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 Smoking Statistics?

Answer Statistics show that smoking has dangerous health effects for both smokers and nonsmokers. It is the leading cause of preventable disease.
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Facts & Statistics of Teenage Smoking?

More and more teenagers start smoking each day. What starts out as something new and exciting can turn into a deadly habit. It is important for teens to know that smoking at a young age can have a ... Read More »
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Does the tax revenue generated by smoking exceed the cost of treating smoking-related diseases?

I think the below figures speak for themselves. The more people give up the habit the higher the average persons tax bill is going to be.I gave up 6th January 2008 - haven't had a puff since. I smo... Read More »
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What is the Difference Between Cold Smoking and Hot Smoking?

Cold smoking and hot smoking are two different methods for handling meat after it has been butchered. The big difference between cold smoking and hot smoking is that one method involves heat, while... Read More »
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Why can't there be smoking pubs/restaurants and non-smoking ones?

We don't live in a democracy! Whatever gave you that idea. i think all as smokers should get together and go to London and stand all around the houses of Parliament and smoke the buggers out.
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