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  1. Cigarette Pack Warnings May Get Scarier

    July 25, 2007 -- Those familiar surgeon general's health warnings on cigarette packages may be getting a lot more noticeable under an agreement reached in a Senate committee Wednesday. The deal would force the government to expand the size and color of the warnings on every pack of cigarettes. It wo

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  2. Smoking Ban Helps NYC Stop Smoking

    June 21, 2007 -- New smoking statistics show what a difference one city can make in a few years in quitting smoking. As of last year, New York City had 19% fewer adult smokers than it did in 2002, according to a study published today in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. That translate

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  3. How to Quit Smoking Like a Man

    I started smoking when I was a bored and lonely 17-year-old irrigating alfalfa fields in Utah for money and reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance for enlightenment. I smoked watching magpies splash in the ditch, and for 20 years I kept sucking those nasty things for reasons of self-loath

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  4. Report Urges New Antismoking Efforts

    May 24, 2007 -- The Institute of Medicine (IOM) on Thursday endorsed steep cigarette tax increases and broad new FDA powers to steer the nation away from smoking. A report from the group essentially urges the nation to create an unfriendly environment for tobacco marketers through new regulation, sm

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  5. Smoking to Sway Movie Ratings

    May 11, 2007 -- Movie ratings will now be partly based on smoking shown on the silver screen. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) says it will consider on-screen smoking in its movie ratings system. Movies that "glamorize smoking or movies that feature pervasive smoking outside of an hi

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  6. Quit-Smoking Diet: Veggies, Milk

    April 5, 2007 -- Getting ready to quit smoking? Try eating more vegetables and less meat -- and swap that coffee for a glass of milk. A Duke University study shows that fruits, vegetables, and dairy foods make cigarettes taste terrible. But meat, coffee, and alcoholic beverages make smoking much tas

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  7. Smokers May Take More Sick Days

    March 28, 2007 -- Smokers take more sick days off from work than nonsmokers -- at least in Sweden, a study there shows. The study is based on data from more than 14,200 workers in Sweden aged 16-65. Between 1988 and 1991, the workers completed a survey in which they reported their smoking status and

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  8. Smoking May Impair Teens' Attention

    March 21, 2007 -- Teens may have more trouble paying attention if they smoke, especially if their mothers smoked cigarettes during pregnancy. That news comes from researchers including Leslie Jacobsen, MD, of the departments of psychiatry and pediatrics at Yale University's medical school. Exposure

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  9. Quitting Smoking Helps Arteries

    March 19, 2007 -- Quitting smoking and staying off cigarettes for more than a decade may erase some of the heart risks of smoking. That news comes from an Irish study that compared arterial stiffness in 554 smokers, former smokers, and nonsmokers. Healthy arteries are not stiff. The study showed tha

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  10. Exercise Helps Kick Cigarette Cravings

    March 13, 2007 -- Exercise may curb cigarette cravings, even if you've only got five minutes and don't want to get sweaty. Walking briskly for five minutes or doing some stretches may help kill cigarette cravings. Longer, more intense exercise sessions also help but aren't necessary. That's accordin

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