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Secondhnad Smoke = Obesity?

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Secondhnad Smoke = Obesity?

“For people who are in a home with a smoker, particularly children, the increased risk of cardiovascular or metabolic problems is massive,” - Benjamin Bikman, professor of physiology and developmental biology at Brigham Young University. A new study has revealed that children who are exposed to either secondhand smoke and/or air pollution have a much higher likelihood of being obese. The study conducted by Brigham Young University found virtually no difference in effects of secondhand smoke or air ...

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33 Schools & Counting

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33 Schools & Counting

ASH (Action on Smoking & Health) has reported that 33 colleges/universities are now fully free from tobacco money and the list continues to grow. To make the list, your school must be 100% free from getting any money whatsoever from tobacco. That means zero sales and, more importantly, zero money from events promoted by big tobacco. In 2010, 24.8% of college students categorized themselves as "current smokers." The number is alarming considering that the national adult average is just 18.1%. ...

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