CDC: Majority of households go smoke-free

05/25/2007 | Yahoo!

The number of U.S. households that were smoke free increased from 43% a decade ago to three out of four households as of 2003, the CDC reports. The report found Utah led the nation in smoke-free homes, with people in nearly nine out of 10 homes saying smoking was never allowed, compared to Kentucky, which came in last with slightly more than half of households banning smoking.

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