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nonsmoker

(nŏn′smō′kər)
n.
One who does not smoke tobacco.
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Our recent results support second hypothesis that the level of impulsivity and educational performance (CGPA) are inversely correlated among smoker and non-smoker students.
Monthly premiums for non-smokers are an average of 24.5% cheaper than smokers, which, over the lifetime of the policy could save around GBP571, based on a policy for a 30 year old.
Among the anterior segment parameters, mean pachymetry measurements in smokers were 544.5 [+ or -] 39.9 [mu], while it was measured as 533.2 [+ or -] 26.1 [mu] in non-smokers. There was no statistically significant difference between these results (p=0.18).
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. Occasional users without a prescription can be classified as a standard 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.
Table 4 illustrates the comparison of midbuccal gingival thickness among smokers and non-smokers, which shows that midbuccal thickness in smokers (1.16 [+ or -] 0.40 mm) is higher than in non-smoker group (1.08 [+ or -] 0.42).
Non-smokers pay less for cover because they are less likely to die prematurely.
"Both aged 72 pictures are horrible - nobody wants to see how they will look in more than 42 years' time -but there is a distinctive difference in my appearance as a smoker and a non-smoker. If I was ever tempted to take up smoking, this would definitely be enough to put me off!" Proof then that rather than making you appear glam, smoking causes skin and hair to age faster, not to mention being a leading cause of mouth and throat cancer and other diseases.
"A non-smoker has the right to protect his health, as smokers have their rights that need to be protected."
To our knowledge, this is the first study to evaluate GCF meyloperoxidase level in periodontitis in smokers and non-smokers. In the present study, high level as GCF meyloperoxidase were observed in periodontitis patients and level were still higher in smokers as compared to non-smoker (Table 1, P<0.05).