the title, however, is accurate. Smoke from a fire is a very bad thing and that’s no joke. But there are other types of smoke that are even worse.
Smoke is one of the most potent means of communicating and spreading disease. It can come from a fire, a candle, or smoke from cigarettes. It can also come from a gas or kerosene stove, or maybe even from a car accident. It is a real thing and it does cause serious damage.
The smoke that causes smoke damage to your body is called particulate matter, which we all know is deadly. I mean, you hear about the death of a family member from all of those second-hand smoke stories. But the fact is, if you smoke for too long, your body can start to emit that nasty particulate matter as well.
That’s why you’re seeing this all over the news. It is a real thing. The EPA has labeled as “hazardous” particulate matter that is released into the air by all kinds of things, from the combustion of solid fuels to cooking. Some of the particulate matter can also be inhaled by people who are not exposed to it, but the inhalational exposure to it is not often fatal.
With all those smoke stories, it might be easy to assume that it wasn’t actually a serious health threat. But that’s not what the EPA says, or what the CDC or the American Lung Association say. They say it’s more of a nuisance than anything.
In fact, some estimates suggest that the particulate matter in cigarette smoke can be so small that a single piece of it could lodge in your lungs, causing enough permanent damage to kill you. In fact, the particulate matter in cigarette smoke can be so small that the government says that the tiny particles are probably harmless. The real issue is that the little particles are getting into the air.
A study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that cigarette smoking actually has an effect on the development of lung cancer. But the study did not find a causal link between cigarette smoking and the development of lung cancer. The study did not find a significant increase in lung cancer deaths among smokers. But the study did find that the mortality rate among smokers was higher during the first year of smoking than in previous years.
Smoking is bad and death is bad. But we still have to answer the question of “how bad” and the answer you get is “not very bad if you’ve never smoked.” You’ll spend a lot of time trying to find some kind of pattern among the lung cancer deaths, but no one was ever certain if there was a connection.
I find myself asking the question “Why the hell does it matter if I smoke?” As it turns out, the answer is, “because it matters.” Smoking is bad, death is bad, but we still have to answer the question of how bad and the answer you get is not very bad if youve never smoked. Youll spend a lot of time trying to find some kind of pattern among the lung cancer deaths, but no one was ever certain if there was a connection.