Third-hand tobacco exposure may be prevalent, testing indicates

07/17/2014 | Planet Earth online (U.K.) · Science World Report

Tests of dust particles found carcinogenic tobacco compounds in three-quarters of smokers' homes and two-thirds of smoke-free homes, according to researchers in the U.K. For children younger than age 6, these levels exceeded the exposure limit set by the Environmental Protection Agency. The findings appear in the journal Environment International.

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