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Law Sets Limits on Tobacco Shops

| April 29, 2011

cheap al fakher tobaccoSmoke shops permitted under Oregon’s indoor-smoking law would be restricted under a bill Thursday that passed the Oregon House. The 35-23 vote sent House Bill 2726 to the Senate. Its chief sponsor is Rep. Carolyn Tomei, D-Milwaukie, who seeks to curb an exception spurring the growth of “Al Fakher hookah lounges,” which allow patrons 18 and older to smoke flavored tobacco on the premises.

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Cigarettes No Worse than Other Addictions

| April 29, 2011

vogue cigarettes People always want to know why I smoke Vogue cigarettes. When faced with a condescendingly phrased question to that effect, I seldom answer it seriously. There is too much to say, too much that most people wouldn’t seriously consider that would have to go into an explication of the issue. However, I’m going to suspend that trend for a moment and give a few thoughts on the issue.

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Unexpected Benefits In Tobacco

| April 29, 2011

cheap atis cigarettesResearchers with Bay Pines VA Healthcare and the University of South Florida this week announced they have found a compound derived from tobacco that may help memories of Alzheimer’s disease patients. Cotinine, they say, reduces plaques associated with dementia and prevented memory loss in mice with Alzheimer’s disease. The findings were reported online in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Obese Teenagers More Likely to Smoke

| April 28, 2011

best lucky strike cigarettesA recent study has indicated that obese teens are more likely to engage in risky behavior like smoking Lucky Strike cigarettes or use smokeless tobacco products (chewing tobacco). The study also found that the alcohol consumption pattern was similar among obese and thin teenagers.

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Anti-Smoking Program Targets Smokers

| April 28, 2011

discount winston cigarettes onlineAn outpatient psychiatric clinic in New York City is pioneering a new anti-smoking approach that focuses on helping mentally ill people to quit smoking. If successful, it also might be a winning strategy for other hard-core smokers looking to kick the habit. Nearly half of all the Winston cigarettes sold in the U.S., research has found, are smoked by people with a serious mental illness.

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