Today I want to talk about the consequences of secondhand smoke. Since 1964, approximately 2,500,00 nonsmokers have died from health problems caused by being exposed to secondhand smoke. There is no risk-free level of secondhand smoke exposure. Even the littlest bit of smoke can be harmful to someone’s health. Tobacco smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals. This includes hundreds that are toxic and more than seventy that can cause cancer, even if inhaled by secondhand smoke. In 2010, the Spencer’s decided to take a family vacation to the beach. Mary Spencer, a 14 year-old girl had softball that week, so she had to inform her coaches. The week Mary was gone she did not do hardly any physical activity, her family laid out on the beach all week.