ST. LOUIS — Ventilation systems in restaurants and bars don't protect employees or patrons from secondhand smoke, and venues with the systems had higher levels of nicotine in the air than sites without the devices, researchers in St. Louis said Wednesday.
St. Louis study finds smoking ventilation systems don't work
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