SMOKING OUT THE FACTS IN FLIGHT

1990-11-00

Article regarding the issue of air quality on airplanes. Presents the different arguments, that secondhand smoke is bad for you and that it has no measurable effect and discusses the valid points of each side. Concludes with an assessment that there has not been enough scientific evidence to prove that secondhand smoke is dangerous.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
DRAKE,J
HOLCOMB,L
SURGEON GENERAL
PM
AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC TEAM
HOLCOMB ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES GROUP
JAPAN AIR LINES
LUFTHANSA
NAS, NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NIOSH, NATL INST FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH
REED TRAVEL GROUP
UN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
US FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30023
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