Thirdhand Smoke Doesn’t Just Stick on Walls…Watch!

Consortium researchers discuss how thirdhand smoke residue sticks to just about any surface. Your couch, your clothes, your hands, or even your TV remote could be a source of thirdhand smoke…


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Children’s Hands Can Tell us if They were Exposed to Thirdhand Smoke

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

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