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Smoking in the entrances to bars increases the presence of nicotine inside Español

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SINC 12 June 2013 11:00

For the first time, a study has analysed the effects of the modification to the Spanish tobacco control law, implemented in 2011 in hospitality venues in Spain. The findings show that smoking on terraces and in the entrances to bars and restaurants increases the concentration of nicotine and particulate matter, which affects clients and hospitality professionals alike.

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España
Category SINC:
Earth and Space Sciences

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