American Cancer Society: An Overview of Secondhand Smoke and Various Health Risks.
Surgeon General: 2006 Surgeon General’s report on “Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke.”
CDC: Fact sheet detailing the effects children, adults, and exposure by different demographical factors.
EPA: Secondhand Smoke and Asthma Triggers
EPA: Secondhand Smoke and Children:
NIDA: Moderate levels of secondhand smoke deliver nicotine to the brain
ACHA: The American College Health Association's Position Statement on Tobacco
Selected Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
- Study showing those exposed
to ETS have lower scores on a time-based memory test [Newspaper
Only completely smoke-free areas prevent the dangers of
Smoke-free areas are becoming the norm
- Evidence on the dangers of exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke
- Second hand smoke triggers nicotine cravings amongst non-smokers