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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nonsmoking youth are exposed to secondhand smoke (SHS) from tobacco, according to an August data brief published by the U.S.
CDC analyzed data from the 2015 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) Occupational Health Supplement to assess the prevalence of self-reported workplace SHS exposure among nonsmoking workers by smoke-free policy status in the workers' states of residence and in detailed industry categories and subcategories.
"What we found is that social influence matters - it leads nonsmoking friends into smoking and nonsmoking friends can turn smoking friends into nonsmokers," Steven Hs, an associate professor of sociology and demography at Pennsylvania State University said.
The increase in melatonin levels of smoking and non-smoking sportsmen immediately after the 2nd week of the training was on p<0.001 level in nonsmoking group.
Prior to implementing its nonsmoking policy, Guardian was spending an average of $1,583 on the turnover cost for a one-bedroom smoker's apartment--about three times the S514 spent to prepare a nonsmoker's one-bedroom unit for a new renter.
-- The combination of smoking and an active lifestyle was associated with significantly worse lung function than was the combination of nonsmoking and a sedentary lifestyle in blacks, on the basis of data from more than 3,000 participants in the Jackson Heart Study.
The mean percentages of predicted [FEV.sub.1] values in women in the nonsmoking nonsedentary, nonsmoking sedentary, smoking nonsedentary, and smoking sedentary groups were 95%, 94%, 89%, and 85%.
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As a result, a growing number of correctional systems, facilities and programs have nonsmoking policies.
Many parents may believe that they and their children are protected from ETS if they are seated in the nonsmoking section of their family's favorite restaurant.
I AM writing to you in support of and to hopefully further the nonsmoking position recently put forward in a letter published on August 16.
Does he know there's more lung cancer in non-smoking wives of smokers than in nonsmoking wives of nonsmokers?