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[Ohio] Bob Dyer: Smokin’ hot about his workplace duty

My new best friend can handle the blood, the poop, the pee ...But he didn’t sign up to breathe in cigarette smoke. The nonsmoker is required to do that every workday, mainly because the Health Department considers “nursing homes” to be private residences,
Akron (OH) Beacon Journal
added Feb 15, 2016 00:17
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A large number of children were exposed to secondhand smoke in their homes

A large number of children were exposed to SHS in the home. Encouraging of voluntary smoke-free rules in homes and cessation in adults has the potential to reduce SHS exposure among children and prevent SHS-related diseases and deaths, reveals the Global
Asian Tribune
added Feb 12, 2016 05:37
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[Asia-pacific, Singapore] Neighbour turns common area into private 'chillax' corner for friends

Stomp contributor Vis wrote in an email to Stomp about how his neighbour has set up a 'chillax' corner outside his unit. His neighbour and his friends would regularly gather to hang out and smoke there, making it a potential fire hazard.
AsiaOne (sg)
added Feb 12, 2016 05:46
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Secondhand smoke exposure at home among one billion children in 21 countries: findings from the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS)

A large number of children were exposed to SHS in the home. Encouraging of voluntary smoke-free rules in homes and cessation in adults has the potential to reduce SHS exposure among children and prevent SHS-related diseases and deaths.
Tobacco Control
added Feb 12, 2016 05:35
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[North Dakota] VIDEO: Devils Lake landlord honored for going tobacco-free

Dan Lagein was honored today for being the first landlord in Devils Lake to make five of his apartment units tobacco-free. Lagein: “With Liz's help here we've got all the signage and the verbiage for our contracts, so that started all that probably abou
WDAZ 8 (Grand Forks, ND)
added Feb 11, 2016 16:45
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The Peer and Family Smoking Index: A Valid Measure of Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Adolescents

Adolescents who reported family smoking or a combination of family and peer smoking had significantly higher salivary cotinine levels than unexposed adolescents. The Peer and Family Smoking Index is a concise and valid self-report measure for SHS exposure
Journal of Adolescent Health
added Feb 9, 2016 17:08
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[New York] Public Housing Agencies Seek More Time to Enact Smoking Ban

Officials with the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development said they had heard from the agencies, public health organizations and residents in more than 1,000 comments received over 60 days on a proposed federal rule to ban smoking inside pub
New York Times
added Feb 5, 2016 06:49
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Ask Real Estate: Window Wars

Managing the odor from cigarette smoke might be difficult, but the board should try. The smoker could place an air filtration or ventilation system in his unit. Ultimately, that apartment might need to be sealed along walls, floors and ceilings so smoke
New York Times
added Jan 30, 2016 19:41
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AAFP Throws Support Behind Smoke-free Public Housing Proposal

Furthermore, said the joint letter, "Our organizations also strongly urge HUD to prohibit any 'grandfathering' policies that delay implementation beyond the 18-month period (the department has proposed) or allow case-by-case decisions that would allow so
American Family Physician
added Jan 30, 2016 22:47
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[UK] Another nail in smoking's coffin? Smoking makes your kids fat, research finds

Scientists said it was another reason for adults smokers to stub out the habit to quit because they are putting their youngsters at a physical and mental disadvantage for life.
Western Daily Press (uk)
added Jan 29, 2016 19:04
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