Sites about public policy issues related to secondhand smoke, also known as passive smoking and environmental tobacco smoke.
Health conference presents short summaries of recent research and experience in secondhand smoke policy and programs.
From the National Cancer Institute. Exposure measurement and prevalence, developmental toxicity (prenatal and postnatal), reproductive effects, respiratory health effects, carcinogenic effects, cardiovascular effects.
Report on the science, the industry's attack on the science, and the practical significance of secondhand smoke, from GASP of Colorado.
On December 8, 1995, the U.S. Department of Labor ruled that a hospital nurse's cancer death was due to her on-the-job exposure to secondhand smoke.
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