Filed under: General HealthThe tobacco industry continues to take a beating, as the World Health Organization (WHO) now is stating that it wants a global ban on smoking at workplaces and in enclosed public spaces.
This is not some small request, but a campaign on a planetary scale to get rid of smoking wherever it can affect non-smokers. In fact, WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said that "The evidence is clear, there is no safe level of exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke."
What do you think? There are some that cite references to evidence that second-hand smoke is harmless, something that is utter nonsense if you ask me. If you're a smoker, what are your thoughts on WHO's directive here?