Have you seen the recent new headline: Surgeon General Issues Latest Warning: Tobacco Smoke Exposure Not Safe in Any Amount? Statistics highlight how one in five Americans are first-hand smokers. Whether these smokers have one cigarette a week, or an entire pack a day, the poisonous effects of cigarette smoke does not discriminate. There are millions of others who are … [Read more...] about Cigarette Smoke Exposure Not Safe in Any Amount
Government tobacco regulation has been a topic of discussion for years. Today, the house approved a bill titled, "Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act" that would allow the FDA the power to regulate the sale of tobacco products and the ingredients they contain. For instance, tobacco companies would be banned from adding fruity flavors or additives designed to … [Read more...] about Will New FDA Regulations Backfire and Lend Big Tobacco a Hand?
Ideally, tobacco should be outlawed. But as long as people continue to use the deadly stuff, those who harvest it for the great profit of tobacco companies deserve far better than the miserable pay and working conditions imposed on them. "Miserable" is not an exaggeration. Consider North Carolina, the country's leading tobacco producer. The state's $500 million-a-year … [Read more...] about Tobacco Harvester’s Rights: Tobacco’s Other Victims
If you quit cold turkey - drink plenty of Orange Juice to help your nicotine withdrawl symptoms. You'll get over the irritability, anxiety, confusion and trouble concentrating and sleeping that come with nicotine withdrawal a lot faster if you drink a lot of orange juice during this time. Why, you wonder? Here is what researchers have found. OJ makes your urine more … [Read more...] about OJ Helps With Nicotine Withdrawal
Smoking Research Studies Exposure to Cigarette Smoke Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania recently received a $2.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for a new study focusing on the chemical changes that occur when the body is exposed to cigarette smoke. Previous research has shown that chemical changes in the body can occur after exposure to … [Read more...] about NIH to Fund New Research Study Regarding Exposure to Cigarette Smoke