This series features the Consortium’s newly funded projects, which engage in groundbreaking research about the nature and health consequences of thirdhand smoke. Thirdhand smoke is
Many of us are aware of the dangers of thirdhand smoke in indoor environments, and often people who smoke try to reduce that risk by
This study investigated the chemicals in JUUL pods, looking at the impact of electronic cigarette use on the users and the surrounding environment.
This study used machine learning techniques to classify children into three different groups of reported tobacco exposure: no tobacco smoke exposure, thirdhand smoke exposure, and second- and thirdhand smoke exposure.
Since 2011, The California Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP) has supported the Collaborative Consortium on Thirdhand Smoke. The Consortium’s groundbreaking research into the nature and
A new report by the CDC confirmed what scientists and healthcare experts have been saying for years: the only way to protect casino workers and
Thirdhand smoke is the chemical residue from tobacco smoke. It is also called “tobacco smokeresidue” or “stale tobacco smoke.” The chemicals in thirdhand smoke are
A poll conducted by California’s Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center at San Diego State University found that three out of four Californians believe they should be
San Diego State University tobacco control researcher, Dr. Thomas Novotny, recently collaborated with colleagues to review the science behind what we know about the impacts