Heart attack rates have declined in cities that have banned smoking in public places.
Example: After Pueblo, Colorado, banned smoking in restaurants, bars and other public places, the number of heart attacks decreased by almost 30%..
Approximately 35,000 Americans die of heart disease that is caused by exposure to second-hand smoke.
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