A recent study from San Diego State University suggests that hand wipes are an easy, effective way to measure children’s exposure to thirdhand smoke.
56 Million Americans Don’t Know They’re Exposed to Tobacco Smoke – Thirdhand Smoke Could be to Blame
A recent University of Florida study found that 51% of nonsmoking people had signs of tobacco exposure.
A recent University Technology Sydney study found e-cigarette residue has similar harms as traditional cigarettes.
The new policy center hopes to provide data to drive policy change.
New research from a team led by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) zeroes in on carpets as an especially potent – and difficult to clean – reservoir of tobacco contaminants.
Think twice before smoking in your car.
A recent analysis conducted by more than 20 researchers from the Collaborative Research Consortium on Thirdhand Smoke show how smokefree policies overlook thirdhand smoke.
Listen to this episode of the Pet Chat podcast to learn how thirdhand smoke can harm your pets.
Esther Schiller served on the Thirdhand Smoke Policy Advisory for over three years, helping to guide and shape the work we do here at the Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center.