If it still stinks, it's still there. Live SmokE-Free.

Most people know that smoking is bad for you and that breathing in someone else’s
smoke is hazardous to your health. Experts are now learning even more about the health dangers of tobacco smoke. Research shows that third hand smoke - the poisonous chemicals that stick around long after a cigarette has been put out - can cause long-lasting and dangerous health consequences, especially for children. Chemicals from third hand smoke can be breathed in, absorbed through the skin or swallowed.

SmokeStinks is dedicated to shedding light on this serious health issue.

Explore our site to find out why third hand smoke is bad, who is affected, where exposure occurs, and what you can do about it.

Check out the latest news about our campaign! Click here for more information.
                  -  Article in the Connecticut Post - Click here to read the article!
                  -  Article in the Stratford Star Newspaper - Click here to read the article!

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