How can I reduce this second hand smoke?

WHAT 2nd hand smoke? Don't know what you mean by "this." easiest answer is don't hang around in the same places as smokers. If it is your house, don't allow smoking. If you can't achieve that, keep doors closed and stay in separate rooms. There are commercially available "smoke-eaters" which vary in effectiveness in removing smoke - they are similar to air conditioners, and must usually be vented.

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Can I get second hand smoke?

???? Your question is not clear. If you hang out persistently at a place where people smoke all the time, you will get second hand smoking exposure. It would be to your benefit not to do so and it would be to the smoker's benefit to quit. Read more...

Is work considered second-hand smoke?

Not per se. Work is not the same as smoking, first or second-hand, unless your co-workers smoke with you around. Read more...

Will second hand smoke affect my baby?

Yes. Yes, smoke is a very potent irritant and any form of exposure will affect an infant. The infant will have exposure from smoke on clothing, hair, skin especially if the smoker is the care taker. This will predispose your infant to a variety of health issues including frequent upper respiratory problems, increase risk for asthma and progressive lung problems. Read more...
Yes. It is known to double or triple the respiratory infections in childhood.It also increases the risk of crib death in exposed infants. This has been the most studied air pollutant for decades and the results confirmed on multiple occasions. Read more...

How can I avoid second hand smoke in asia?

Avoid smokers. It may be an idea to tell people around you that the smoking bothers you. Courtesy on their part will help you. Read more...

How can second hand smoke affect children?

Increased Illness. The effect of second hand smoke on children is well documented.It has proportionally greater effect on the younger children where it can double or triple the risk of respiratory disease.(ear, sinus infections, bronchitis, pneumonia)the effect is seen even at low smoke levels such that a chronic smoker would not be able to smell the smoke.Problems skyrocket if they smoke with kids present. Read more...

How can second hand smoke effect children?

Increased Illness. The effect of second hand smoke on children is well documented.It has proportionally greater effect on the younger children where it can double or triple the risk of respiratory disease.(ear, sinus infections, bronchitis, pneumonia)the effect is seen even at low smoke levels such that a chronic smoker would not be able to smell the smoke.Problems skyrocket if they smoke with kids present. Read more...
Avoidance. This depends on the individual and how much total exposure he has had. Pregnant women who smoke tend to have babies with lower birth weight. The younger the person , the higher the risk for permanent damages to the lungs. There is also some studies showing that children exposed to tobacco smoke are more likely to develop asthma. There is not a good thing that tobacco smoke can give you. Read more...