CDC Study: Many Americans Still Exposed To Secondhand Smoke


Nearly 60,000,000 Americans are still being exposed to secondhand smoke.  That's what a new CDC study shows, despite declines over the past three decades.  The CDC says certain groups are at higher risk than others including people living in poverty, children ages three to eleven, people who live in rental housing and those with less than a high school education.  CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield says there's no safe level of secondhand smoke exposure.

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