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Environmental tobacco smoke exposure in public places of European cities
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    Why does press ignore these results?

    The highest nicotine concentrations of this study have been found in Austria. Some background for this is given by Most amazing, however, was that these results had been presented to the Austrian press without causing a reaction. A study of Moshammer et al. (2004) Int.J.Hyg.Environ.Health 207, 4, 337-343 even showed high correlations of nicotine with active particle sur...

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