The chemicals in thirdhand smoke can affect the normal function of many parts of our body. Researchers at Nantong University’s Institute of Reproductive Medicine reviewed existing thirdhand smoke research to summarize the effects of thirdhand smoke chemicals on our livers, lungs, brains, and our immune and reproductive systems. By Leta...Read More
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In an effort to protect the health of musicians, venue operators, and music lovers from toxic tobacco pollutants, the American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation launched the Smokefree Music Cities campaign.
New York Fox5 news interviewed thirdhand smoke Consortium researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley regarding the health dangers of thirdhand smoke for people–especially children.
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Philip Galanes writes a Social Q’s column for The New York Times that offers “lighthearted advice about awkward social situations.” In one column, a subscriber recognizes the dangers of tobacco pollutants for children and posts a question about how to navigate her mother-in-law’s smoking around her newborn child. Click to read Mr. Galane’s helpful reply.
Ms. Jane E. Brody, a personal health columnist for The New York Times, wrote a powerful article diving deep into the harms of thirdhand smoke exposure for children.