im a biology major...or i was until i graduated on sunday....
all that bullsh*t, where is your evidence?
Even more, EMPIRICAL evidence that proves the link. One thing I have learned from my major, is how to examine research, and look for actual empirical evidence. Peer reviewed means nothing, nor is the information valid, simply because it is peer reviewed within the community. Approval of the community, is based off the science of the community, ie: psychology, which 90% of their published articles are bullsh*t, and false; however, due to their poor methodology and science, they are able to pass off anything as "valid. (and no, im simply not talking sh*t, you can find anywhere on the net or ask a respected professor, how comedic the psychological community is, when it comes to their empirical research, there is NONE)"
"We don't have empirical evidence that secondhand smoke is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease," said Antonio Gotto, dean of WCMC.
is the Cornell institution a credible source?
This is way too easy, and people are way too dumb. As a bio major, I'd expect a more articulate post, on the dangers of second hand smoke, even more, graduating bio major (congrats). I'd a.ssume you've at least could reference to a few studies (as you have the expertise I a.ssume).
"its funny the way n*ggas try to search up a article online to prove their point...."
its funny the way n*ggas have no evidence yet try to prove a point
If there was empirical evidence, I guarantee it'd be illegal, banned, and crops prohibited from being grown, shortly after. There is none, so some bio-major, can't say sh*t, because his own science(which we hold high, but has tons of flaws) cannot prove it, yet has made false claims alleging so. Your words as a bio-major mean nothing, respected(as in anyone who has credentials) bio professionals have repeated this over and over, no empirical evidence.