General Article Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful

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Jacqueline Hamilton, University of York

Mice exposed to household fabrics contaminated with third-hand tobacco smoke showed changes in biological markers of health after only one month, a recent study found. After six months, the mice showed evidence of liver damage and insulin resistance, symptoms which usually

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