Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Public Bans Reduce Smoking at Home

Kate Kelland headlined in Reuters (February 14, 2012), "Public bans mean smokers also light up less at home."

She wrote: "Smoking bans in offices, restaurants and other public places don't drive smokers to light up more at home, but in fact prompt them to impose their own extra restrictions on the habit, according to a European study published on Tuesday."  Read the full story.