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  •  A.J. FERNANDEZ TO RELEASE NEW WORLD RETAILER EXCLUSIVE AT TEXAS CIGAR FESTIVAL
    A.J. FERNANDEZ TO RELEASE NEW WORLD RETAILER EXCLUSIVE AT TEXAS CIGAR FESTIVAL
    (Miami, Florida) April 17, 2015— A.J. Fernandez Cigars, known for producing consistently highly rated cigars is proud to introduce the “New World Brute” as a retailer exclusive for Serious Cigars in Houston, Texas. The New World...
  • AVO Limited Edition Improvisation Series – CLASSIC COVERS 2015
    AVO Limited Edition Improvisation Series – CLASSIC COVERS 2015
    TAMPA, FL – APRIL 13, 2015. AVO Cigars, the globally renowned cigar brand, continues to innovate with the inaugural release of the AVO Limited Edition Improvisation Series – CLASSIC COVERS 2015. The Improvisation Series is a new...
  • International researchers call for world-wide ban on tobacco
    International researchers call for world-wide ban on tobacco
    It is common knowledge that tobacco use is detrimental to one’s health. Now, an international group of researchers has made the bold recommendation to phase out the sale of tobacco products by 2040. The report was published in the March 14...
  • Teens smoking
    Report: Bumping legal tobacco-use age to 21 will save lives
    The results of a new report show that raising the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 would vastly decrease the number of teen smokers and save hundreds of thousands of lives by 2100. Released March 12, the report was written by the...
  • Teen smoking e-cigarette
    E-cigarettes easily available to teens online
    Although the sale of e-cigarettes to minors is banned in 41 states, teens can easily buy the vapor products online, according to a new study. The research, published in the March 2 online issue of JAMA Pediatrics, was designed to assess the...
  • E-Cigarettes under fire after wave of Clinical Studies and Political Push Back
    E-Cigarettes under fire after wave of Clinical Studies and Political Push Back
    When E-Cigarettes first hit the market circa 2009, it was positioned by product marketers as a safe alternative to tobacco cigarette smoking and deemed harmless to one’s health. Gradually, consumers began warming up to the marketing messages...
  • Will the new tobacco free campus policy be as respected as Florida universities believe they will be?
    Florida Universities adopt 'Tobacco Free Policy'; students react
    All designated smoking areas at several Florida universities were removed on January 1, due to the new smoke-free policy in an effort to keep students healthy and maintain cleaner campuses. Cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes, cigars, snuff and...
  • Tobacco picking
    Virginia lawmakers defeat child labor tobacco bill
    The Virginia House Commerce and Labor Committee tabled a bill banning the hiring of children to work in the state’s tobacco farms. The February 3 action effectively killed legislation that would have made it illegal for children –...
  • Electronic cigarette
    E-cigarettes may tempt teens to smoke
    A new study from the University of Hawaii (UH) Cancer Center suggests that e-cigarette smoking is increasing among teens and may be a gateway to using other tobacco products. The study, published in the Dec. 15 online edition of Pediatrics, found...
  • Finest blended  and rolled Turkish tobaccos
    Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
    The tobacco lobby completely cleaned the clock of the reformers back in the 1980’s when, in exchange for agreeing not to further addict youth in America, the tobacco companies, who are today, immensely, and far more profitable than ever...
  • Americans smoking lowest since 1965, but tobacco profits, exports high
    Americans smoking lowest since 1965, but tobacco profits, exports high
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reportsdata from its National Health Interview Survey that show cigarette smoking was down to 17.8% among American adults in 2013, a decline from 20.9% in 2005. Medpagetoday.com reports a CDC...
  • A Chinese couple smoke
    China is moving to crack down on smoking and cigarette advertising
    The tobacco industry is now being confronted with a challenge from a very large and powerful new adversary, China. This is a war which is likely to hurt profits for the merchants of death who sell cigarettes. 24/7 Wall St reported on Nov. 25, 2014...
  • Cigarettes at $41.36 per pack is reason enough to quit the smoking habit
    Cigarettes at $41.36 per pack is reason enough to quit the smoking habit
    The average true cost of a pack of cigarettes in the United States is now up to $41.36 according to the American Cancer Society. Thanks to the more than 7,000 chemicals and compounds found in tobacco smoke about $35 worth of health-related costs...
  • Secondhand marijuana smoke as harmful as tobacco
    Marijuana secondhand smoke as harmful as tobacco
    Secondhand marijuana smoke appears to be just as bad for your heart and blood vessels as secondhand cigarette smoke, according to a new study.At the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2014, researchers presented data showing that blood...
  • Smokers with bladder cancer take advice of physicians and quit
    Smokers with bladder cancer more likely to quit with physician advice
    Tobacco use is strongly linked to bladder cancer. A new study indicates that when physicians inform bladder cancer patients about their disease, and inform them that tobacco likely caused it, patients are more likely to want to quit smoking. This...
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