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Check out these lesson plans about thirdhand smoke. There are resources for youth from 3rd-12th grade.
As climate changes makes wildfires more common, consider wildfire smoke residue.
A recent study found that pillows can be a simple way to measure thirdhand smoke exposure.
By understanding what people do not know about thirdhand smoke, we can better educate them.
Sunlight and cigarette smoke exposure are both bad for your skin, but when the two combine it is even worse.
A recent study by University of Cincinnati researcher Ashely Merianos found nicotine and NNK on surfaces in children’s homes even when caregivers banned smoking inside.
What do Turkish pediatricians think about thirdhand smoke?
Two neighboring businesses tried to support their community, but cigar smoke intrusion got in the way.
California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act Can Help Tenants in Multiunit Housing Avoid Second- and Thirdhand Smoke
California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act may help you breathe easier.
Disclosure laws can be confusing, but this guide can help.
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.
Is the Chemical Residue from Electronically Heated Tobacco Products Different from the Chemical Residue from Traditional Cigarettes?
E-cigarettes make toxic thirdhand smoke residue, too.
A recent University Technology Sydney study found e-cigarette residue has similar harms as traditional cigarettes.
If I want to avoid thirdhand smoke in my vehicle, what questions should I ask before buying a used car?
When people smoke in a car, thirdhand smoke residue builds up just the way it does in any indoor environment. However, a car is a much smaller space.
Even if no one around is currently smoking, you could be exposed to thirdhand smoke on that coffee date.
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.
As Germany plans to ban smoking in cars with children or pregnant women, the German newspaper, Die Zeit, asked experts to weigh in.