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SMOKERS will be able to see the chemicals from second-hand smoke as part of a ­national tour kicking off today in Glasgow.

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Shoppers at the city's St Enoch Centre will be invited to step into a living room which looks completely smoke-free, but then fills with computer-generated chemicals when viewed through a tablet.

The roadshow is ­designed to drive home the realities of the harm caused by second-hand smoke - and urge people to smoke outside for the sake of their children and family.

The 42-date tour will visit 10 locations across the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area over the next two months, including intu Braehead and Yorkhill Hospital.

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