Cigarettes contain cadmium and this not only is bad for the smoker, but this is released into the common air. For every cigarette, 50 nanograms are released into the air. Though cadmium levels are higher in smokers and those around cigarette smoke, it is not enough to be considered poisoning, though it is still dangerous. Cadmium poisoning typically occurs from metal smelting and hazardous waste.
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