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Minnesota community college goes smoke-free

Cigarettes can have a negative impact on a smoker's health, but the smoke can be harmful to those around users as well. In an effort to improve the health of individuals on campus, administrators at Riverland Community College in Minnesota have banned smoking around the school, according to ABC affiliate KAAL-TV.

Terry Leas, the president of Riverland Community College, realized that it was becoming increasingly difficult to push for a healthier lifestyle while allowing smoking across campus. To give everyone peace of mind, Leas moved forward with plans to ban cigarette usage.

"I think its in the best interest of employees and students," Leas told the news source.

Cigarette smoke can be especially harmful to individuals who suffer from respiratory ailments such as asthma. Those who may have an adverse reaction to second-hand smoke may want to consider purchasing an air purifier to remove the toxins from the atmosphere.

The IQAir GC MultiGas Indoor Air Purifier is a system that can effectively eliminate harmful cigarette smoke chemicals from the air. With its HyperHEPA filter, the IQAir GC MultiGas Indoor Air Purifier can get rid of toxic airborne particles, such as vinyl chloride, trimethylamine, trihylamine and trichloroethylene.

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