This partial bibliography of studies is provided for informational purposes only. It should not be considered to replace medical advice from your physician, nor should it be considered as a list of every existing study on this topic. The ANR Foundation is unable to provide copies of any of the studies. Links to either the study’s abstract or full text are provided when available. The citations referenced below are presented without comment regarding the source, including any potential conflict of interest. Due diligence is recommended in researching the source of any given study before relying on its conclusions.
Park, J.; Bae, S., “Modeling healthcare costs attributable to secondhand smoke exposure at home among South Korean children,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17(12): 4496, June 23, 2020.
McGeary, K.A.; Dave, D.; Lipton, B.; Roeper, T., “Impact of comprehensive smoking bans on the health of infants and children,” American Journal of Health Economics 6(1): 1-38, Winter 2020.
Yao, T.; Sung, H.Y.; Wang, Y.; Lightwood, J.; Max, W., “Healthcare costs of secondhand smoke exposure at home for U.S. children,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine
56(2): 281-287, February 2019.
Yao, T.; Sung, H.Y.; Wang, Y.; Lightwood, J.; Max, W., “Healthcare costs attributable to secondhand smoke exposure at home for U.S. adults,” Preventive Medicine 108: 41-46, March 2018.
Lee, J.; Han, A.R.; Choi, D.; Lim, K.M.; Bae, S., “Modeling lifetime costs and health outcomes attributable to secondhand smoke exposure at home among Korean adult women,” BMJ Open 7(5): e013292, May 17, 2017.
Yao, T.; Sung, H.Y.; Mao, Z.; Hu, T.W.; Max, W., “The healthcare costs of secondhand smoke exposure in rural China,” Tobacco Control 24(e3): e221-e226, October 2015.
Mason, J.; Wheeler, W.; Brown, M.J., “The economic burden of exposure to secondhand smoke for child and adult never smokers residing in U.S. public housing,” Public Health Reports 130(3): 230-244, May-June 2015.
Max, W.; Sung, H.Y.; Shi, Y., “The cost of secondhand smoke exposure at home in California,” Tobacco Control 24(2): 205-210, March 2015.
Max, W.; Sung, H.Y.; Shi, Y., “Childhood secondhand smoke exposure and ADHD-attributable costs to the health and education system,” Journal of School Health 84(10): 683-686, October 2014.
King, B.A.; Peck, R.M.; Babb, S.D., “Cost-savings associated with prohibiting smoking in U.S. subsidized housing,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine [Epub ahead of print], April 16, 2013.
Saywell, R.M.; Zollinger, T.W.; Lewis, C.K.; Jay, S.J.; Spitznagle, M.H., “A model for estimating the economic impact of secondhand smoke exposure: a study in Indiana,” Journal of Public Health Management and Practice[Epub ahead of print], March 6, 2013.
Morishima, T.; Imanaka, Y.; Otsubo, T.; Hayashida, K.; Watanabe, T.; Tsuji, I., “Burden of household environmental tobacco smoke on medical expenditure for Japanese women: a population-based cohort study,” Journal of Epidemiology [Epub ahead of print], November 24, 2012.
Batscheider, A.; Zakrzewska, S.; Heinrich, J.; Wenig, C.M.; Menn, P.; Bauer, C.P.; Hoffmann, U.; Koletzko, S.; Lehmann, I.; Herbarth, O.; von, B.A.; Berdel, D.; Kramer, U.; Schaaf, B.; Wichmann, H.E.; Leidl, R., “Exposure to second-hand smoke and direct healthcare costs in children — results from two German birth cohorts, GINIplus and LISAplus,” BMC Health Services Research [Epub ahead of print], October 2, 2012.
Repace, J.; Zhang, B.; Bondy, S.J.; Benowitz, N.; Ferrence, R., “Air quality, mortality, and economic benefits of a smoke-free workplace law for non-smoking Ontario bar workers, Indoor.Air [Epub ahead of print] September 24, 2012.
Max W.; Sung H.Y.; Shi Y., “Deaths from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States: economic implications,” American Journal of Public Health [Epub ahead of print], September 20, 2012.
Printz, C., “New smoke-free laws and increased tobacco taxes would have nationwide impact,” Cancer 119(23): 5247-5249, December 1, 2011.
