Headlines Tagged with Pets/Animals — 697 headlines found
SAN ANTONIO -- Two dogs were killed overnight after firefighters say their owner fell asleep with a lit cigarette. San Antonio firefighters found a woman in her 40s passed out from smoke inhalation inside her home in the 600 block of Rigsby Road.
Jan 2, 2013 KHOU CBS 11 (Houston, TX)
added Jan 3, 2013 10:03
Dec 5, 2012 BBC Online
added Dec 5, 2012 19:13
The school of veterinary medicine at the University of Glasgow – together with the NHS for Ayrshire and Arran – is working to produce a series of posters that aim to educate people about the issues that could potentially arise from pets breathing in seco
Nov 9, 2012 Minuteman Press International, Inc.
added Nov 9, 2012 12:06
May 18, 2012 The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
added May 21, 2012 19:12
A video showing an orangutan smoking a cigarette at an Indonesian zoo went viral, sparking renewed criticism over alleged mistreatment of animals. The viral video was shot Sunday at Bandung Zoo, about 90 miles southeast of the capital, Jakarta.
Mar 8, 2018 IBT - International Business Times
added Mar 8, 2018 17:46
Family pets are equally, if not more, at risk of being affected by passive smoking as humans, research suggests. Animals inhale more smoke and - because of their grooming routines - also digest nicotine when licking their fur, a study by Glasgow Universit
Oct 30, 2017 BBC Online
added Oct 30, 2017 14:45
Based upon these findings, Dr Suárez-Rodríguez and Dr Macías Garcia argue that their finches are indeed collecting cigarette butts deliberately, to keep ticks at bay and improve the survival of their young.
Sep 30, 2017 The Economist
added Sep 30, 2017 01:50
Using a system in which the exposure of mice to THS mimics that of human exposure in the homes of smokers, the researchers investigated the effects of THS exposure on biological molecular markers – or “biomarkers” – found in serum, and in liver and brain
Sep 15, 2017 ScienceBlog
added Sep 17, 2017 20:16
Third-hand smoke exposure cripples your liver and brain: Inhaling tobacco from hair, clothes or furniture affects your metabolism and mannerisms, study finds
Third-hand smoke exposure can cripple your brain and liver, affecting your mannerisms, increasing your risk of neurodegenerative diseases, and ruining your metabolism. That is according to a study by researchers at the University of California, Riversid
Sep 15, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 17, 2017 20:03
Scientists at Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco have received an award from the PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) International Science Consortium. The award is in recognition of their contributions to the Adverse
Feb 13, 2017 Tobacco Reporter
added Feb 22, 2017 19:44