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The US Surgeon General & International Health Authorities has been warning us for years… …Smoking cigarettes is harmful to your health. But exactly HOW harmful cigarettes are is still coming to light… A study published in the journal Chemical Research in Toxicology found that cigarette smoke begins to cause damage to your genes within mere … Read more Inhaling Cigarette Smoke
December 6, 2014 NEWS Sherele Moody | 6th Dec 2014 8:30 AM http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/no-ifs-or-butts-it-will-cost-you-fines/2476899/ WHERE there’s smoke there’s ire – and a huge fine if you are silly enough to throw your butt out of a car. About $1.3million in fines have been issued during nearly three years to Queenslanders who have done the wrong thing … Read more Coast smokers among worst for throwing out butts
December 6, 2014 When it rains, cigarette butts lying in our streets and gutters are carried via stormwater directly into our harbours, beaches and rivers. The chemicals contained in these butts and the butts themselves impact on our water quality and can be deadly to marine life. Many people don’t realise that when it rains, … Read more The impact of cigarette butts on marine life
December 29, 2014Uncategorized BehaviourMale smokers Edit MEN who smoke are more likely than non-smokers to lose the male sex chromosome – which could explain why male smokers are more prone to certain cancers than women who smoke, scientists have said Source: http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/male-smokers-risk-losing-their-y-chromosome/2475908/
Warning: Professor Linda Bauld Healthier living could have prevented four out of 10 cases of cancer in the UK in the last five years, experts claim today. Smoking accounted for about 314,000 of the 600,000 cases , Cancer Research UK said. But the charity added that a further 145,000 cases might have been avoided by … Read more Cancer: Lifestyle causes 40% of cases warns charity