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Analyzing questionnaire responses from students in grades 6 through 12 in 2013, King and his colleagues found that 16 percent were exposed to secondhand smoke at home and 15 percent in. Even though fewer U.S. teens are smoking, secondhand smoke remains a big problem for them, a government study found. Nearly half of nonsmoking kids. MONDAY, Jan. 11, 2016 (HealthDay News)—Despite widespread laws banning smoking in public places, new research indicates nearly half of American teens who’ve never used tobacco are exposed to harmful secondhand smoke—many in their homes and family.

Nearly Half of Never-smoking Teens Report Secondhand Smoke Exposure New data from the CDC reveals that 48% of all middle and high school students surveyed who have never smoked still reported exposure to secondhand smoke. Despite widespread laws banning smoking in public places, new research indicates nearly half of American teens who’ve never used tobacco are exposed to harmful secondhand smoke many in their homes and family cars. Examining U.S. data from more than 18,000 middle school Half of Teens Exposed to Secondhand Smoke | Newsmax.com. Analyzing questionnaire responses from students in grades 6 through 12 in 2013, King and his colleagues found that 16 percent were exposed to secondhand smoke at home and 15 percent in a vehicle. Additionally, 17 percent reported secondhand smoke exposure at school, 27 percent at work and 35 percent in indoor and outdoor public areas.

Nearly half of U.S. teens are exposed to secondhand smoke from tobacco products such as cigarettes and cigars Almost 80% of teens who use tobacco themselves are around secondhand smoke Most common. CDC STUDY: Almost half of U.S. teens exposed to secondhand smoke (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Although most middle and high school students in. (CNN) Although most middle and high school students in the United States have never used tobacco, almost half of this group of never-smokers has been exposed to secondhand smoke.

Although most middle and high school students in the United States have never used tobacco, almost half of this group of never-smokers has been exposed to secondhand smoke, according to a study by.

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Meanwhile, according to an analysis of the 1999 National Youth Tobacco Survey, 13.4 percent of middle school students and 17.0 percent of high school students reported daily exposure to cigarette smoke while they were in a car (Farrelly et al. 2001).

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The WHO (2016) identified that almost half of children are regularly subjected to cigarette smoke in public places and that second-hand smoke causes more than 600,000 premature deaths, and that in 2004 children accounted for 28% of the deaths linked to second-hand smoke.

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On the other hand, of those teenagers who are in families where at least one member smokes, 24.9 percent smoke.

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In the UK, roughly one-third of all adults under the age of sixty-five light up, while approximately 42 percent of people under sixty-five are exposed to tobacco smoke at home.3 Twelve times more British people have died from smoking than died in World War II.

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More than 24 million children in the United States, or about 37%, have been exposed to secondhand smoke (American Lung Association [ALA], 2016).

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Evidence suggests that as smoking is socially reinforced, adolescents of smoking parents are 80 per cent more likely to commence smoking than those who live in non-smoking households (ONS, 2017).

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014b), about 88 million nonsmoking U.S. residents over the age of 3 are exposed to secondhand smoke at home, in vehicles, at work, and in public places each year.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014b), about 88 million nonsmoking U.S. residents over the age of three are exposed to secondhand smoke at home, in vehicles, at work, and in public places each year.

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About 60% of children, aged 3 to 11 years, are exposed to secondhand smoke.

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More than 31% of teenagers who had seen 150 or more instances of actors smoking on film had tried smoking themselves, as compared to about 5% of teens who had seen 50 or fewer tobacco-related scenes.

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  • To me instead of all the politicians arguing and getting nowhere, a law should be passed and enforced that it’s child abuse to smoke in a home with innocent children who are helpless to do anything about it! Or to expose them to any and all second hand smoke! I should know because my father smoked 5 packs a day in the early 1960’s while my grandmother across the street smoked 4. I don’t accept what I was told over and over again that “Nobody knew” the harmful effects way back then because if a 5 year child consistently told her father and grandmother that the smoke made her feel sick and that she couldn’t breathe while both of them hacked away all of the time, well I just don’t buy the bullshit I was told. Now as I struggle to breathe and have never smoked a day in my life but still have severe lung damage and COPD, my father and his wife become “very irate and upset and insulted” when I dare to mention that his smoking caused it. By the way my grandmother died at the age of 56.

  • Please, the Governments love smokers too, it’s all an excuse to pretend they care while getting away with taxing the shit out of it and getting their cut of Billions, why not at least pass law to require only pure tobacco in cigarettes and make all the poisonous chemicals added illegal?!?!

  • When people are buying cirrgerts they are paying for there death. All it is doing is killing you. The government does it so people would stop but it has not stoped. If your around someone smoking don’t breath it in much. Or don’t just smoke at all.

  • PARENTS!! HELLO!!!!! KEEP YOUR CHILDREN OUT OF THE BARS AND AWAY FROM IT!!!!!!! STUPID!!!!!!!!!! BE A PARENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • My dad was angry at me for coughing while their were smoking, so they blew their smoke in front of me and my siblings laughed. My mom (only good person) said to stop

  • That’s exactly why I’m Australia it’s illegal to smoke in the car without the consent of the passengers or if the passengers are under 18!:)

  • I have this problem too with my husband he just won’t stop! I hate him for exposing me (to think I’m currently pregnant) When I give birth soon I’m planning to stay at my mom’s house so my newborn baby won’t get exposed to 2nd hand smoke. I have a colleague and her baby recently died since being exposed to smoke caused her to have a sudden infant death syndrome