For some people, smoking has become a normal part of their day that they do it anywhere – even inside the home. But what they don't know is that by doing so, they endanger the lives of their loved ones.
It wouldn't hurt to keep in mind that second-hand smokers have it worse than actual smokers. They have a higher risk of getting lung cancer than first-hand smokers. Also, children who live with smokers tend to develop respiratory tract conditions like asthma or chronic bronchitis. Trust me, it's not fun to have these conditions.