Boyle County

Total Population, 2012
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

313,914,040 4,380,415 28,658
Percent of Adults who Smoke, 2008-2010
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

* Data for counties with fewer than 50 respondents have been suppressed.

N/A 27% 33%
Percent of High School Students who Smoke, 2007
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

23% 25% 32%
Percent of Births to Mothers who Smoked During Pregnancy, 2009
USA Kentucky Boyle

KIDS COUNT Data Center:

10% 24% 27%
Percent of Adults with Asthma, 2008-2010
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

* Data for counties with fewer than 50 respondents have been suppressed.?

N/A 13% 18%
Heart Disease Death Rate (per 100,000), 2003-2007
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

N/A 224.0 222.9
Cancer Death Rate (per 100,000), 2006-2010
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

202.0 207.0 208.0
Lung/Bronchus Cancer Death Rate (per 100,000), 2006-2010
USA Kentucky Boyle

Kentucky Health Facts:

55.0 73.0 83.0
Oral Cavity & Pharynx Cancer Incidence Rate (per 100,000), 2006-2010
USA Kentucky Boyle

National Cancer Institute:

* Data has been suppressed to ensure confidentiality and stability of rate estimates. Counts are suppressed if fewer than 16 cases were reported in a specific area-sex-race category.

10.8 13 16.3
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Danville, KY City Ordinance

Type of Law: 100% Smoke-free Workplaces and Enclosed Public Places. All enclosed public places and places of employment including facilities and vehicles owned or operated by the City and seating areas of all outdoor arenas and stadiums.

Where Smoking is Not Prohibited: Private residences, except when used as childcare, adult day care or health care facility; hotel and motel rooms rented to guests (not more than 20%, and all smoking rooms on the same floor must be contiguous); outdoor areas of places of employment; retail tobacco stores, and private clubs and businesses that have no employees except when being used for functions to which the general public is invited.

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Danville Bans Trendy E-cigarettes though Public Risks Unproven

THE ADVOCATE MESSENGER | TODD KLEFFMAN | JUNE 1, 2014 Today, you can take a puff from an electronic cigarette just about anywhere in Danville. Tomorrow, however, such puffing will be illegal in most indoor locations.


Danville Amending Smoking Ban Ordinance to Include E-Cigarettes

THE ADVOCATE MESSENGER | PAM WRIGHT | APRIL 29, 2014 Danville City Commission voted Monday to approve first reading of an ordinance amending an existing smoking ban to include electronic cigarettes.


As Smoke-Free Date Looms, Cessation Program Ramps Up

THE EASTERN PROGRESS | KELLI STOKES | FEBRUARY 6, 2014 With Eastern’s campus slated to go tobacco-free this June, the university’s smoking cessation programs could see an increase in activity over the next few months, university officials said.


CVDHD Makes Push for Smoke-free Policy

MIDDLESBORO DAILY NEWS | ANTHONY CLOUD | NOVEMBER 25, 2011 | Thirty-one Kentucky communities now have smoke-free laws or regulations and the Cumberland Valley District Health Department hopes to see Bell County join the list. Places such as Boyle, Lexington-Fayette, and Madison have been successful in establishing a smoke-free ordinance.


AHEC Programs Go Smoke-Free

S.KY AHEC Report | DWAINE HARRIS | FALL 2011 | The Southern KY AHEC is showing more support for Kentucky’s smoke-free movement. In addition to expanding our no-smoking zones farther away from the front doors of our conference venues, we have joined the Smoke-Free Kentucky Coalition, whose mission is the completion of comprehensive laws at the local and state level eliminating secondhand smoke in all public and work places, including restaurants and bars.


Judge’s Ruling On Smoking Ban Could Have Local Impact

THE RICHMOND REGISTER | KELLY McKENNEY | SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 | A ruling made earlier this month by a Bullitt Circuit judge could have implications for communities across the state, including Madison County. Judge Rodney Burress overturned a county-wide indoor smoking ban, saying the county board of health had no constitutional authority to enact the prohibition it passed March 23.