The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Office of Smoking and Health is including members of the LGBT community in its new anti-smoking campaign.
That makes sense considering CDC data shows that LGBT people are almost 70% more likely to smoke cigarettes than others. (Sidebar, what's with people lighting up after they leave the gym??)
Check out the CDC's video with Ellie, who currently lives with her partner in a smoke-free home. Ellie suffers from asthma caused by second-hand smoke; she's never been a smoker. Watch after the jump.FULL STORY