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Indiana colleges look to revise campus smoking policies

Ball State, Purdue and Indiana State all describe themselves as smoke-free, but still have designated smoking areas outside dorms and main campus buildings. Kay Bales, vice president of student affairs at Ball State, said the school plans to become 100
The Times of Northwest Indiana
added Nov 28, 2012 14:27

North Dakota ban to snuff out smoking shacks

While Doyle says he will abide by the new rule, he sees it creating all kinds of issues – from his own customers having to smoke in a potentially more hazardous area (his parking lot) to the difficult time smokers will have finding a spot in downtown Far
Fargo (ND) InForum
added Nov 27, 2012 06:44

[UK] Hospital criticised for turning bike racks into a SMOKING shelter

Racks which hold around 60 bicycles are being removed from the grounds of Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge to make room for smokers to have a cigarette undercover.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 26, 2012 08:03

[UK] King's Lynn hospital unveils new smoking shelter after ban fails

Costing £17,000, the shelters are being installed five years after a smoking ban was put on the entire site which proved impossible to enforce. The new shelters, one of which is complete with ‘camouflage’ prints so it blends in to the background, have b
Eastern Daily Press (EDP) (uk)
added Nov 25, 2012 11:49

7 Airports that Don't Care about Your Lungs - Pictures

added Nov 22, 2012 06:11

Secondhand smoke a problem at five major airports, CDC says

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Denver International Airport and Salt Lake City International Airport. The CDC said these five airports account for 15
added Nov 22, 2012 05:47

Airport Smoking Areas Expose Travelers, Workers to Risk: CDC

Ventilating buildings and cleaning the air doesn't eliminate secondhand smoke exposure, study finds
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 21, 2012 15:39

[Utah] Study: Salt Lake City airport’s smoking areas don’t protect non-smokers

says the airport literally is sending passengers’ health up in smoke with such rooms. The airport disputes that, and contends that its system is more effective in protecting nonsmokers from secondhand smoke than total bans — which it says are often violat
Salt Lake Tribune
added Nov 21, 2012 15:37

[Georgia] CDC: Hartsfield-Jackson is one of seven large airports that allow indoor smoking

Atlanta (GA) Journal-Constitution
added Nov 21, 2012 15:28

Air travelers and employees at risk from secondhand smoke inside airports

Air pollution from secondhand smoke is five times higher outside smoking rooms and other designated smoking areas than in smoke-free airports
Consumer Affairs
added Nov 21, 2012 15:26
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