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E-Cigarettes 95% Safer? Not So Fast, Says Top Medical Journal
The Lancet, one of the world’s oldest and best-known medical journals, has blasted a widely-publicized report that said e-cigarettes are 95% saf...
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E-Cigarettes Are 95% Less Harmful Than Smoking, Says UK Report
According to a UK health agency, electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are about 95% less harmful than smoking, according to its best estimate. “I wa...
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Anne Hathaway Talks About Her “Disgusting” Smoking Habit
Anne Hathaway recently revealed that she quit smoking for the second time. The 32-year-old actress admits that she became addicted to cigarettes after...
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Quit Smoking: Three Reasons You Should Stop
Everyone knows that smoking is a gross and unhealthy habit, yet millions of people around the world still do it. While most people know that smoking c...
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Quit Smoking Today: 8 Reasons To Stop Immediately
As we approach the new year, a number of Americans will make it a resolution to quit smoking for good. It won’t be easy; the nicotine in tobacco...
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Quit Smoking: Tips For Quitting During The Holidays
It’s never easy to stop smoking, and if you are trying to quit during the holidays, you could face some additional challenges. Since many people smo...
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Quit Smoking: Tips To Help You Stop For Good
Smoking is a nasty habit that can cause yellow teeth, brittle nails and a variety of horrible health problems. Smoking has been linked to both cancer ...
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Rheumatoid Arthritis: Are You Raising Your Personal Risk Level?
Rheumatoid arthritis is no laughing matter. About 1.5 million Americans are believed to suffer from the condition, which causes pain, swelling, and st...
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Quit Smoking To Eliminate “Third-Hand Smoke”
In the ongoing campaign against smoking, the typical approach is to discourage individuals from smoking in one of two ways. The first option involves ...
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Quit Smoking: Secondhand Smoke Damages Childrens’ Arteries
We all know that smoking is dangerous and can lead to a number of health problems including cancer. Secondhand smoke can be even worse and can harm th...
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L.A. E-Cigarette Ban Approved By City Council
The L.A. City Council unanimously voted in favor of banning the use of e-cigarettes in zones where smoking tobaccos is prohibited. The policy was firs...
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Quitting Smoking Linked to Improved Mental Health
The benefits of not smoking are well-known and heavily publicized in the U.S. In addition to all of the physical health improvements, though, a new st...
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FDA Reveals New Anti-Smoking Campaign For Teens
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today revealed a new anti-smoking ad campaign targeted at teens. The ads will be geared toward preventing ...
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Quit Smoking- What Works For You?
Trying to quit smoking can be a big challenge. Many people try and try again, but just have no luck. The problem is often the method that people use t...
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Quit Smoking: Cold Turkey Better Than E-Cig?
Quitting smoking is hard, always has been and always will be. No matter how much additional tax is levied on each pack or how many videos go up on you...
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New York City’s Smoking Ban to Include e-cigarettes
Since 2002, New York City has banned smoking in bars, restaurants, places of employment, government buildings, parks, and other public places. Now, ov...
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Smoking, Drug Use Doubles Stillbirth Risks
Its been known for years now that pregnant women smoking and imbibing other harmful substances can put their fetus risk. A new study today shows just ...
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E-Cigarettes Have High Rate of Usage in Teen Market
The results of an e-cigarette study at UC San Francisco were recently released. In the study, conducted by postdoctoral fellow Sungkyu Lee, researcher...
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NYC Tobacco Law: Minimum Age Raised to 21
Young smokers living in New York City are going to have to leave city limits to purchase a pack of cigarettes thanks to the new law Mayor Michael Bloo...
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E-Cigarette, Hookah Use Growing Among Teens
The U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released a report showing that the popularity of so-called “emerging tobacco pro...
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