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Nonsmoker

A person who does not use tobacco products. A nonsmoker is entitled to a lower premium on health and life insurance because of the medical risks associated with tobacco.
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As of Wednesday, ashtrays had been removed from all taxis belonging to the two Kanagawa associations and nonsmoking signs were displayed in the cars.
Railway companies have responded to the law by setting up partitions and smoking areas or reinforcing the extraction mechanisms in smoking carriages, but have realized that some smoke still gets through into nonsmoking cars because of passenger movements.
According to the survey, the number of nonsmoking taxies grew to 5,867 as of April 1, about 1.
Trains to be all nonsmoking are those with less than two-hour traveling time, and they include the Narita Express connecting Narita Airport and Tokyo, the company said.
1, when the government is scheduled to scrap regulatory barriers to nonsmoking taxis, there is little likelihood of a dramatic change as neither taxi operators nor the government appear keen to promote nonsmoking cabs.
ANA will abolish smoking seats on its 47 international routes from March 28, and JAL will follow suit with 92 nonsmoking flights operating from April 1, officials of the airlines said.
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.
Secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure causes death and disease among nonsmoking adults and children (1).
The present study also found that the increase in the pulse rates of the smoking sportsmen in the pre-training and post-training periods was statistically significant when compared with nonsmoking sportsmen (p<0.
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.
As a result, a growing number of correctional systems, facilities and programs have nonsmoking policies.