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.
The Calabasas ordinance cited 52,000 nonsmokers killed each year by secondhand smoke, including 3,000 from lung cancer.
At the event, representatives from 67 SWAT chapters throughout Florida will meet for training sessions on how to educate people about the hazards associated with secondhand smoke, which according to published studies is the third-leading cause of preventable death in the United States, killing 53,000 nonsmokers every year.
It seems to me, as a nonsmoker, that the legal sound and fury about compensating smokers has egregiously ignored multitudes of nonsmokers, many of whom could probably present acceptable evidence that their health has been seriously harmed by secondhand tobacco smoke.