There are high risks of cancer for passive smokers as well.
Lower health insurance rates for nonsmokers is an example of a(n)
50, is not true....there is no answer to that question because people die young and old, smokers or nonsmokers.
yes, but the nicotine that you get by second hand smoking is very little and is not enough to make you addictive.
It is something u do to take a risks
Pure and speculative risks
Nonsmokers are half as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
Depending on how you use it, your chances may be somewhat higher than nonsmokers. However, there are ways to avoid those risks and the overall increase is not as high as that caused by other activities.
6 Nonsmokers - 2011 was released on: USA: 20 January 2013 (correction)
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Smoker's lungs are dark depending on how many years of smoking, and the nonsmokers' lungs are normal, somewhat rosy. The difference is very perceptible.
Smokers require special consideration and treatment when undergoing surgery. The effects of smoking-related diseases increase both anesthetic risks, as well as risks of complications during surgery and recovery.Conversely, anesthesia is safer and more predictable in nonsmokers due to better functioning of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and nervous systems.Source: http://www.lifelinetomodernmedicine.com/ArticlePage.aspx?ID=0f8af670-3cfb-47c3-b9f0-b54eb8f4528d&LandingID=fc6eb1da-98e4-43c7-bb9f-09c17e2a005d
Lung cancer, tar, emphysema, for smokers and nonsmokers
enviromental tobacco smoke
It has been said that, nonsmokers who breath secondhand smoke quite alot can have damage on your lungs. The only difference is instead of smoking the acctual chemicals, your just breathing the burnt chemicals.
A smoker's risk of heart attack, or myocardial infarction, is four times the risk of nonsmokers. Smokers also have four times the risk of cardiovascular disease in general.