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Menthol Cigarettes Are Popular Among Teens

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It is not a secret that long-term smoking cigarettes puts health at risk. Moreover, studies showed that secondhand and thirdhand smokes also may affect human’s health. In spite of all that information about smoking risks, many people continue to smoke

Alberta To Ban Menthol Cigarettes

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In spite of anti-smoking policy that these days is into effect in Alberta that was introduced to protect young people from negative effects of smoking, tobacco use  is still the leading cause of preventable diseases in Canada.  Thousands of people

Study Found Increased Use Menthol Cigarette Among Young People

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In the USA there was made a new study on menthol cigarettes use. It found that the use of menthol cigarettes was increased among young adults. The researchers concluded that  efforts to reduce smoking failed because of advertising and sale

FDA Preoccupied With Menthol Cigarettes

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This week the FDA presented a report about the effects of menthol cigarettes and it says that menthol cigarettes do present a greater public health risk than other cigarettes. However, the FDA makes no statements about what to do with

Banning flavored cigars ducks the main issues

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A US public health expert has said that banning flavored cigars would not do as much to reduce the appeal of tobacco products to children as would banning menthol cigarettes. Professor Michael Siegel, of Boston University’s School of Public Health,

Menthol cigarettes linked with decreased quitting in the U.S.

New research from investigators at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) and UMDNJ-School of Public Health finds that menthol cigarettes are associated with decreased quitting in the United States, and that this effect is more pronounced for blacks and

U.S. Plan to Ban Menthol Cigarettes

U.S. authorities may impose a ban on the sale of cigarettes with menthol filters, since menthol cigarettes contribute to a sharp increase in the number of smokers. As BBC reported, a group of U.S. experts came to this conclusion studying