How do you explain tobacco aquaporin sensitivity in non-smokers?

Second-hand smoke exposure is common. You get exposed when walking, jogging, biking, or driving past someone who is smoking or when dining outdoors near someone who is smoking. Additionally, tobacco is hiding in unsuspecting places such as candles, essential oils, lotions, and perfumes. Furthermore, evidence suggests that tobacco has considerable cross reactivity with latex, mugwort pollen, and rye grass pollen. At this time, evidence of tobacco cross-reactivity with members of the solanaceae (nightshade) family--including tomato, eggplant, and potato--is conflicting.

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