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nonsmoker

(nŏn′smō′kər)
n.
One who does not smoke tobacco.
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7] Since there are fewer studies on effect of smoking habit on lipid peroxidation and ECG pattern, the present study was undertaken to evaluate the lipid peroxidation by estimating the malondialdehyde (MDA) levels in smokers and non-smokers and compare the ECG changes in chronic healthy smokers as well as chronic smokers suffering from ischemic heart disease (IHD) to identify the hemodynamic markers of cardiac stress leading to development of CAD.
Moreover, 1,414 oocytes were collected from non-smoker couples while 1,280 oocytes were collected from smoker couples.
If smokers wish to smoke I prefer it if they do their smoking outdoors or in a designated place where they are not going to force their habit on non-smokers.
DBP of light smokers and non-smokers did not differed very much.
The first and second order factors of impulsivity in smoker would prevail higher than non-smoker students.
uA Lincoln Benefit: If a prescription is shown on one's medical records and usage is stated on the application, applicants could be classified as a non-smoker.
Table 1--Smoker versus non-smoker odds ratio for males and the most frequent anatomical sites for dysplastic and non-dysplastic lesions.
Table 1 displays the differences in demographic characteristics between smokers and non-smokers, with non-smokers being older, less likely to be male and more likely to be married as compared to daily smokers.
10-15 years: Your risk of developing lung cancer is almost the same as a non-smoker.
Control group consisted of non-smoker patients with clinically healthy gingiva and experimental group included smoker patients with gingivitis according to CDC (Centre for Disease Control) criteria for current smokers6- those patients who have smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and have smoked at the time of interview.
Of course, smoking can kill the smoker, we all know that, but I once read about a professor who has studied passive smoking to reveal that if a non-smoker spent many years in the company of a heavy smoker, they would only inhale a short supply of nicotine.