Make your Fourth of July barbecue tobacco-free this year
Hosting a backyard barbecue is the perfect way to honor the Fourth of July - what better way to celebrate the independence of our country than with a few hot dogs and burgers?
Whether you're just inviting a few friends over or the whole neighborhood, you'll want to make sure your party is memorable - and not because of your smoking. Even if your event is being held outdoors, smoking can be a big turn-off to your party guests. Who wants to inhale secondhand smoke while they try to enjoy a juicy burger?
Furthermore, secondhand smoke can be a concern to parents who are coming and bringing their children. Chances are, they don't want their kids exposed to the by-product.
Instead of subjecting your guests to the irritation, make your Independence Day barbecue tobacco-free this year. You can get your nicotine fix by vaping - an e-cig does not create secondhand smoke or contain tobacco and tar.
The American Cancer Society reports that secondhand smoke kills thousands of non-smokers each year. To make sure your guests don't have to expose themselves to this harmful by-product, avoid smoking at your big bash.
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