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'Non-smoking' hotel rooms may not protect you

15th May 2013
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A new study suggests a non-smoking room in a hotel with a partial smoking ban does not protect from harmful exposure to 'thirdhand' smoke.

Researchers Georg Matt and colleagues at San Diego University found smoking in hotels leaves a trail of smoke and also advised people to avoid hotels that have designated smoking areas.

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Article Information

Title: 'Non-smoking' hotel rooms may not protect you
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 24153
Date Added: 15th May 2013

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