Headlines Tagged with Secondhand Smoke — 14,831 headlines found
As more and more countries move to fully meet their obligations under the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), the industry’s attempts to undermine the treaty becomes more aggressive. These include weakening public health efforts to ba
Jun 2, 2013 The Hindu Online (in)
added Jun 2, 2013 10:41
Eighty-one percent of Qatari pregnant women are exposed to secondhand smoke (SHS), a recent study has found. Entitled "Exposure to secondhand smoke among Qatari pregnant women", the study was conducted last year by a team from Weill Cornell Medical Colle
May 31, 2013 The Peninsula (qa)
added May 31, 2013 03:32
A new study shows a relationship between secondhand smoke exposure and children's aggression and anti-social behavior by age 10.
May 21, 2013 Medical Daily
added May 23, 2013 13:25
Does the ban on smoking in public only apply to Nairobi’s central business district? asks Peter Mathenge. In Nairobi West shopping centre and at the Nyayo National Stadium, for instance, smokers freely indulge in the habit.
May 14, 2013 Daily Nation (ke)
added May 17, 2013 13:50
Partial smoking bans still left study participants with signs of tobacco exposure
May 14, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added May 14, 2013 13:06
The University of Idaho works to protect the health and safety of its students through various aspects of life on campus but does not protect its students from secondhand smoke.
May 8, 2013 Moscow-Pullman Daily News
added May 9, 2013 18:03
The NATS questionnaire is built around KOI from each of the following four goal areas: Preventing initiation of tobacco use among young people Eliminating nonsmokers' exposure to secondhand smoke Promoting quitting among adults and young people Identi
May 7, 2013 CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added May 9, 2013 00:53
A health advocate called for a total ban on smoking at major airports nationwide yesterday after many areas of passenger terminals were found to have "second-hand" smoke levels two times higher than World Health Organisation (WHO) standards over 24 hours
May 8, 2013 The Nation (th)
added May 8, 2013 01:43
Nearly 4,000 deaths have been prevented in Ireland as a result of the smoking ban introduced in 2004, according to new research. Brunel University in London, DIT in Dublin and the Tobacco Free Research institute say that the lower death rate from smoking
Apr 29, 2013 Irish Examiner (ie)
added Apr 29, 2013 13:50
A little company called NJOY thinks it has finally designed an electronic cigarette that doesn’t look ridiculous. But would James Dean have smoked one?
Apr 28, 2013 New York Magazine
added Apr 28, 2013 23:32