Some of my co-workers are smokers. Although it's prohibited to smoke inside the premises, they do go outside for the smoking break. My problem is I am extremely sensitive to smell of smoke. I constantly smell smoke in my office (despite having my own room), I can smell the after smoke body odor of my co-workers. Specially if they walk-by, It is like a trail of smoke. I try putting up a fan, blow it inward or outward to circulate the air, it makes no difference. I have no right to stop my co-workers from smoking. Is there anything I can do to get rid of the smell (other than quitting my job) ? Is smelling their smoke something abnormal ? Is smelling a smoker's smoking body odor hazardous to my health (such as can it cause cancer )?
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