The Epa Fingers Secondhand Smoke
Business would be wise to get active about passive smoking. An Environmental Protection Agency report scheduled for release on Jan. 7 found that secondhand smoke can cause cancer in adults and poses a health threat to children. The conclusion, by a panel of scientists, was disputed by the tobacco industry, which could face more stringent regulation of smoking in public places.
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