Inhaling second hand tobacco smoke is believed to cause asthma and also make asthma worse. Smoking should not be allowed anywhere in the home of an individual with asthma. Keep in mind too that smoke residue lingers on clothing and in hair, and can irritate asthma symptoms.
| Environmental Tobacco Smoke | Fireplace | Upholstered Furniture |
| Wall to Wall Carpeting | Draperies | Ventillation |
| Living Room || Kitchen || Bedroom || Bathroom || Garage || Basement || Attic |
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