Headlines Tagged with Vehicles/Travel — 3,617 headlines found
Conclusions Clean indoor air laws provide the additional benefit of encouraging voluntary adoption of smokefree rules in homes and cars.
Oct 10, 2013 Tobacco Control
added Oct 11, 2013 11:41
The ordinance failed 4-3. Council President Byron Buker, Mark Scherschel, Adele Bowden-Purlee and Judy Carlisle voted against it. Pat Robbins, Michele Murphy and Julie Hewetson voted in favor. State law already bans smoking in most public places except
Oct 9, 2013 WBIW 1340 AM (Bedford, IN)
added Oct 9, 2013 12:39
two young women drove up and parked in front of me, with cigarettes hanging from their mouths … windows up … and two car seats nestled in the back seat. One contained a toddler whose mother placed her in the cart with the cigarette still hanging from her
Oct 6, 2013 Carroll County (MD) Times
added Oct 6, 2013 06:16
South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai has announced that it will replace cigarette lighter sockets with USB power points in cars made for the domestic market.
Oct 4, 2013 Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Oct 6, 2013 07:13
[UK] UPDATED: Unhappy taxi drivers plan talks with council chiefs over 'Draconian' e-cig licensing conditions
“If a driver or a passenger is caught with an electronic cig in the cab we get punished under the smoke free regulations and fined £50 for breaking the law which we understand. Yet for a first offence we are put in front of the licensing committee and fa
Oct 2, 2013 St Helens Star (uk)
added Oct 4, 2013 10:45
Tamariki Maori are still being exposed to secondhand smoke in cars at greater rates than other children.
Oct 2, 2013 Waatea News (nz)
added Oct 2, 2013 17:17
the two-inch long cylinder of plastic and red-hot metal first arrived in 1925, ahead of the golden age of both smoking and driving, and survived the advent of the portable lighter, electronic dashboards and the rollout of high-tech in-car entertainment.
Oct 2, 2013 Financial Times (uk)
added Oct 2, 2013 13:54
The Otago University research, led by department of public health professor Richard Edwards, found 23 per cent of 14 and 15-year-olds were affected by second-hand smoke in vehicles during a given week.
Sep 30, 2013 New Zealand Herald (nz)
added Oct 4, 2013 09:31
New research published in a leading international journal shows young people’s exposure to secondhand smoke in cars in New Zealand remains high, particularly among Māori and Pacific people, low socio-economic groups and those whose parents smoke.
Sep 30, 2013 Scoop (nz)
added Sep 29, 2013 20:20
An annual survey of 25,000 year 10 students over the last seven years found 23%of children were still being exposed to second hand smoke. Over half of the group were being exposed three or more times a week.
Sep 30, 2013 Radio Network (nz)
added Sep 29, 2013 20:19