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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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In 2015, 19-9% of nonsmoking workers reported any exposure to workplace SHS during the 12 months before the interview; 10.1% reported frequent exposure.
It was found that the melatonin levels of the smoking students were lower than those of nonsmoking students.
The mean percentages of predicted FVC values in women in the nonsmoking nonsedentary, nonsmoking sedentary, smoking nonsedentary, and smoking sedentary groups was 94%, 92%, 89%, and 88%, respectively The differences between women in the nonsmoking sedentary and in the smoking nonsedentary groups were significant after adjustment for multiple variables.
Recognize that the health benefits of a nonsmoking environment for staff and offenders lead to decreased medical expenses for the correctional systems, facilities, and programs as well as the persons involved;
The corporate taxi association had been calling on the private taxis to join the nonsmoking policy ever since its decision in August because they thought implementation of the policy by corporate taxis alone might ''confuse'' passengers since one-third of the cabs in Tokyo are privately-owned.
The restaurants were exempt from the city's nonsmoking ordinance based on their managers' claims that they could meet smoke-free standards by using displacement ventilation.
The ward will also seek the cooperation of pedestrians in areas not designated as nonsmoking.
Sixty-four Japanese parliamentarians on Thursday gathered in the Diet to inaugurate an antismoking league aimed at promoting nonsmoking, legislating for separate nonsmoking areas in public places and posing restrictions on the sale of tobacco.
Marie required all eating establishments to become 50 per cent nonsmoking on Aug.
But the most striking result of prohibitionist malice is cultural: the establishment of a nonsmoking identity that, just a decade ago, did not exist.
Nonsmoking men in the highest blood pressure category also had an 80% greater MI risk than nonsmoking men in the lowest tertile.
The new risk assessment indicates risks as low as 4.1 additional cancers per billion for nonsmoking workers exposed to 0.1 ppm in an occupational environment.