Smoking ban in cars protects children, but is vaping ‘The Elephant in the Car’?
作者: Christabella NgAlan Robert Smyth
刊名: Thorax, 2020, Vol.75 (4)
来源数据库: BMJ Publishing Group Limited
DOI: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2020-214660
关键词: Smoking cessationPaediatric lung disease
原始语种摘要: In March 2006, smoking in public places was banned in Scotland. The following year a similar ban was introduced in England—the last of the UK home nations to adopt this policy. At the time, some suggested that the ban might paradoxically increase children’s exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) in the home. Parents who were unable to smoke in public places, such as pubs or restaurants, might instead smoke at home, thereby increase their children’s exposure to ETS. This was termed the ‘displacement hypothesis’.1 However, a systematic review of studies analysing the effects, on children’s ETS exposure, of banning smoking in public places concluded that exposure is considerably reduced.2 This included data from children in Scotland, where ETS exposure was confirmed using salivary...
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影响因子:8.376 (2012)

  • hypothesis 假说
  • unable 无能力的
  • thereby 由此
  • smoke 灰云
  • exposure 暴露
  • ETS Electronic Timing Set
  • cessation 停止
  • salivary 唾液的
  • cotinine 可铁宁
  • tobacco 烟草