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Are people getting better about keeping their homes smoke-free?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Many people have smoke-free rules for their homes and cars. The amount of exposure to secondhand smoke in the U.S. varies by state. In this video, Robin Miller, MD shares which states have the least and greatest exposure to secondhand smoke.

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