Hundreds of thousands of children are traveling in smoke-filled cars every week.
In England alone, more than 430,000 children aged 11 to 15 are exposed to second hand smoke in cars each week, according to estimates by the British Lung Foundation.
185,000 children of the same age are exposed to smoke while in the family car on “most days”, if not every day.
“Given these data only cover children aged between 11 and 15, it is possible that the total number of children affected on a weekly basis could be in excess of half a million.”
Lots of up to and possibly as many as and estimates in there. So it might all be a load of blown smoke anyway.
But I ask the readership this.
IF the medical evidence is correct …..
If that evidence is indeed correct then the question is: well, where are all the sick children?
If passive smoking is a bad idea then, if 500,000 children are exposed to it on a weekly basis, then we should have some evidence of the bodies piling up. If we don’t then one of two things must be true: either that the exposure isn’t happening or the exposure doesn’t cause the bodies to pile up.
So where are the sick kiddies?