Tuesday, 29 May, 2012
Health Matters: Considering risks of passive smoking
Ahead of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, Dr. Michelle Wright looks at the health effects of passive smoking. She interviews Dr. Jean-Paul Humair, an expert in the field of smoking and smoking cessation who works at the University Hospital in Geneva. They discuss the results of research that Dr. Humair has been involved in—looking at the health effects of the smoking ban in public places that was introduced in Switzerland in 2010:
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