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Who smokes in smoke-free public places in China? Findings from a 21 city survey

Secondhand Smoke Exposure Among Nonsmoking Pregnant Women in New York City

Secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmokers nationally and in New York City

The Smoke of Great Cities: British and American Efforts to Control Air Pollution, 1860–1914

Exposure to Secondhand Smoke Among Nonsmokers in New York City in the Context of Recent Tobacco Control Policies: Current Status, Changes Over the Past Decade, and National Comparisons

“They Are Not Taking Cigarettes From Me . . . I’m Going to Smoke My Cigarettes Until the Day I Die. I Don’t Care If I Get Cancer”: Smoking Behaviors of Men Under Community Supervision in New York City

ELLISTON, George Sampson (1875 - 1954), DL; JP; Member of Corporation of City of London (Chief Commoner 1943); Director of printing and publishing companies; ex-Pres., Natl Smoke Abatement Society; Hon. Fellow, Soc. of Medical Officers of Health; Vice-Pres. Framlingham College, Suffolk; Vice-Pres. (emeritus) Royal Sanitary Institute

TYLECOTE, Frank Edward (died 1965), JP City of Manchester, 1934; Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Univ. of Manchester; Hon. Alderman, City of Manchester; Mem. Coun., Roy. Coll. of Physicians of London, 1938–41; Hon. Consulting Physician, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Macclesfield General Infirmary; Consulting Medical Officer, Williams Deacons Bank; Ex-Member Byssinosis Medical Bd; and pneumoconiosis and silicosis panels; ex-President National Smoke Abatement Society; Governor and Member of Council Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester; Court of Governors, Manchester Univ.; Medical Advisory Committee Asthma Research Council; Health Centres Sub-Cttee of Central Health Services Council of Ministry of Health; Standing Conference on investigation of atmospheric pollution


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This UK band from London, comprising Nina Miranda (vocals), Marc Brown (programming/turntables) and Chris Franck (b. 12 September 1968, Düsseldorf, Germany; guitar/keyboards), shot into the public eye when their atmospheric ...

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