Douglas Noble, a public health expert from the British Medical Association claimed in calling for controls on tobacco for motorists, especially a ban on smoking while driving.
“In the car known particle concentrations 27 times higher than with someone who smokes in the house, and 20-fold higher than in the pub,” Noble said, as quoted from Dailymail.
Noble said that the concentration is clearly more can cause adverse effects to health, so it requires strict regulation, especially to protect pregnant women and children from exposure to cigarette smoke.
Required a variety of campaigns to end smoking in the car, especially for people who bring children or pregnant women in it, this is because smokers have made other passengers to secondhand smoke, so have the same health risks or even greater than active smokers.
If the regulations ban smoking in cars could be implemented, it is expected will also be applied to ban smoking in the home and elsewhere, thereby reducing the amount of secondhand smoke and the adverse effects of cigarette smoke.
Various studies on tobacco has made it clear that in cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 toxic chemicals (toxic) and 43 cancer-causing compounds (carcinogens).
Besides cigarette smoke blown into the table if it’s rather difficult loss because he was stuck, so what if the smoke into the lungs are more and more numerous.
Scientific evidence has also shown an association between smoking with the occurrence of various diseases such as cancer, heart disease, respiratory system diseases, reproductive disorders and diseases of pregnancy.
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