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Picking Tobacco Under an Unforgiving Sun in Mexico

The scenes--of people living under thatched-roof shelters, their skin raw from chemicals, and children as young as 6 working the fields or bathing in irrigation canals...Rodríguez is producing a multimedia piece on these workers...[BAT] Mexico, which buys
New York Times Blogs
added Aug 9, 2016 14:39
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Pediatric hospitalizations an opportunity to screen parents for tobacco use

Secondhand smoke exposure not only plays a role in the development and exacerbation of respiratory diseases in children, it also can lower their IQ scores, increase risk for behavioral and sleep problems, and contribute to increased infection risk. Even
American Academy of Pediatrics
added Jul 29, 2016 00:33
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Avoiding the Dangers of Thirdhand Smoke

Beyond the unpleasant sensory experience, there’s another reason the residue of smoking – not just the smoking itself or secondhand smoke – is garnering increasing attention: Emerging research from testing cultured human cells to more recent animal studi
U.S. News & World Report
added Apr 5, 2016 15:38
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Thirdhand smoke contamination in hospital settings: assessing exposure risk for vulnerable paediatric patients [FREE FULL TEXT]

THS appears to be ubiquitous, even in closely guarded healthcare settings. Future research will address potential health consequences and THS-reduction policies. Ultimately, hospital policies and interventions to reduce THS transport and exposure may prov
Tobacco Control
added Dec 4, 2015 02:44
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Patterns of Smoking and Nicotine Dependence Among US Adolescents.

Reducing parental smoking would reduce adolescent smoking. Prevention efforts should encourage parental smoking cessation, improve parenting, address adolescent mental health, and reinforce adolescents' negative beliefs about smoking.
American Journal of Public Health
added Sep 22, 2015 20:28
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Fight the Enemy 3.0

a tobacco counter-marketing video contest that aims to change attitudes about tobacco by framing tobacco use as the “enemy” that hurts our friends, families, health, and fitness. This year’s competition theme, “E-Cigarettes: Can You See Through the Smoke
health.mil (Military Health System, Defense Health Agency)
added Sep 21, 2015 09:43
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Children with asthma exposed to SHS more likely experience comorbidities

are more likely to be obese, according to study results. The researchers reported that children exposed to smoke are also more likely to have severe asthma and use health care less. Regan C. Pyle, DO, division of allergic diseases at Mayo Clinic in Roc
Healio.com
added Jul 27, 2015 14:01
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LINDHORST: Is Exposure to Secondhand Smoke Child Abuse? No

very few parents who smoke are receiving these kinds of interventions from pediatric care providers. Until we know that parents have received adequate collaborative treatment, we should not resort to further sanctions by treating their behavior as a form
Annals of Family Medicine
added Mar 10, 2015 13:38
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Table of Contents - November 2014, 16 (11)

Children’s Perspectives on How Parents Protect Them From Secondhand Smoke in Their Homes and Cars in Socioeconomically Contrasting Communities: A Qualitative Study / Analysis of Comments in a Petition Defending Electronic Cigarettes / Electronic Cigarette
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 9, 2014 15:46
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[New York] When Struggling Families Spark Internet Rage

Teicher featured nine of the photographs from “Upstate Girls” in a post initially titled “Life Below the Poverty Line, Troy, N.Y.”...The comments were harsh. Many expressed outrage that Kayla would smoke while holding her baby. (This photograph, singled
New York Times Blogs
added Jul 23, 2014 15:40
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