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Costs of Smoking in the Workplace

During a 1-year period of exposure, non-smoking employees are more likely than unexposed employees to take time off sick and require treatment for respiratory problems (McGhee, et al., 2000).

Smoking costs the U.S. $75.5 billion in direct health care costs and $81.9 billion in lost productivity costs annually (ALA, 2003).

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