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Cigarettes and marijuana both can damage the lung. In reality, cigarettes probably damage more tissue simply because most people smoke many more...
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Yes, moderate smoking is still harmful. That is like asking how much poison should I take...
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Nicotine addiction is bad, and people with the habit need help quitting, not help continuing their habit in more socially acceptable ways, says...
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Different e-cigarette marketers stress different points:For smokers who don't plan to quit tobacco, some firms point to e-cigarettes as a way to...
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You are correct. No one really knows of e-cigarettes are safe when you are pregnant. For some strange reason, pregnant women have not volunteered to...
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Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do to protect your current and future health. I am not too familiar with the specific products...
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Cancer. Even if you don't inhale, you can get a number of different cancers from smoking pipes and cigars. People who smoke cigars regularly are four...
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Well, this is an interesting question. I'm not sure there's a straightforward answer because I'm not sure anyone has studied this...
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There are more than 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke. Some of them are also in wood varnish, the insect poison DDT, arsenic, nail polish remover...
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Tobacco can be smoked in cigarettes, cigars, or pipes. It can be chewed or, if powdered, sniffed. An alternative to cigarettes is "bidis." Originally...
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Reasonably safe. There are no carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) in the water mist, but there is some nicotine. Nicotine, in the levels that are...
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The term addictive disease or addiction describes a persistent habit that is harmful to the person. Thus, addiction is a chronic disease with...
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Smoking cigarettes harms nearly every organ of the body. The list of diseases caused by smoking has been expanded to include abdominal aortic...
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Nicotine is the drug in tobacco leaves. Whether someone smokes, chews, or sniffs tobacco, he or she is delivering nicotine to the brain. Each...
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Quitting smoking makes a difference right away in the way you feel. You can taste and smell food better. Your breath smells better. Your cough goes...