- Secondhand smoke kills 38,000 non-smoking Americans each year.
- Secondhand smoke is a leading cause of preventable death in the U.S.
Freedom to Breathe
2007 provisions of the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act and related resources, fact sheets and compliance information
Research collaboration surveying youth and adults about secondhand smoke
Secondhand smoke surveillance, policy recommendations and discussion
Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation Program
Studies, materials, funding opportunities and other information from the Association of Nonsmokers - Minnesota
Live Smoke Free Program
Landlord and tenant guidance and information on smoke-free housing from the Association for Nonsmokers - Minnesota
Smoke Free Housing
Landlord and tenant guidance and information on smoke-free housing from the American Lung Association of Minnesota
Minnesota Public Health Data Access
Find data about public health and risk factors that impact public health on Minnesota Public Health Data Access, a web-based data access portal. The portal includes data on secondhand smoke (SHS), also known as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)
Highlights and statistics from this 2006 report on secondhand smoke
This excerpt highlights the serious health risks that secondhand smoke exposure poses to children and the need to extend the same protections to them that many U.S. adults already enjoy.
CDC information on secondhand smoke exposure, health effects and smoke-free initiatives
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) materials and resources for smoke-free homes and cars
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