Nonsmoker


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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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Nonsmokers showed a pro-nonsmoker bias, while smokers showed a relatively weak prosmoker bias, and this difference was significant, t(29) = -4.
Gay or bisexual men made up a much larger proportion of smokers (45%) than nonsmokers (30%).
In Vermont, another state with an active rate regulation strategy, the young male nonsmoker could pay as little as $665 per year -- for a policy with a $100,000 annual deductible -- and as much as $3,505 per year, for a policy with a deductible of just $3,500.
Table 1 Ratings of Personality Characteristics of Student Smokers and Nonsmokers from High School, College, and Professional School Students (1392) Smoker Nonsmoker M SD M SD t df p < Intelligence 2.
You are hurting not only your own health, but the health of anyone who breathes the smoke, including nonsmokers.
Obviously, every employer has all smokers, all nonsmokers, or a combination of both.
Nonsmokers are also exposed to mainstream smoke after the smoker exhales it.
Thrifty Rent-A-Car reserves a percentage of cars for nonsmokers at major locations around the country.
Linus Pauling, for example, notes that his daily consumption, as a nonsmoker, is 10,000 milligrams.