Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Colorado public health researchers push for even tougher anti-smoking rules

Citizens and public health advocates want to impose new, airtight smoking restrictions at doorways, restaurant patios and open park space, bolstered by studies showing remarkable heart attack reductions in cities with strict laws

Denver Post Reporter Michael Booth looks at the Greeley Heart Study, the push for tougher secondhand smoke restrictions and restaurant group opposition.

Click HERE to read the full story.

Click HERE for a fact sheet on the Greeley Heart Study.

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