nonsmoking


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nonsmoking

(nŏn′smō′kĭng)
adj.
1. Not engaging in the smoking of tobacco: nonsmoking passengers.
2. Designated or reserved for nonsmokers: the nonsmoking section of a restaurant.
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To investigate whether moderate intake of SSCS initiates proinflammatory response and promotes oxidative damage in healthy, old mice, we tested hepatic lipid peroxide and vitamin E level and splenocyte interleukin-6 (IL-6) production in both nonsmoking and smoking mice.
Kanagawa Prefecture became Japan's third prefecture to make taxis nonsmoking after Oita and Nagano prefectures, according to the association.
Each JR company has been receiving complaints that the smell of cigarettes is noticeable even in nonsmoking coaches, but smokers have voiced opposition to measures to stop them smoking cigarettes or lighting up pipes.
The current, better-controlled study followed 165 newly wed, nonsmoking Chinese women through 625 menstrual cycles.
Smokers in their 30s and 40s are five times more likely than their nonsmoking peers to have a heart attack.
The researchers -- led by Rachel Royce, now at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, and Warren Winkelstein at the University of California, Berkeley -- discovered that the cigarette smokers in this group were nearly twice as likely to develop AIDS during the 56-month observation period than were their nonsmoking counterparts.
8 percent of all taxis operating in the country, and some drivers complain that passengers sometimes exit their cabs to avoid a nonsmoking policy.
said Friday it will make all cars of the ''Asama'' Nagano Shinkansen bullet trains and other expresses nonsmoking by the end of this year.
Catching a nonsmoking taxi has long been difficult in Japan, with less than 1% of cabs nationwide authorized to ban their customers from lighting up.
Japan's two major airlines have told their crews that they should refrain from smoking in cockpit, but the practice may be permitted if nonsmoking can pose a threat to safety, the two companies said Tuesday.
Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) said Wednesday all their international flights will be nonsmoking from next spring.
There is no wall between the nonsmoking and smoking seats, and nonsmoking passengers have often complained of cigarette smoke wafting into their area.