Experts warn of dangers from third-hand smoke

01/5/2009 | NYTimes.com

Massachusetts General Hospital physicians coined the term "third-hand smoke" to describe the invisible mixture of gases and particles that cling to clothing, hair, furniture and carpeting. Their study found that third-hand smoke poses a health risk for infants and young children but that many adults are unaware of the danger.

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