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  • Teen use of e-cigarettes influenced by peers
    Teen use of e-cigarettes influenced by peers
    Teens are more likely to use electronic cigarettes if their friends use them, a new study suggests. The research, published online July 27 in the journal Pediatrics, found a greater risk of “vaping” by teens was associated with a...
  • Higher Education
    Research study shows lack of education just as deadly as smoking
    A recent study from three United States Universities, including the University of Colorado, New York University, and the University of North Carolina, says that continuing education for a higher learning capacity can make you live a longer and...
  • Electronic cigarette
    Teen e-cigarette, hookah use on the rise
    The good news is that number of kids smoking traditional cigarettes is down. The bad news is that use of e-cigarettes and hookahs by middle and high school youth is rising at an alarming rate, according to a study published June 23 in the Food and...
  • Cigarette butt waste -- gross...and sad
    Cigarette butts that become trees and flowers: Beneficial or detrimental?
    That smoking is harmful goes without saying: What many do not know is that cigarette butt waste continues to cause harm after it is flicked away carelessly. The toxic, non-biodegradable remnants of cigarettes contribute to approximately 1.69...
  • No Smoking
    Hawaii becomes first state to raise smoke age to 21
    Starting on Jan. 1, 2016, Hawaii will be the first state to outlaw smoking for individuals under 21 after Gov. David Ige signed a bill raising the legal smoking age from 18 to 21 on Friday. The measure bans the sale or use of cigarettes and...
  • President Obama caught with cigarettes?
    Is President Obama smoking again? New G7 photo proves he has not kicked habit
    Is President Barack Obama smoking again? This is the question being asked after a photo from the G7 Summit in Bavaria was posted on Instagram. The spokesman for Italian Prime minister Matteo Renzi posted a photo on Sunday, June 7, 2015 on the...
  • New York announces major drop in the number of citizens smoking
    New York announces major drop in the number of citizens smoking
    Levels of smoking have dropped in New York to the lowest levels ever recorded in the state, leading Governor Andrew Cuomo to comment that it is “becoming healthier than ever.”According to the CDC, the number of adult smokers fell from...
  • Superglue broken teeth
    Superglue broken teeth? Mom, terrified of dentists, superglued her busted teeth
    Superglue on broken teeth? Sink your teeth into this dental woe story: A UK woman, terrified of dentists, made up her own ten-year dental plan – loose or broken teeth? Superglue was her solution. While the improvised procedure worked for a...
  • Toddler removed Smoking Parents
    Toddler removed: Smoking parent's toddler is taken for extreme second hand smoke
    Social workers have removed a toddler from hischain smoking parents after making a welfare check on a home in Kingston upon Hull, a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, UK. The boy, who is two years of age, has already been forced onto an inhaler...
  • Toddler removed from home of smoking parents
    Toddler removed: Smoking parents pay ultimate price when judge removes son, 2
    A toddler was permanently removed from the home he shared with his parents because the parent’s smoking had created an unhealthy environment for the 2-year-old boy. The parents had been warned of the environmental health hazards they were...
  • Sugar Land's Blue Fish House
    Sugar Land's Blue Fish House: Celebrate grilling and smoking
    Makeover at the location in Sugar Land's Blue Fish HouseWalk-ins receive this special pricing:Buy 1 Get 1 Free* (all items on main menu)Nigiri Sushi & Sashimi from $1/pieceDraft Beer $1.50/glassBottle Beer Domestic $1.50 & Imports $2...
  • Smoking
    Smoking is a heart killer
    Smoking in any form is bad for your heart. The European Society of Cardiology reported on May 29, 2015, all forms of smoking are bad for the heart. Smoking of any type is the single most powerful risk factor for cardiovascular disease.It has...
  • Quitting smoking early in pregnancy benefits fetus the most
    Quitting smoking early in pregnancy benefits fetus the most
    Smoking doing pregnancy is associated with many adverse effects, including miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm birth, and growth restriction. A new study evaluated smoking cessation during pregnancy by trimester (pregnancy divided into three periods)...
  • E-cigarette use among teens triples in just one year
    E-cigarette use among teens triples in just one year
    The popularity of tobacco cigarettes may be at a new low among teens, however that doesn’t mean that kids are actually smoking less. In fact, health experts now state that approximately 2.5 million middle and high school kids now “vape...
  • Quit Smoking
    Lung cancer still women's #1 cancer
    In 2011, a landmark federal study found that screening older smokers and former smokers with special low dose CT scan substantially reduces deaths from lung cancer. Then in 2012, on the basis of this and other research, the American Cancer Society...
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