The slight buzz one gets when smoking a cigarette is what you get with the device
‘The health regulator is now considering if it should warn the public’
CUNY board of trustees implemented a new smoking ban on all 23 of its campuses
Ten things that you shouldn’t be afraid of.
Let’s all thank Surgeon General Regina Benjamin for demonstrating beyond all doubt last week that “nannyism” is more dangerous than smoking.
'One cigarette can cause a heart attack' - USA Today
A new report from the Surgeon General also says that every exposure to tobacco can damage DNA in ways that lead to cancer
E-cigarettes are a viable, safe alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Wisconsin smoking ban has e-cigs lighting up - FOX NEWS
‘Right now with the smoking bans coming, everybody’s trying to look for an alternative, something they can use where they can’t smoke cigarettes and this is an alternative for that,’
Consumerism is about empowering individuals with information and a financial stake in their own health and health care. Unfortunately, ObamaCare moves away from this personal responsibility
Navy to allow women on submarines - The Globe
As of Dec. 31, smoking aboard the entire submarine fleet will be banned — no small hardship for the estimated 35 to 40 percent of sailors who are nicotine addicts
Mr. President, you didn’t listen to the polls, the elections, or large segments of citizens during the health reform debate. The legislation passed. It is law. You won. Now, unelected bureaucrats have enormous power to define what the legislation means
The Dutch boy learned decades ago that one cannot hold back the waters in a dam. Prepare – a flood of freedom is ahead
Treatment could prevent harmful side-effects of smoking - THE REGISTER
Australian boffins have developed a treatment which allows mice to smoke cigarettes without the usual negative health consequences
Studies published in peer-reviewed journals become the basis for everything from the advice your doctor gives you to the very laws that govern us. A journal’s ability to tell good science from bad is critical. But some journals have used poor judgment, and even replaced judgment with a bias of their own.
You know smoking is bad for you. You know inhaling someone else’s smoke is bad for you. Now a US study says third-hand smoke — tobacco residue clinging to surfaces — is also bad for you
Starting Feb. 1, Memorial Hospital no longer will hire people who use tobacco products, making the hospital one of a small number of employers nationwide that consider smoking status in job applicants.
The BPS Research Digest blog reports that those dire health warnings on cigarette packs may actually drive some people to smoke.