nonsmoker

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nonsmoker

(nŏn′smō′kər)
n.
One who does not smoke tobacco.
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Of the non-smokers in Dudley, 18.6 per cent had kicked the habit and 68.4 per cent had never lit up.
He added the move was not to confront with smokers but rather to give room to 85 per cent non-smokers to express their rights, and also to convince smokers to quit smoking.
Previous research has suggested a link between passive smoking and hypertension in non-smokers. But most studies were small, restricted to women, and used self-reported questionnaires in which respondents typically over-report never-smoking.
Gulf News speaks to smokers, non-smokers, HR and a pulmonologist
The results showed that 3.5% of the smokers, 26.8% of the ex-smokers and 41.6% of the non-smokers affirmed that the fact that a person smoked would have a negative influence on them when it came to initiating a casual, intimate relationship.
Controls (non-smokers) had no history of diabetes mellitus, and their random blood sugar was 100-140 mg/dl.
Not only that, the health official revealed that smokers die an average of 15 years earlier than non-smokers and that half of tobacco related deaths occur between the ages of 30 and 69.
According to a study, smokers consumed around 200 more calories a day, despite eating significantly smaller portions of food, than non-smokers or former smokers.
The researchers found that smokers consumed around 200 more calories a day, despite eating significantly smaller portions of food, than non-smokers or former smokers.
2014, 28) and examine smokers' intentions to quit or reduce the cigarettes they consume, their likely tobacco purchases, and their motivation not to experiment with (non-smokers) or resume (former smokers) smoking.
However, non-smokers in Japan have complained that they work longer hours than their colleagues who take such breaks, and should be compensated more.