Affiliation: University of California
- Cardiovascular effects of second-hand smoke help explain the benefits of smoke-free legislation on heart disease burdenJoaquin Barnoya
Department of Pediatrics, Unidad de Cirugia Cardiovascular de Guatemala, Guatemala
J Cardiovasc Nurs 21:457-62. 2006..However, cardiovascular function is partially recovered after SHS exposure ends. Given the evidence, cardiovascular nurses should advise their patients and relatives to avoid SHS exposure and demand smoke-free workplaces and homes...
- Secondhand smoke exposure in public places in Guatemala: comparison with other Latin American countriesJoaquin Barnoya
Department of Pediatrics, Unidad de Cirugia Cardiovascular de Guatemala, Guatemala City 01010, Guatemala
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 16:2730-5. 2007..To measure secondhand smoke levels in workplaces in Guatemala and to compare exposure to levels in other Latin American cities...
- Cardiovascular effects of secondhand smoke: nearly as large as smokingJoaquin Barnoya
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, Cardiovascular Research Institute, and Division of Cardiology, University of California, San Francisco 94143 1390, USA
Circulation 111:2684-98. 2005..This effect is larger than one would expect on the basis of the risks associated with active smoking and the relative doses of tobacco smoke delivered to smokers and nonsmokers...
- The tobacco industry and secondhand smoke: lessons from Central and South AmericaJoaquin Barnoya
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, Cardiovascular Research Institute, Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Ethn Dis 13:S88-90. 2003..Further delay in implementing smoke-free environments will only increase the burden of cardiovascular disease in both areas of the world...
- The tobacco industry's worldwide ETS consultants project: European and Asian componentsJoaquin Barnoya
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, Institute for Health Policy Studies, Cardiovascular Research Institute, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143, USA
Eur J Public Health 16:69-77. 2006..Only those countries in which the industry foresaw SHS restrictions were included. This paper describes the European and Asian components of the tobacco industry's worldwide ETS consultants program...
- Effective interventions to reduce smoking-induced heart disease around the world: time to actJoaquin Barnoya
Circulation 112:456-8. 2005
- The p53 tumour suppressor gene and the tobacco industry: research, debate, and conflict of interestAsaf Bitton
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143, USA
Lancet 365:531-40. 2005....
- Association of the California tobacco control program with declines in lung cancer incidenceJoaquin Barnoya
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, Cardiovascular Research Institute, Institute for Health Policy Studies, Box 1390, University of California, San Francisco 94143, USA
Cancer Causes Control 15:689-95. 2004..Since smoking also causes lung cancer, we investigated whether the program was associated with a decline in lung and other cancer incidence...
- Modifiable behavioral factors as causes of deathJoaquin Barnoya
JAMA 291:2941-2; author reply 2942-3. 2004
- Argentina: "non-smokers' dictatorship"Javier Saimovici
Tob Control 13:6. 2004
- Secondhand smoke and cardiologists: the missing linkJoaquin Barnoya
Int J Cardiol 93:331; author reply 333. 2004
- Secondhand smoke: the evidence of danger keeps growingJoaquin Barnoya
Am J Med 116:201-2. 2004
- Secondhand smoke exposure among women and children: evidence from 31 countriesHeather Wipfli
Institute for Global Tobacco Control, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 615 N Wolfe St, W6027, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
Am J Public Health 98:672-9. 2008....