Does Rolling Down the Window While Smoking Help Improve the Air Quality in Your Car?

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By Molly Clifton

Doctors say second hand smoke from just one cigarette in a car is very unhealthy for a child.

California Researchers measured air quality in the back seat of a car while the driver smoked with the window down.

They found pollutant levels - including nicotine and carbon monoxide - were three times higher inside the car.

Second hand smoke can increase a child's risk of asthma and allergies.
 



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