Sort by: Date added | Date Published | Most Viewed

Headlines Tagged with Secondhand Smoke 14,833 headlines found

9 Views

EDITORIAL: E-cigarettes have risks but they also offer public health benefits

Once the agency begins regulating — and it soon will, it said — it can make e-cigarettes less attractive to teenagers, require childproof containers on e-cigarette liquid, demand appropriate warning labels on packaging and figure out what is in e-cigarett
Washington Post
added Apr 10, 2014 22:28
9 Views

[UK-Scotland] Campaign to reduce effect of smoke on children in the Lothians

NHS Lothian is keen to get the message across about smoking in the home and the effect of that on children. Around 50,000 children are estimated to be at risk of exposure to second-hand smoke in Lothians and health officials say it is up to their parents
Edinburgh Reporter (uk)
added Apr 2, 2014 12:33
9 Views

Drs. Oz & Roizen: Clearing the air for better health

New research shows that even if a woman never smoked, lifetime exposure to secondhand smoke (childhood exposure for 10 or more years, adult home exposure for 20 or more years, adult work exposure 10 or more years) increases her risk of miscarriage, still
The Idaho Statesman
added Mar 31, 2014 11:05
9 Views

[Oklahoma] Thirdhand Smoke? A clandestine health threat: The invisible remnant of tobacco smoke

Several articles came out this week ... I grew up with parents who smoked, in the house and smoked in the car where they politely opened the triangular vent windows to allow some of the smoke out. We have come a long way since they made cars with those
Miami (OK) News-Record
added Mar 19, 2014 15:34
9 Views

[Minnesota] Smoke-free childcare survey results shared

In a larger, state-wide public survey in Minnesota, Keely Ihry and Corey Ernst, Partnership 4 Health, noted that 78 percent of respondents felt that secondhand smoke continues to impact our health, and 83 percent support a smoke-free foster care system.
Wahpeton (ND) Daily News
added Mar 17, 2014 12:55
9 Views

[UK] Rapist who shared prison cell with smoker for just ONE week launches legal battle because he says it breached HIS human rights (costing the taxpayer thousands of pounds)

* Claims he had to breathe in second-hand smoke in HMP Birmingham cell * 52-year-old claimed it damaged his health and violated his human rights * Judge says: 'This appeal doesn't get off the ground - we aren't impressed'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 13, 2014 16:39
9 Views

Ask a Vet: Smoking and its effect on animals

ets in the home are often times exposed to more ETS than their human counterparts because people spend longer excursions outside of the home compared to pets. Both cats and dogs have been shown to develop cancers that we believe may be a result of ETS.
Capital Gazette Communications
added Feb 28, 2014 05:47
9 Views

[Africa, Nigeria] MORAL OBLIGATION OF ANTI-SMOKING LAW

Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), signed into law two bills … He reiterated that the state’s commitment to public safety and public health is stronger than the question of whether the law to regulate smoking in public places will work
Daily Trust (ng)
added Feb 25, 2014 16:06
9 Views

[Asia, China] Just saying no

Few people go to the lengths that she does. Most other non-smokers, unwilling to cause a scene, have resigned themselves to a smoky dining environment. Cigarettes are outlawed in most restaurants, but only a few strictly implement a full ban. According t
Global Times (cn)
added Feb 6, 2014 13:33
9 Views

Thirdhand smoke linked to liver, lung and skin problems

thirdhand smoke is a more clandestine health threat. The invisible remnant of tobacco smoke that clings to surfaces and even dust, thirdhand smoke is linked to several adverse health effects in a new study published in PLOS ONE.
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Feb 2, 2014 00:09
Sign up for daily headlines All Headlines Featured Headlines U.S. Headlines International Headlines