San Diego State University Creates the Center for Tobacco and the Environment
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A live discussion hosted by ABC News about thirdhand smoke with Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center Director Dr. Georg Matt.
Kids Health, a nonprofit children’s health system founded in 1995, created a video to help parents understand the dangers of thirdhand smoke exposure–especially for kids. Watch their educational video.
In this video, researchers discuss how thirdhand smoke residue sticks to just about any surface.
California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act Can Help Tenants in Multiunit Housing Avoid Second- and Thirdhand Smoke
Do you live in California and have medical conditions made worse by from tobacco smoke intrusion? If you live in multiunit housing, you may be able to get help from California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act.
A team at the Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center examined home disclosure documents commonly used in San Diego to see how well they inform buyers about the smoking history of their potential home.
A recent study from San Diego State University suggests that nicotine on the hands of children is one of the most effective ways to measure children’s thirdhand smoke exposure over time and in different environments. In collaboration with colleagues at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, the researchers
56 Million Americans Don’t Know They’re Exposed to Tobacco Smoke – Thirdhand Smoke Could be to Blame
Over half of Americans who don’t smoke are exposed to tobacco, but only one-third are aware of it, according to a recent University of Florida study.
Is the chemical residue from electronically heated tobacco products different from the chemical residue from traditional cigarettes?
A recent study compared the effects of chemical residue from using electronically heated tobacco products to chemical residue from smoking on lung cells. It turns out that both kinds of chemical residue can damage lungs.