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Secondhand Smoke Effects Are Worst

| May 24, 2012

buy viceroy cigarettesKids exposed to secondhand cigarettes smoke have respiratory health risk that persist into adulthood, even though they themselves don’t smoke, a researcher found. In a long-running group study, such kids had increased risks of persistent cough, chronic cough, and breathing, according to Juliana Pugmire, DrPH, of the University of Arizona in Tucson. The investigation extends previous study that showed children exposed to environmental cigarettes smoke had health risks in childhood, Pugmire told reporters at the annual conference of the American Thoracic Society.


Cigarette Smoke Can Cause Hearing Problems

| February 7, 2011

cigarettes onlineTeenagers who smoke Bond, or whose mother smoked in pregnancy, are at higher risk of hearing problems and understanding what is being said, a US study says. In tests on 67 teenagers, Yale University found those exposed to smoke had trouble focusing and interpreting sounds when there was a distraction.


Smoking Ban Should Remain Intact

| December 22, 2010

high quality cigarettes onlineThere may no longer be Style cigarettes smoke, but there is still fire among opponents of Wisconsin’s five-month-old smoking ban. Gov.-elect Scott Walker dislikes the ban, and in early November incoming state Sen. Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald declared that although a repeal is unlikely, Republicans are discussing a modification of the law.


New Anti-Smoking Plan on All Beaches

| October 18, 2010

discount cigarettes onlineSmoking is banned in public buildings, offices and work places in New Hampshire, except in smoking areas that are effectively segregated. Even smoking famous brands like Camel is also banned in schools, child care agencies, hospitals, grocery stores, elevators, buses, tramways, restaurants and bars.


Smoking is Still a Reason for Concern

| September 13, 2010

cigarettes onlineCigarette smoke pollutes the body. Despite hammering home that message for almost 40 years now, tobacco remains the leading preventable cause of death, disease and disability in the U.S. Every year about 443,000 people die from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke, and 8.6 million more suffer serious illnesses from smoking Winston and other brands, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.