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Cancer Not Linked to Secondhand Smoke


A latest research found that there is no connection between secondhand smoke and lung cancer. The article which privides details on that subject is published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. In the study participated 76,000 females over

Anti-Tobacco Group Wants a Smoke-Free Campus


The students organization Hornets for a Healthy Hive was formed in September current year and it managed to achieve success in its goal to make Sacramento State the first California State University tobacco-free campus. In the beginning it was only

No Smoking Policy At Lodges


For many years, lodges for various charitable and social organizations were famous for their softly lighted barrooms where people could not only drink and eat while discussing an issue with someone but also smoke a cigarette. With smoking bans in

Tobacco Coalition Moves Ahead with Quitting Smoking

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Delaware County has most severe tobacco-free policy in the state, but representatives of the Tobacco-Free Coalition of Delaware County are not ready to lie on their oars as they have a lot of work to do. Jacey Foley, the new

Secondhand smoke at Thai airports 400% higher than US ones

Secondhand Smoke in Airport

Secondhand smoke at Thai major international airports is registered to be 4 times higher than that at main international airports in the United States Hatai Chitanondh, head of the Thailand Health Promotion Institute and Nipapun Kungskulniti, an academic from the

Majority of Biggest U.S. Cities Now Tobacco-Free

Secondhand Smoke

Thirty of the 50 biggest cities in the United States are now tobacco-free, a new survey demonstrates. The 60% of big cities that are tobacco-free have regulations that ban smoking in all indoor places of private workplaces, restaurants and bars.

Smokers found to take more sick days

Smoking Brazilian

The review, which has been published in the journal Addiction, examined 29 separate reports carried out between 1960 and 2011 in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, the United States and Japan, embracing more than 71,000 public and private sector workers.

USAO goes tobacco free July 1

Smoke Free USAO

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma follows all state agencies in banning tobacco. The ban came into force on July 1. Now visitors of the university and students can breathe freely and not be afraid of cigarette smoke

Liberia Government Implements Public Smoking Ban

Liberia has started implementing the legislation introduced in 2008 that bans smoking in public transport, workplaces, restaurants and other places. The given ban also prohibits those under the age of 18 from purchasing smoking products. The ban is part of

Secondhand smoke linked to ADHD, learning and behavioral disorders in kids

The latest study shows that secondhand (passive) smoke can contribute to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other learning disabilities in children. The study from the Harvard School of Public Health, shows kids exposed to smoking were 50 percent more