Nicotine cravings are hard to resist, but inhaling certain smells might help reduce the temptation to light up.
So, you know. Don’t smoke.
It’s alluring, interesting — and unhealthy.
We all know smoking is bad for our health but not a lot of people are aware of the hidden environmental costs of the tobacco industry.
The scale of this conspiracy is shocking.
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Put that cigarette down, and forget that extra beer.
The extent of the environmental devastation cigarettes are responsible for is vast.
A global study suggests that 69% of the people who tried smoking became daily smokers, even if temporary.
Anti-tobacco advocates are furious the delay will make the campaign less effective.
A small increase to bring about huge change.
No smoking here. Only vodka.
It’s not just your lungs either.
A new study compares the effects of secondhand marijuana smoke to that of tobacco.
Electronic cigarettes have soared in use among high school and middle school kids, tripling relative in 2014, while cigarettes have reached an all time low. The report was issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found 4.6 million middle and high school students were current users of any tobacco product, which includes e-cigs despite the fact that it doesn’t burn or contain any tobacco – just the nicotine.
A new study has concluded that marijuana is much safer than alcohol and tobacco combined. Alcohol is actually the most dangerous substance out of the ones studies – more dangerous than heroin, cocaine, ecstasy or meth.
It wouldn’t be an understatement to say we owe all the wonders of life to photosynthesis – the ability of plants and certain bacteria to convert CO2 into energy (sugars) and food. Scientists have for some time attempted to enhance photosynthesis through genetic manipulation, but it’s only recently that we’re beginning to see these efforts take form. The most recent
A new study that shifted through 81 e-cig related studies found that these are less harmful than conventional cigarettes. Policymakers, however, are inclined to introduce strict regulations for e-cigs, citing unsubstantial evidence that e-cigs do not pose health risks.
A study from Yale University found that some eight million premature deaths have been adverted as a result of anti-smoking measures which first began 50 years ago with the groundbreaking report from the Surgeon General outlining the deadly consequences of tobacco use. In 1964, the then Surgeon General Luther Terry dropped a bombshell that made a lot of waves across
Most smokers fall prey to the poisonous grasp of cigarettes because they became seduced by the simple act itself, not because of the taste or other pleasures relieved from smoking. There are many aspects that make smoking extremely appealing, especially to attention-seeking young. Despite several policies have been introduced in the past decades to put a stop to the seductive