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Smoking not only harms the actual smoker but it harms non smokers as well that perhaps could be around them, this is called second hand smoking. Smoking in enclosed spaces or really anywhere is breathed in by everyone, exposing smokers and nonsmokers alike to its harmful effects . Children can be an example of a nonsmoker, Over 40% of children have at least one smoking parent which means children are getting exposed to the harmful effects of smoking from a young age which could result in very bad outcome later on in their lives. Unborns are affected by smoking as well if a pregant women smokes or are exposed to secondhand smoke when theyre pregnant, theyre unborn baby is exposed to harmful chemicals which results in more than 1,000 infant deaths annually, miscarriages,premature death,suddan infant syndrom or many more other things  which could be prevented if smoking was banned completely from the start. As told in CDC more than 41,000 deaths result from secondhand smoke exposure. This is about one in five deaths annually, or 1,300 deaths every day because of smoking. Smoking not only harms the one smoking but it also harms the people around them and even unborns which would be second hand smokers which conclude to why smoking should be banned and prohibited anywhere.