One fact that has recently come to my attention is the November 1994 Congressional Health Sub-Committee report into SHS/ETS. It was headed up by Henry Waxman an anti smoker and its conclusions were:
“The statistical evidence does not appear to support a conclusion that there are substantial health effects of passive smoking;
It is possible that very few or even no deaths can be attributed to ETS;•if there are any lung cancer deaths from ETS exposure, they are likely to be concentrated among those subjected to the highest exposure levels… primarily among those nonsmokers subjected to significant spousal ETS.
‘Even when overall risk is considered, it is a very small risk and is not statistically significant at a conventional 95% level.”
Yes your eyes do not deceive you.