Cancer Action Network, “Saving lives, saving money: a state-by-state report on the health and economic impact of comprehensive smoke-free laws,” American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), 2011.
Levy, D.E.; Rigotti, N.A.; Winickoff, J.P., “Medicaid expenditures for children living with smokers,” BMC Health Services Research 11: 125, 2011.
Plescia, M.; Wansink, D.; Waters, H.R.; Herndon, S., “Medical costs of secondhand-smoke exposure in North Carolina,” North Carolina Medical Journal 72(11): 7-1, January-February, 2011.
Hauri, D.D.; Lieb, C.M.; Rajkumar, S.; Kooijman, C.; Sommer, H.L.; Roosli, M., “Direct health costs of environmental tobacco smoke exposure and indirect health benefits due to smoking ban introduction,” European Journal of Public Health [Epub ahead of print], October 6, 2010.
Satter, D.E.; Roby, D.H.; Smith, L.M.; Wallace, S.P., “Costs of smoking and secondhand smoke exposure in California American Indian communities(anniversary report),” Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, October 2010.
Waters, H.R.; Foldes, S.S.; Alesci, N.L.; Samet, J., “The economic impact of exposure to secondhand smoke in Minnesota,” American Journal of Public Health 99(4): 754-759, April 2009.
[n.a.], “The economic impact of smoke-free policies on business and health,” Indianapolis, IN: Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Center for Health Policy, March 2009.
Sutton, B.S.; Zollinger, T.W.; Saywell, Jr, R.M., “Estimating the economic impact of secondhand smoke in Marion County, Indiana,” [Indiana University Bowen Research Center], March 2009.
Lightwood, J.M.; Coxson, P.G.; Bibbins-Domingo, K.; Williams, L.W.; Goldman, L., “Coronary heart disease attributable to passive smoking: CHD policy model,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36(1): 13-20, January 2009.
Pfannenschmidt, S.; Wansink, D., “North Carolina’s secondhand smoke healthcare cost burden,” Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Clinical Informatics Department, 2009.
Zollinger, T.W.; Saywell, Jr., R.M.; Muegge, C.M.; Przybylski, M.J., “Estimating the economic impact of secondhand smoke on Indiana in 2007,” Smokefree Indiana; Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Agency, June 2008.
Davis, M.E., “The economic burden of childhood exposure to secondhand smoke in Maine,” Orono, ME: University of Maine, School of Economics, October 2007.
[n.a.], “Health care costs and secondhand smoke: the bottom line,” Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, February 2007.
Miller, T.; Rauh, V.A.; Glied, S.A.M.; Hattis, D.; Rundle, A.; Andrews, H.; Perera, F., “The economic impact of early life environmental tobacco smoke exposure: early intervention for developmental delay,” Environmental Health Perspectives 114(10): 1585-1588, October 2006.
McGhee, S.M.; Ho, L.M.; Lapsley, H.M.; Chau, J.; Cheung, W.L.; Ho, S.Y.; Pow, M.; Lam, T.H.; Hedley, A.J., “Cost of tobacco-related diseases, including passive smoking, in Hong Kong,” Tobacco Control 15(2):, April 2006.
Waters, H., “The economic impact of secondhand smoke in Maryland,” Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, February 11, 2006.
Uccello, C.E., “Costs associated with secondhand smoke,” Washington, DC: American Academy of Actuaries, 2006.
University of Maryland, College Park, “Environmental tobacco smoke exposure costs nearly $10 million per year,” Cesar Fax 14(48): 1 , November 28, 2005. Abstract Unavailable.
Behan, D.F.; Eriksen, M.P.; Lin, Y., “Economic effects of environmental tobacco smoke,” Society of Actuaries, March 31, 2005.
Ong, M.K.; Glantz, S.A., “Cardiovascular health and economic effects of smoke-free workplaces,” American Journal of Medicine 117(1): 32-38, July 1, 2004.
Zollinger, T.W.; Saywell, Jr., R.M.; Overgaard, A.D.; Holloway, A.M., “The economic impact of secondhand smoke on the health of residents and employee smoking on business costs in Marion County, Indiana for 2000,” Marion County Health Department, February 2002.