Drifting Tobacco Smoke Exposure Among Young Adults In Multiunit Housing

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which no one smokes inside have a 140% increase in Cotinine [a marker for cigarette smoke exposure] levels if they live in apartments compared with detached homes. Multiunit housing may be a significant source of secondhand smoke exposure for children, at levels associated with morbidity.

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Fresno County, smoking among adults has dropped from 17.9% to 14.3% from 1999 to 2009 and lung cancer deaths have decreased significantly since 1999. 2,3 Even if you don t smoke, every person pays for tobacco use.

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death syndrome (SIDS), among others. The 2014 U.S. Surgeon General s Report states that there is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke. More than 54% of Colorado adults who live in multiunit housing reported smoke drifting into their apartment. Secondhand smoke cannot be controlled using ventilation or air-cleaning systems,

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housing are particularly susceptible to SHS exposure in their homes due to smoke traveling through doorways, cracks in walls, and ventilation systems, as well as drifting throughout common areas.2 In El Paso County, 47% of adults living in multi-unit housing have reported smoke drifting into their home.3

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rental housing are exposed to SHS.1 Exposure to secondhand smoke from the burning of tobacco products has been linked to such avoidable health issues for nonsmoking adults and children as heart disease, lung cancer, stroke, severe asthma attacks, and poor respiratory health.2 With funding from the Centers for Disease

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Exposure in multi-unit housing can be as high as 65% when air comes from other units via ventilation and smoke drift. Drifting smoke is a commonly reported complaint in multi-unit housing. Smoke-free and tobacco-free multi-unit housing benefits include decreased apartment cleaning costs, fire risks and liability, and increased marketability.

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Smoke Drift Exposure among Nonsmoking RI Adult Multiunit Housing Residents, 2011 2015 Data Source: RI 2011-2015 BRFSS Figure 1. Secondhand Smoke Exposure among Nonsmoking RI Adults by Exposure Source, 2011 2015 Data Source: RI 2011-2015 BRFSS. Indoor Public Place asked in odd years; Home not asked in 2012

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occupied multiunit housing, Health Equity 3(1): 304-311, July 2019. Debchoudhury, I.; Farley, S.M., (Implementing smoke-free housing policies among multiunit housing owners in New York City between 2012 and 2015, Tobacco Use Insights

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Feb 11, 2021 11 including heart disease, stroke, and lung cancer in adults, and increased risk of severe asthma 12 attacks, respiratory infections, ear infections, and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in 1 King BA, Babb SD, Tynan MA, Gerzoff RB. National and state estimates of secondhand smoke infiltration among U.S. multiunit housing residents.

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Dec 13, 2010 exposure to tobacco smoke than children living in detached nonsmoking houses.8 Secondhand smoke hurts babies and children. Because their lungs and bodies are still developing, infants and children are hurt by secondhand smoke more than adults. Secondhand smoke exposure during and after pregnancy causes low

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devastating effects of secondhand tobacco smoke exposure.16 Smoke-free housing results in a safer, healthier living environment for everyone. Additionally, the adoption of smoke-free policies at home appears to promote anti-smoking attitudes among young people, and reduces the progression to smoking

LOUISA M. HOLMES

Workplace secondhand smoke exposure: a lingering hazard for young adults in California. Tobacco Control 26 (E1):e79-384. doi: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-052921. Holmes, Louisa M., Lucy Popova, and Pamela M. Ling. 2016. State of transition: Marijuana use among young adults in the San Francisco Bay Area. Preventive Medicine 90:11-6. doi:

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secondhand smoke exposure for children, and a major source for adults. 1 Moreover, individuals who reside in multiunit housing are particularly susceptible to secondhand smoke drifting between living units. In 2016, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development issued a

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Secondhand smoke is significantly more common in multi-unit housing than single-family homes in Broomfield and Boulder.5 Cigarette smoking, current high school students5 Electronic vapor device use, current high school students5 Exposure to secondhand smoke drifting into their home adults who live in multi-unit housing4 11% 31%

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means overall tobacco use is climbing among teens and young adults. Public interest in new tobacco products like e-cigarettes creates an opportunity for educating leaders and the public on the harms caused by these products as well as other tobacco products. Hookah Pens E-cigs Vape Pen Hookah / Waterpipe Cigars Increased Use of Electronic