Thirdhand Smoke May Be Harmful, Research ShowsNo Diabetes XXL
New evidence is demonstrated that thirdhand fume, or” residual compounds left on indoor surfaces by tobacco smoke ,” could be harmful, according to The Washington Post . Research been shown that tobacco residue can be” assimilated through the scalp, ingested and inhaled months and even years after the inhale has vanished ,” the report does. Two analyses were of the view that thirdhand fume increased the risk of lung cancer, liver shatter, and diabetes in mice. Considers also suggested that smoke residue remains on storeys and walls months after people no longer inhaled in that area, and that smoking residue can seep into non-smoking areas and become airborne again in air-conditioning organisations. In reaction to the growing experiment, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a telling-off last year about the potential risks of thirdhand smoke.