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Smoking Rates Hit Record Low in United States

Author: Shernide Delva Smoking rates have hit an all-time record low according to a new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Only 16.8% of adults are smoking in 2014. This is an almost 20% drop from 2005 and is the lowest rate on record. Even those who continue to smoke are smoking . . . . Continue Reading

New Study Explains Why Smoking and High Alcohol Consumption Ages Us

Smoking and heavy alcohol use already has a stigma for speeding up the aging process. Smoking, especially, is associated with aging. Now, there is evidence that shows that cigarette smoking and heavy alcohol use actually changes our DNA and accelerates biological aging on in a distinct measurable way. According to the study, cigarette smoking and . . . . Continue Reading

Venti Vape: Smoking Coffee with E-Cigs

Anyone else been waiting for an easier, more sleek and stylish way to get their morning coffee?! Nah… me neither. But apparently drinking coffee is SO 2014, because the infamous vape phenomenon that has changed the tobacco industry seemingly overnight and revolutionized the way kids are ingesting harmful drugs is at it again, bringing your . . . . Continue Reading

How Smoking Affects Your Sleep

  Looking for more good reasons to finally kick that nasty smoking habit, I mean, other than wrinkles, yellow teeth and fingers, and heart disease? Well, lack of restorative sleep is yet another drawback to smoking – and yet another valid reason to throw away your cigarettes for good. Addiction Biology published a study that observed . . . . Continue Reading

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