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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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Study 1 used the IRAP and self-report measures to investigate social attitudes toward smokers and nonsmokers in adults.
Similar study conducted by NS Neki et alPl where mean [+ or -] SD in smokers and nonsmokers were 181+28.
Editor's Note: "Additional large, well-conducted studies are needed to clarify whether metformin may be used to prevent lung or other cancers, particularly in specific subpopulations, such as nonsmokers," said Sakoda.
Statistical analysis comparing smokers with nonsmokers determined that smokers had a twice higher death rate (mortality rate ratio 1.
In addition, current smokers had a higher risk of MACE than did nonsmokers (P less than .
They found that, compared with nonsmokers, secondhand smokers had a higher measure of insulin resistance, a condition that can lead to Type 2 diabetes; higher levels of fasting blood glucose, or blood sugar; and a higher hemoglobin A1c, a measure of blood sugar control over the past three months.
What's more, nonsmokers making between $60,000 and $90,000 per year have higher well-being than smokers in the top income bracket.
Smokers also report more caffeine use than nonsmokers.
Older children whose parents smoke get bronchitis and pneumonia more often than the children of nonsmokers.
Significant differences in ratings of smokers and nonsmokers emerged on every individual dimension assessed.
Only smoke-free environments effectively protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke exposure in indoor spaces.
Peter Laurberg, a professor of endocrinology at Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark, reported on 140 subjects with spontaneous hypothyroidism; 42 were current smokers, 47 were previous smokers, and 51 were nonsmokers.