Anti-Tobacco Researchers Exaggerate the Risk of Secondhand Smoking

The Cigarette Companies tricked the public about the risks of secondhand smoke exposure, officials declared. For example in September 2006, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia decided...
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The risks of levying cigarette taxes on Indian Nations

David A. Paterson, Governor of the New York State has sent a letter to US Department of Justice asking them to assess probably risk when he were to start levying taxes on cigarettes sold in Indian Tribal...
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Nicotine gum linked to mouth cancer

Smoking cessation products such as nicotine gum, lozenges and inhalers may contribute to the development of mouth cancer, according to a study conducted by the Medical Research Council and published in...
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FDA bans flavored cigarettes

Alex Bojko, junior sports administration major, was 17 when he smoked his first clove-flavored cigarette. He had an older friend who could purchase the product, and figured he would give it a try. “I...
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Philip Morris to fight against Irish cigarette display ban

Philip Morris Int. (PMI), the third-largest cigarette company in the world joined hands with Maurice Timony, a proprietor of a cigarette shop based in Donegal, Ireland, and reported to launch a lawsuit,...
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Electronic cigarettes are now prohibited at Amazon.com

One of the leading internet stores Amazon.com stopped distribution of electronic cigarettes. The decision revealed last week is a reaction to a huge wave of criticism came up from several health groups...
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A New Claim to make Cigarettes Illegal

A new study showed that thousands of people in the North East have signed postcards calling on MPs to vote in favor of putting cigarettes under the counter. This is the main cause of why parliament decided...
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