Home Smoking Bans and Urinary NNAL Levels to Measure Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Chinese American Household Pairs

Home smoking bans can reduce tobacco smoke exposure, but little is known about the impact for Chinese American household pairs. In this study of 202 household pairs with low acculturation, 53.9% reported a home smoking ban, 31.7% had inconsistent reports, and 14.4% reported no ban. With decreasing h...

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Main Authors: Emiley Chang, Melanie Dove, Anne Saw, Janice Y. Tsoh, Lei-Chun Fung, Elisa K. Tong
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2021-07-01
Series:International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Online Access:https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/18/14/7682