Posted By Jessica Miller on August 22, 2014
It’s an admittedly odd twist. Tobacco, long vilified for its role in the deaths of approximately 6 million people per year, now is playing a key role in the development of an anti-Ebola drug. The World Health Organization places deaths due to direct tobacco use at around 5 million people globally per year, with another 1 million due to exposure to second-hand smoke. That should be ample reason to keep a safe distance from the nicotine-bearing plant. But even as lethal as tobacco is, it may be the key to saving lives.
Posted By Jessica Miller on August 5, 2014
Consumers were quick to understand and embrace the advantages of electronic cigarettes. The non-combustible, tobacco-free products are battery-powered devices that heat a liquid nicotine solution and create an inhalable vapor. They generate no harmful second-hand smoke and do not soil hair and clothes with noxious cigarette odors. More important, research is showing that e-cigarettes are the most effective method of helping smokers quit the tobacco habit.
Posted By Jessica Miller on June 9, 2014
Capri is a brand of cigarette manufactured by R.J. Reynolds. Introduced in 1987, it is the first widely available cigarette having an extremely slim shape, at 17 mm in circumference and 100 mm in length, specifically marketed towards women.
Posted By Jessica Miller on May 8, 2014
Due to its single taste and charming perfume brand name “Vogue” became an international mark of feminine elegance and refinement. One of the most fascinating part of Vogue cigarettes is filter. This filter gives a feeling of freshness to a smoker, when inhaling, which makes the smoking process a great pleasure.
Posted By Jessica Miller on April 16, 2014
The UK Government is claimed to be planning to declare that it will launch legislation requiring the release of plain packaging of cigarettes.
A year ago, Prime Minister David Cameron dumped suggestions as a consequence of the row over strategist Lynton Crosby’s relationships to tobacco lobbying. Health Minister Earl Howe is currently most likely to pass a modification to the Children and Families Bill in the House of Lords in the course of the coming month.