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This rule will protect the health of public housing residents, including many children, elderly and people with disabilities who are particularly susceptible to the health effects of secondhand smoke.
6 issue of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the study found that prevalence of secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmokers dropped from 52.
According to a survey, many buyers, including men and women, while purchasing various secondhand warm clothes at Old Anarkali, Dehli Gate, Ichhra, Main Lunda Bazaar, Empress Road and its adjoining areas, said the prices were continously increasing which were higher than the last year.
The more you are exposed to secondhand smoke-whether it was during your childhood or as an adult, at work or at home-the more likely you are to develop early signs of heart disease, the research said.
Altogether, annual deaths from secondhand smoke represent nearly 600,000 years of potential life lost an average of 14.
Those exposed to secondhand smoke either lived with smokers or spent time with smokers, for example in a designated smoking area.
Secondhand smoke exposure and cardiovascular effects; making sense of the evidence.
MOTORISTS buying a secondhand car could have it covered with a bumper-to-bumper guarantee until the year 2016.
MOTORISTS buying a secondhand car from next month could have it covered with a guarantee until 2016.
New developments, however, may stimulate another wave of asbestos litigation seeking to hold employers liable for the secondhand asbestos exposure of employees' household members.
Sales of secondhand motor vehicles in Japan slid 10.
Secondhand smoke is known to be associated with cardiovascular disease, which in turn is a known risk factor for dementia, but little research has examined the latter end point with regard to secondhand smoke.
The Japanese government has urged exporters of secondhand televisions and personal computer monitors to exert caution in shipping to Hong Kong any TVs and monitors which were manufactured more than five years ago, government officials said Saturday.
Smokers harm others as well as themselves through secondhand smoke.
LAST SUMMER, in a press release that accompanied his report on secondhand smoke, Surgeon General Richard Carmona claimed "even brief exposure to secondhand smoke" adversely affects the cardiovascular system and increases the risk of heart disease.