Dimethylfuran, benzene, and formaldehyde keep wafting off the clothing and skin of smokers, even when they’re not smoking.
Even if you don’t smoke, and you’re inside a nonsmoking building, you could still be exposed to some of the health effects of cigarette smoke—just from someone who smokes walking inside.
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