nonsmoking


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non·smok·ing

 (nŏn′smō′kĭng)
adj.
1. Not engaging in the smoking of tobacco: nonsmoking passengers.
2. Designated or reserved for nonsmokers: the nonsmoking section of a restaurant.
Translations

nonsmoking

[ˈnɒnˈsməʊkɪŋ] adj (person) → che non fuma; (area, section) → per non fumatori
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After 2 weeks of housing, the mice were randomly divided into four groups with 12 mice in each group: group I, nonsmoking group fed control diet; group II, nonsmoking group fed multiple antioxidants diet; group III, 30-min SSCS exposure fed control diet; group IV, and 30-min SSCS exposure fed multiple antioxidants diet.
The risk that a nonsmoking woman will develop lung cancer may depend in part on whether her husband smokes, but not on her childhood exposure to a smoking parent.
About 14,000 taxis belonging to two major associations in Kanagawa Prefecture went nonsmoking Wednesday, the first time taxis have done so in the Tokyo metropolitan area, the associations said.
Healthy nonsmoking volunteers working with researchers from Brigham Young University, Harvard University, and the University of Utah spent equal time in the smoky cubicle at Salt Lake International Airport and a smoke-free section of the airport [EHP 109:711-716].
Kadunce and his colleagues have found that men and women who smoke are more prone to facial wrinkling than their nonsmoking peers.
The new policy, which the association says would be the first in a major Japanese city, stems from health concerns for nonsmoking drivers over secondhand smoke and growing moves toward nonsmoking on public transport, according to the association.
The focus of their study was to compare the characteristics of two subsets of nonsmoking adult women in four areas of Italy: those who were exposed to ETS through their husbands' smoking and those who were not exposed, being married to nonsmokers.
Sheps at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill focused on 20 healthy men aged 19 to 44 who smoked an average of 23 cigarettes daily, and five nonsmoking men in the same age range.