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By now, everyone knows that smoking poses a significant risk to one’s own health, but you may be surprised to learn how smoke can affect others around you. Secondhand smoke poses serious health hazards, even if it travels indirectly from one room to another. It contains the same harmful chemicals that smokers inhale, and there is no safe level of exposure for secondhand smoke. That is why so many state and local governments have designated both public and private buildings and even some outdoor spaces as smoke-free. A thoughtfully-designed building will not allow smoking within at least 20 feet of the building entrances, so as not to pose a health risk to building occupants.

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