Indoor smoking bans reduce heart attack risk, studies show

10/16/2009 | ABC News

U.S. health experts said data from 11 studies show indoor smoking bans have reduced the rate of heart attacks by up to 47%. The report, created by the Institute of Medicine for the CDC, said the risk of heart attack has been reduced even among nonsmokers because they are not exposed to secondhand smoke.

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