Not as “lifestyle” another disease, which may increase due to the choice of authors, the victims of this (passive smoking) have to pay very high prices due to the behavior of others, especially family members .
Among those who are non-smokers in the world, 40 percent of children, 35 percent of women and 33 percent of men exposed to snuff consumption in 2004. These data were obtained from surveys in 192 countries.
At least more than 5.7 million dollars this smoke died. Nearly half are women equal to the amount of secondhand smoke and sons. Therefore the results of the British Medical Journal, The Lancet, says.