Headlines Tagged with Households — 4,320 headlines found
Authorities across the Coachella Valley should expand smoke-free zones in all multi-unit housing situations, Valley Voice writer VJ Sleight suggests.
Jan 12, 2017 Palm Springs (CA) Desert Sun
added Jan 12, 2017 14:56
Nonsmoking women who were exposed to secondhand smoke as children may have an increased risk of a miscarriage, a Chinese study suggests. Although they had never been smokers themselves, women in the study who lived with two or more smokers as a child had
Jan 11, 2017 Reuters
added Jan 11, 2017 21:08
Income Inequality and US Children’s Secondhand Smoke Exposure: Distinct Associations by Race–Ethnicity
We have found evidence of differential associations between SHS exposure and income inequality by race and ethnicity. Further examination of environments which engender SHS exposure among children across various racial/ethnic subgroups can foster a better
Jan 6, 2017 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jan 8, 2017 14:32
Assisi Animal Health Shares Insights Regarding Protecting the Health of Companion Animals from Secondhand Smoke Exposure
For companion pet owners that use tobacco products, there are steps that should be taken to help protect animal health. Housekeeping. Steaming carpets, furniture, and curtains on a regular basis to remove the smoke that accumulates on these items will
Jan 7, 2017 Yahoo! Finance
added Jan 8, 2017 14:10
Governor Rick Snyder has just a few bills from last session left to consider. Among them is a bill that would allow landlords to include a provision in their leases preventing tenants from smoking or growing medical marijuana.
Jan 5, 2017 Michigan Radio
added Jan 7, 2017 22:15
While parents may believe using pot is safer and more natural than smoking tobacco, experts say secondhand smoke from pot might be just as hazardous for children's developing bodies and minds.
Jan 6, 2017 U.S. News & World Report
added Jan 6, 2017 19:36
[New York] SMOKERS’ RIGHTS GROUP TO SUE IF HUD RULE TO BAN SMOKING IN PUBLIC HOUSING IS NOT REVOKED BY TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
C.L.A.S.H.) first appeals to President-elect Donald Trump to renounce this unprecedented modern day storming of federal government into private homes by rescinding this rule upon taking office. Its institution represents a degradation of fundamental Amer
Dec 2, 2016 NYC C.L.A.S.H.
added Jan 6, 2017 01:50
According to their reports, people were commonly renting one room in a crowded house -- often one that was infested with pests, or plagued by leaks and mold. In many cases, asthma patients either smoked or lived with smokers.
Jan 5, 2017 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 5, 2017 21:03
Cigarettes have been extinguished forever at North Shore Towers and Country Club, after shareholders of the 1,844-unit Queens co-op voted overwhelmingly to protect residents from the dangers of secondhand smoke by banning lighting up anywhere on the 110-
Jan 4, 2017 Queens (NY) Gazette
added Jan 4, 2017 22:21
With this new federal rule, housing authorities will be able to choose how to enforce the rule. For the Tampa House Authority a ‘three strikes and you’e out rule’ will be implemented. Residents of the Robles Village Park in Tampa recently talked to WF
Jan 2, 2017 News Talk Florida
added Jan 3, 2017 07:11