Berkeley Study Shows Ozone and Nicotine a Bad Combination for Asthma

Photo of the team researchers of responsible for the study
August 2010

Another reason for including asthma on the list of potential health risks posed by secondhand tobacco smoke, especially for non-smokers, has been uncovered. Furthermore, the practice of using ozone to remove the smell of tobacco smoke from indoor environments, including hotel rooms and the interiors of vehicles, is probably a bad idea.