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His column, Bad Medicine, appears regularly on Live Science Christopher Wanjek is the Bad Medicine columnist for Live Science and a health and science writer based near Washington, D. He is the author of two health books, "Food at Work" (2005) and "Bad Medicine" (2003), and a comical science novel, "Hey Einstein" (2012).Black adults had significantly greater exposure rates than did whites in all age groups."This burden results in communities of color suffering relatively greater losses," both in health and economic potential to their communities and the nation, the researchers wrote.The UCSF researchers relied on date from several sources, including the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, the National Health Interview Survey, and the Multiple Cause of Death data file, which contains records of 2.4 million deaths.Christopher Wanjek is the author of a new novel, "Hey, Einstein![Never Too Late: 5 Habits You Should Still Quit] This is the first estimate of secondhand smoking deaths and economic impact based on serum cotinine, said the study's lead author, Wendy Max, professor of health economics at the UCSF School of Nursing.
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"It is true that smoking is banned in many public places and workplaces," Max said.
"However, our use of the biomarker indicates that people are still being exposed more than we realized. Studies show that even small amounts of secondhand smoke exposure may have a negative impact on health, particularly for people who are vulnerable for various reasons." The vulnerable include newborns, either exposed in the womb or after birth, and adults with existing heart and lung problems. Blacks accounted for 13 percent of all deaths, but up to 36 percent of infant deaths.
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The UCSF researchers took a fresh approach by basing their numbers on a chemical called cotinine in the blood, which is a byproduct of smoking proportional to the amount of exposure to tobacco smoke.