Tobacco companies have been ordered to stop the lies and inform the public of the dangers of smoking. They now have to run TV and newspaper ads that clearly outline the harmful effects of cigarettes, including secondhand smoke.
Public Health November 27, 2017
Pregnant women who were exposed to secondhand smoke as a child have increased risk of losing their pregnancy. What are other factors that can raise miscarriage risk?
Public Health January 12, 2017
Secondhand smoke has long been shown to be bad for the health. Now, researchers have found that simply being exposed prior to a pregnancy can put a woman’s baby at risk of impaired fetal brain development.
Healthy Living/Wellness January 8, 2017
Fewer teens may be smoking but secondhand smoke is still a widespread problem. As a result, even teens who don’t smoke face health risks.
LIFE January 11, 2016
Secondhand smoke is known for its bad effects on human health. In a new study, however, researchers have found that passive smoking can also cause serious health problems in pets, especially cats.
LIFE December 30, 2015
A study that involved 93,000 women linked passive and active smoking to early menopause and fertility issues. Women exposed to high tobacco smoke experienced early menopause up to two years in advance.
LIFE December 16, 2015
Researchers were able to discover that children with asthma living with smokers are twice as likely to get hospitalized compared to those who have no exposure. According to the authors, this study may help serve as a reminder to parents to stop exposing their kids to secondhand smoke.
LIFE September 26, 2015
Non-smokers inhaling secondhand smoke are 22 percent more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, a new study shows.
LIFE September 19, 2015
Stress in the workplace has long been recognized as detrimental to employees' health. A new study further investigated on this idea and found that workplace stress equates to the health effects of second hand smoke.
LIFE September 7, 2015
There are numerous negative effects associated with secondhand smoke. A new study has once again discovered a reason why nonsmokers should refrain from being exposed.
LIFE July 13, 2015
Exposure to secondhand smoke has already been proven to be bad for children but researchers are adding a new ill effect to the list: it increases risks of obesity.
LIFE June 22, 2015
Officials in Kanpur in northern India will implement the guidelines stated in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the Cigarette and Other Tobacco Products Act of 2003. The order will effectively restrict the sale and use of tobacco products in the city.
LIFE June 1, 2015
Secondhand smoke still a risk, especially for children, CDC says. More than 400 infants die each year from effects of secondhand smoke, experts say.
LIFE February 4, 2015
The verdict is in: there’s no better way to smoke. Smoking is smoking, whether you’re using cigars or cigarettes, according to a study.
LIFE November 10, 2014
While secondhand smoke from e-cigarettes is safer than that of traditional cigarettes by some measures, they emit worrisome levels of toxic metals, a study finds. Toxic chromium and nickel found in the smoke of the e-devices.
LIFE August 29, 2014
More research shows the dangers of smoking during and right after pregnancy. Researchers have found that the negative consequences of smoking may continue to affect children until their teenage years.
LIFE August 20, 2014
Because of the health hazards attached to secondhand smoke, nonsmokers may still not be safe from its effects such as premature births and childhood asthma. Now, what has been the effects of smoking ban in public places?
LIFE March 28, 2014
A recent study has found that non-smoking women continually exposed to secondhand smoke were at a higher risk of miscarrying than those who were not. Active smokers were also found to be at a higher risk of miscarriage, stillbirths, and ectopic tubal pregnancies.
LIFE February 28, 2014