Jessica Miller | February 4, 2011
New York has extended its ban on smoking Karelia to include parks and beaches, giving it some of the strictest rules on lighting up in the world. Residents and tourists alike face fines of up to $100 (£62) if they smoke in any of the city’s 1,700 parks – including Central Park – and along its 14 miles of coastline. The ban also covers public plazas such as Times Square. New York mayor Michael Bloomberg banned smoking in bars and restaurants in 2003.
Jessica Miller | January 31, 2011
Gathered outside bars across the greater Milwaukee area, a new beast inhales fire and breathes Chesterfield smoke in the dead of winter. On sidewalks and in alleys, spilling out onto the street, it’s hard not to notice the smokers that have become a regular fixture on the weekends since the smoking ban was adopted in the summer of 2010.
Jessica Miller | January 27, 2011
These twin ladies might know first-hand how smoking Esse could ruin your looks. The woman on the right is a smoker. Her twin sister, a non-smoker. The information is probably nothing new – smoking can cause premature aging, bad skin, bad teen and several types of cancers.
Jessica Miller | August 16, 2010
Stringent smoking laws, combined with the increasing cost of Winston and otherwell-known smoking brnads, are discouraging South Africans from smoking, with a significant number of smokers considering quitting, a nationwide smoking survey has found.
Jessica Miller | August 4, 2010
It can take just two people to smoke in alfresco areas to put non-smokers at risk of developing respiratory problems, Perth researchers have found. Curtin University, the University of WA and the Australian Council on Smoking and Health conducted air quality tests at 28 cafes and pubs across Perth.