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Ventilating buildings and cleaning the air doesn't eliminate secondhand smoke exposure, study finds
Nov 20, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 21, 2012 15:39
Salt Lake City International Airport is named in a new CDC survey on secondhand smoke exposure. SLC International is one of five of the 29 largest airports in the United States that allows smoking in designated areas.
Nov 20, 2012 KTVX ABC4 (Salt Lake City, UT)
added Nov 21, 2012 14:52
Along with Dulles, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Denver International Airport and Salt Lake City International Airport were included in the CDC study.
Nov 20, 2012 WJLA-TV Ch. 7 (Washington, DC)
added Nov 21, 2012 04:07
Thanksgiving travelers who pass through the five major U.S. airports that still allow indoor smoking in designated public rooms face a hidden health hazard, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday.
Nov 20, 2012 Reuters
added Nov 20, 2012 19:12
How dirty is the air next to an airport's smoking lounge? The U.S. government reports Tuesday that it's five times more polluted than the overall air at smoke-free airports. Tampa International Airport has a series of caged outdoor patios for smokers,
Nov 20, 2012 USA Today
added Nov 20, 2012 19:11
A study by the Atlanta-based CDC showed that five of the 29 largest airports in the U.S., including DIA, subjected travelers and workers to measurable levels of smoking-related particulates near designated smoking areas.
Nov 20, 2012 Denver (CO) Post
added Nov 20, 2012 15:17
Air pollution from secondhand smoke five times higher outside smoking rooms and other designated smoking areas than in smoke-free airports
Nov 20, 2012 CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Nov 20, 2012 14:04
Nov 18, 2012 Atlanta (GA) Journal-Constitution
added Nov 21, 2012 15:28
Thirty of the 50 largest U.S. cities prohibit smoking indoors at all workplaces, restaurants and bars, the federal government reported. Just 12 years ago, only San Jose had such a law. As of Oct. 12, 16 of the largest cities had comprehensive smoke-free
Nov 17, 2012 Los Angeles Times
added Nov 17, 2012 18:44
Cities in Oklahoma are limited in what laws they can pass regarding smoking, an issue that was brought up in a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Nov 17, 2012 The Oklahoman
added Nov 17, 2012 18:36