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JOURNAL #3 - Kelsey Seilhamer Professor Callahan English...

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Kelsey Seilhamer Professor Callahan English 111 18 September 2018 Secondhand Smoking Breathing in smoke from someone else is just as bad as smoking yourself. Secondhand smoking can be very dangerous, it has been responsible for lung cancer deaths up to 3,000 and about 10,000 deaths for heart disease. Children exposed to secondhand smoking are exposed to major health problems in the future. According to the Pediatric Association they can develop, ear infections, bronchitis, tooth decay and are more like to wheeze, get sore throat, obtain headaches and have a hard time recovering from an illness. Children with these type of medical problem are have greater risk from having a serious attack and end up into the emergency room. Children can be exposed to life threatening health issues. Second hand smoking can be found anywhere, even if children do not have smokers in their home. It can accumulate in dust, object and on clothing of smokers. Adults should not let their children be around smoking areas even if no one is smoking there at the time. Smoke can
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