Study that included Reno reveals risk of secondhand smoke in casinos
A study on second-hand smoke in casinos, including several in Reno, reveals health risks even to occasional gamblers and particulates from gaming areas making their way into nonsmoking restaurants.
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#1 Mar 31, 2011
study,study,study,its bullshit,we all know that is kills,wht the hell is wrong with this country?
#2 Mar 31, 2011
I can't seem to access the journal online at the moment. I find it troubling that the article quotes casino managers regarding things like filtration systems (which even tobacco-industry-sponsored research showed to be an inadequate approach) without mention of the study's findings regarding such things. Too, it says that nonsmoking areas in the places with structural separation between smoking/nonsmoking areas showed the lowest levels. Does that mean more than that they are the driest fish in the pond? The author didn't tell us.
Clearly, this article was written with a bias toward casino owners and the status quo.
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