Health Effects of Tobacco and Secondhand Smoke

"We think secondhand cigarette smoke can be annoying to nonsmokers and that nonsmokers have every right to avoid being exposed to secondhand smoke if they so choose."
Seth Moskowitz, R.J. Reynolds tobacco company (10/9/00)

Tobacco/Drug Trends -- NEW 1999 Release
Smoking Doubles Arthritis Risk
Smoking During Pregnancy and Criminal Outcomes
Smoking May Cause Breast Cancer
Dieting Helps Women Quit Smoking
Kids Who Smoke Risk Permanent Genetic Damage
USA Today Examines Why Smokers Can't Quit
Tobacco Companies Use of Poisons in Cigarettes
Elementary School Children Using Tobacco
Exercise Helps Smokers Quit
Tobacco Odor In Breast Milk Of Smokers
Smoking and Oral Contraceptives Tied To Heart Risks

Smoking Gun
Cigarette Smoking Linked To Miscarriages, Worse Than Crack Cocaine
Smokers Do Not Recognize Negative Health Effects Of Smoking
Smoking Does Not Prevent Weight Gain; and Smokers Who Quit Gain More Weight Than Nonsmokers

New Yorker Attitudes About Secondhand Smoke in Barrooms, 2005
State-Specific Attitudes About Secondhand Smoke: United States, 2000
Smokers Urged to Protect Kids
20% of Children Under 7 Forced to 'Smoke' While in Their Home
Smoking Restrictions Benefit Businesses
Policies to Reduce Exposure to ETS
Wendy's Goes Smoke Free in 2001
Friendship Heights Enacts Nation's Most Comprehensive Smoking Ban
Facts About Secondhand Tobacco Smoke
Secondhand Smoke More Than Just Annoying
Restaurant Smoking Bans Do Not Hurt Tourism
Secondhand Smoke Increases Stroke Risk by 82%
Secondhand Smoke Associated With Increased Risk Of Heart Disease
Bartenders Breathe Easier In Smoke-Free Bars and Taverns
  1. When Bars Say 'No' To Smoking
  2. Health of Bartenders Improves Rapidly When Bars Become Smoke-free
  3. Journal of the American Medical Association Abstract - December 9, 1998
Secondhand Smoke One Of Worst Forms Of Indoor Air Pollution
Continued Tobacco Industry Conspiracy Exposed
Brown & Williamson Violates Attorneys General MSA
Big Tobacco Threatens Drug Manufacturers
Big Tobacco Lobbyists in D.C.
Tobacco Companies Spent Record Amount On Lobbying In 1998
RJ Reynolds International Affiliate Pleads Guilty to Smuggling
Easy For Minors to Buy Tobacco Products Over Internet
Convenience Store Prostitution In Neighborhoods
Retailers Continue To Sell Cigarettes To Minors
Wal-Mart To Retrain Employees After Sting Operation
About Cigars
History of Cigars
Effects of Cigar Smoking on Health in Men
Cigars and Public Health
Editorial: Smoking Cigars Is Risky Business
Teen Cigar Smoking On The Rise In Florida

George W. Bush Soft on Tobacco
CDC's Best Practices for Tobacco Control
Few MDs Trained to Treat Deadliest Disease
TI Influence in Florida from 1979 to 1999
Youth Coalition Asks Stores To Remove Tobacco Ads
Newspapers Ban Tobacco Ads
Billie Jean King Elected To Philip Morris Board
IRS Allows Deductions For Smoking Cessation
June 8th PBS Special: Political Money and the Tobacco Industry
Baseball Fights Its Tobacco Traditions
Cal Ripken Sr, Former Smoker Dies Of Lung Cancer
A Personal War Against Tobacco
Smoking Prevalent In Cartoon Films
Cigarettes Cause 25% of All Fires in U.S.

Citizens for Clean Air and Clean Lungs

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