I usually don't put personal posts here. But here's an interesting one (also, it's super interesting how I found it on Facebook Guardian read!)
Here's the gist of the article findings:
The estimated findings show that, on average, a smoker will inhale 1/2 a litre of smoke per cigarette, while a shisha smoker can take in anything from just under 1/6 of a litre to 1 litre of smoke per inhale.
30 times less concentrated in chemicals than cigarette smoke.
5,000 chemicals have been identified so far in cigarette smoke, chemists and pharmacologists from Saudi Arabia only found 142 chemicals in shish smoke.Here's the full article:
Further reading [A Journal of Public Health Article 2009]:
Also, someone needs to make an info graphic version of this. :).
Thanks Kevin for the info on this!