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fumes

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cigarette

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smoulder

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puff on

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preserve

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go up in smoke

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a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

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a hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion

an indication of some hidden activity

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something with no concrete substance

tobacco leaves that have been made into a cylinder

the act of smoking tobacco or other substances

(baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity

inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes

emit a cloud of fine particles

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Respiratory health effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.
It seems premature to conclude that environmental tobacco smoke causes death from coronary heart disease and lung cancer.
The trial of the suit brought by the family of Burl Butler for his exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) has been postponed to allow for new defendants to be added to the action in Mississippi state court.
Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a complex mixture of chemicals generated during the burning and smoking of tobacco products.
Genetic predisposition and exposure to various environmental agents, such as environmental tobacco smoke, endotoxins, and indoor allergens, especially during early childhood, have been reported as risk factors for the development of sensitivities to inhaled allergens and the development and exacerbation of asthma.
Have you ever declared environmental tobacco smoke to cause disease?
Second-hand smoke or environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is increasingly being recognized around the world as a serious but preventable public health risk.
The FCTC addresses tobacco advertising and sponsorships, tax and price increases, labeling, illicit trade, and environmental tobacco smoke.
A prisoner brought an action against a prison alleging deliberate indifference to his exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in violation of the Eighth Amendment.
What building owners and managers, and our tenants, need is more research into the causes of indoor air quality complaints, such as environmental tobacco smoke, and guidance on the elimination of these contaminants from the workplace, rather than a regulatory proposal that simply 'manages' the problem.
5 million in compensatory damages to a flight attendant who claimed exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke caused her chronic sinusitis.
The appeals court held that at the time the inmates brought the action it was clearly established that prison officials could violate the Eighth Amendment through deliberate indifference to inmates' exposure to levels of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) that posed an unreasonable risk of future harm to the inmates' health.
Researchers at the University of Puerto Rico have shown that even very low exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) can significantly reduce concentrations of ascorbate (a form of the antioxidant vitamin C) in children.
Researchers from the University of California, Davis, have found that children with sickle cell disease who were exposed to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) at home had more than twice as many episodes of pain (known as "crises") as sickle cell patients who were not exposed.
Second-hand smoke or environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a well-recognized health risk particularly to children and people with asthma.
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