While many pregnant women do not smoke because they understand the dangers of cigarette smoking to their health and their babies, they still find themselves in surroundings that endanger their baby’s or unborn baby’s life. These include smoke from a thick cloud hanging in the air at a favourite restaurant, or a cigarette the spouse or a visitor left burning in an ashtray a few feet away from their infant or pregnant mum. When a baby or pregnant mum inhales such smoke, this is called second-hand smoking.
Second-hand smoke is a mixture of smoke emitted by . . .
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