It cannot be stressed enough that secondary or passive smoking is dangerous to anyone's health, especially for children. If quitting a smoking habit is not the immediate option, the least a smoker can do is to make the home smoke-free.
What about vape smoke? Is secondary vape smoke harmful to the environment and people around you? Will it cause the same dangerous effects as traditional cigarettes? According to NHS online site, tobacco smoke is not the end product produced by vaping or smoking e-cigarettes. While the jury is still out on this issue, it has been noted that the risk of passive vaping is minimal.
It is because the vapors released by vaping contain negligible nicotine to pose a risk to life and limb. Be that as it may, health professionals still highly recommend that vaping should be avoided in the presence of children, babies or pregnant women.