Secondhand Smoke Directory
Secondhand smoke can be dangerous, especially for those who live or work with someone who smokes. Children and pets can be especially susceptible to problems due to secondhand smoke. Health risks associated with breathing in secondhand smoke include cancer, heart disease, asthma attacks, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how secondhand smoke affects you, health risks, statistics, and much more.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Surprising Sources of Indoor Air Pollution
Surprising Sources of Indoor Air Pollution
Air pollution is likely worse inside your home than out. See how radon, secondhand smoke, and even air fresheners can harm your family's health.
A Visual Guide to Lung Cancer
Pictures show who's at risk for lung cancer, symptoms, tests, and promising new treatments.