Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dangers of Thirdhand Smoke

…there are no real known solutions for cleaning up thirdhand smoke.” Continue reading

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The Cost of Smoking 2016

If the cost of cigarettes is not enough to make you quit, wait until you see the health care costs… Continue reading

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Smokeless Tobacco: Not a Safe Alternative to Smoking

Smokeless tobacco is addictive because it has higher levels of nicotine. Continue reading

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Giving Up Smoking – A Personal Story

Being on Facebook allows you to reconnect with others and read their adventures, sympathize with their loses, and cheer them on when they win over adversities. ¬†Over holiday break a post on a personal Facebook account stated a friend was … Continue reading

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Lowering nicotine levels may mean fewer cigarettes smoked

Between 1998 and 2005, “smoke nicotine yield per cigarette” increased an average of 1.6% per year, or about 11% during the above time frame in major brand name cigarettes. Although chemicals are added to cigarettes to help make them more … Continue reading

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