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One Student's Story Of Trying To Quit Smoking Pot
Here And Now
Today, we meet one Colorado school student at Adam City High School who started using marijuana long before it became legal there. She says she would like to stop smoking pot but is finding it tough to do so in a state where pot is so prevalent. From ...
How to stop smoking – hints, tips, and sheer logic
Long term smokers have a 50:50 chance of dying before their time, and sometimes decades before. It's pretty much the riskiest legal habit you can have. So hats off to Allen Carr, the former accountant who helped millions quit smoking before succumbing ...
Signpost: Quit smoking
NJ should tax e-cigarettes to fund stop-smoking programs: Letter
The Christie administration has proposed taxing electronic cigarettes at the same rate as regular cigarettes, a move that has the potential to generate $35 million in 2015. State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff said the main goals of the tax were to ...
Washington Post (blog)
Electronic cigarettes may not help people stop smoking: study
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A small U.S. study raises new questions about whether using electronic cigarettes will lead people to quit smoking, adding to the debate over how tightly the products should be regulated. The study, which looked at the ...
Study: E-Cigarettes Do Not Help People Quit Smoking
Do e-cigarettes help people quit smoking? New study raises doubts
Electronic cigarettes won't help smokers quit, study claims
I used the Internet to quit smoking
Los Angeles Daily News
I started smoking for the same reasons most people begin the nasty habit: I was young and stupid. Like many teenagers, I could care less about the negative aspects of smoking. Money wasn't yet a burden on my everyday existence, the long term effects ...
If the government wants to stop us smoking, it's easy. Just make it boring
But there is no mass of evidence to suggest that plain packaging will actually stop people smoking altogether. Australia, which has had plain packaging for more than a year, has seen a decrease in smoking figures – but that could be down to price rises ...
Trying something new and exciting may be key to stop lighting up
Blood flow is something smoking changes within a person's body, and something researchers are hoping could give them clues on how someone can quit. The point of the study is to find out why it's so hard for people to quit. One of the researchers on the ...
Llanfairpwll campaign to stop smoking in public places
An Anglesey village is hoping to become smoke-free by asking people not to light up in public places. Signs will be erected in Llanfairpwll urging people not to smoke but there will be no enforcement. The voluntary scheme will apply to entrances to ...
Quitting smoking is easy
The last time I tried—with the help of the smoking cessation program at the Philippine General Hospital—was on February 24, 2014, my quit date. I succeeded for two weeks. But I'm still willing to set other quit dates, convinced that real success can ...
Free stop-smoking program offered
North Platte Telegraph
Free stop-smoking program offered. Smoking could soon be a thing of the past for those who participate in a new tobacco cessation program unveiled at Great Plains Regional Medical Center. The free program begins April 15 and is limited to 20 people.
Roughly half the population snores, and while it is something that's joked about, snoring can put a serious crimp in your life. If you're the snorer and you live with another person, you may find yourself contending with the outfall from their poor sleep. There are several causes of snoring - from the serious sleep condition sleep apnoea (when you stop breathing and your brain ends up being ... Read more
Use a smoking gun to transform your meals! Smoked food has never been hotter - and now FEMAIL shows you how to ...
It makes the most ordinary food into something really special, without too much effort - or cost. Here we rate the best smokers on the market. Read more
Brains need regular exercise too – try these simple workouts, says Emily Cunningham • Sheila Hancock: How I remember Be sociable Spending time with other people, talking and socialising, has a direct impact on your memory. During an experiment at the University of Michigan, participants who engaged in a 10-minute discussion about a social issue before taking a memory test performed better than ... Read more
By Douglas Taurel | Posted April 17, 2014, 10 a.m. It’s so exciting to get booked on an episodic television show. I mean, you are going to be on TV! You’ve auditioned, been called back, placed on hold, and then your agent or manger called you with the booking. Yes! Read more
“Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world! I’ve done it a thousand times.” Of course, this is an old joke that illustrates how difficult it is to ditch some bad habits— smoking, drinking, gambling, and other vices. I know for sure it will stop me without a warning. Read more
Chinese tourists now outspend holidaymakers from all other countries. But how will the superpower's taste for travel change the world of tourism and how can Britain cash in? Abigail Haworth reports from the favourite hot spot 'Chinese Beach' in Thailand It's not the best afternoon to admire the view from the top of the observation tower in Pattaya, Thailand. The sky is thundery and the sea is a ... Read more
Politics in this country too dirty for you? It is precisely the dirt in politics that should make you join it and clean it up. Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, archbishop of Manila, urged the faithful during the Holy Week to enter the very institutions most prone to corruption, abuse, cheating, and to “align their affairs” with the “way of God.” Among these are the worlds of finance, business ... Read more
Ask any marijuana user or the internet, and you'll be inundated with anecdotes about how smoking weed makes sex "just better." Anecdotally, we'd have to agree with this stance, but we wanted to have a little more scientific backup.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] Read more
People approaching retirement will be given a death date by the Government to stop them squandering their savings, ministers announced yesterday. The Government will use factors like smoking, eating habits and how rich or poor they are to estimate how long they have left. Read more