Tomorrow's Health: Third-Hand Smoke?


We've heard for years second-hand smoke can be dangerous, but now researchers are cautioning about the hazards of what they're calling third-hand smoke.

Cigarette smoke that clings to walls and furniture could cause DNA damage and, potentially, cancer.

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Saturday, December 3, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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