If you want to stop smoking then pack your bag and fly over to New Zealand. While you are there New Zealand tobacco regulatory agencies will offer you the facts on smoking dangers and by 2017 you may have to leave the country to buy tobacco products. New Zealand is one of the many countries incorporating smoking bans, and like Canada they are banning smoking in your … [Read more...] about New Zealand, Clearly Becoming Smoke-Free
Smoking does not just cause health problems. There are other cigarette dangers that go beyond the the obvious. They are a known fire hazard as well. Fires caused by cigarette smoking are disastrous because an unattended cigarette can destroy an unknown number of lives directly and indirectly ... and in an instant. Statistics on Fires Related to Cigarette Smoking Smoking … [Read more...] about Smoking Related Fires: Unattended Smoking Materials Attribute to Natural Disasters, Civilian Deaths, and Injury Each Year
It’s estimated that about 45.3 million adults in the United States smoke. Are you one of them? Do you love someone who smokes? Amongst all these smokers reports say that about half of them try to quit every year. Only 5% experience success; the other 95% fail. Why? Most Everyone Knows the Dangers of Smoking With the wealth of information on health and lifestyle … [Read more...] about Cassius Cheong’s Positively Quit! Manual
This week the news reported several tobacco related stories. As the senate passes a bill to protect young Americans from the effects and dangers of smoking, smokers are red hot over the recent tax hikes and smoker's helplines are getting busier by the day. Also, Big Tobacco is feeling a little pain this week after paying their annual settlements. Associated Press Reports … [Read more...] about Raising the Smoking Age, Black Market Cigs & 4 Billion for Health Care
Risk of death from tobacco related diseases or various forms of cancer declines dramatically five years after kicking the habit. Women who quit smoking reduce their risk of dying from heart disease and tobacco-related cancers. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health analyzed data on 105,000 women over 24 years, taken from the Nurses’ Health Study, a long-term … [Read more...] about Smoking Reversible?