Second-hand smoke is an 'invisible killer', according to a new advertising campaign, launched by public health minister Caroline Flint today. Nearly 85 per cent of tobacco smoke is invisible and odourless, but it causes just as much harm to people's health as the smoke that is visible, according to the Department of Health.

A website supporting the campaign can be accessed here

Second-hand smoke is an 'invisible killer', according to a new advertising campaign, launched by public health minister Caroline Flint today. Nearly 85 per cent of tobacco smoke is invisible and odourless, but it causes just as much harm to people's health as the smoke that is visible, according to the Department of Health.

A website supporting the campaign can be accessed here