Tobacco product use has been discouraged in the United States and abroad for centuries. In 1604, King James I published A Counterblaste to Tobacco, describing smoking tobacco as, “a custome lothsome to the eye, hatefull to the Nose, harmefull to the braine, [and] dangerous to the Lungs”. However, in contrast to strict regulations found elsewhere…

 

I’ve been getting a few messages from new vapers wondering about the safety of e-cigarettes so I decided to put together this video where I assess the dangers of e-cigarettes and try to answer the question “is vaping safe?”. In this video I’ll also explain how I came to the conclusion that I ended up…

 

Everyone knows that smoking can and does kill you. The danger signs are everywhere. On cigarette packets, adverts, government health warnings and yet people still smoke cigarettes. What people do not realize though is this. That it is not just the nicotine making you ill. It is all the chemicals and additives put in cigarettes,…

 

It’s becoming more and more popular in America to smoke hookah. It’s commonly thought that it’s much safer than smoking cigarettes, but is there any truth to this? Trace shatters your misconceptions about the safety of smoking out of a water pipe on this episode of DNews. Read More: Hookah, is it really harmless? http://www.resmedjournal.com/article/S0954-6111(14)00056-0/abstract…

 

The TV campaign Every cigarette is doing you damage highlights the health effects of smoking and advertises the Quitline number. It is a ‘threat-appeal’ campaign, adapted from the National Australian Tobacco Campaign. The seven commercials – lung, brain, aorta, tumour, lung/tar, heart attack and eye – pull no punches about the devastating effects smoking has…

 

Smoking has a wide variety of health effects and can affect just about every organ in the body. But one of the organs that is most directly affected is the lungs. This is maybe not surprising as this is the organ in direct contact with cigarette smoke. The lungs are organs of respiration. They are…

 

It states in the Surgeon General’s report, “…because their bodies are developing, infants and young children are especially vulnerable to the poisons in secondhand smoke.” This Mashkiki Ogichidaag video focuses on the effects of second-hand smoke as well as the unfamiliar third-hand smoke outside of an American Indian agency worksite and how it negatively impacts…

 

The science behind: Why is smoking so addictive? When nicotine goes into your brain it releases chemicals that relax you or make you more focused. Let’s explain how you get hooked onto these sensations. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1TQwHhO FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/BRBScience Additional info: Why is smoking additive? http://bit.ly/1mEKeVj Why is it so hard to quit?- American Heart Association:…

 

There is a way to forget and wean from smoking cigarettes painlessly and costs almost nothing. Go to your pantry and look for a white vinegar. Also go to your bathroom and pick your favorite toothpaste. I prefer the sweet Colgate toothpaste. The key to forget smoking (even if you don’t want to quit) is…

 

For the past century the attitude to smoking has changed. It once used to be fashionable, sexy, and wide-spread, but nowadays smoking is seen as an unhealthy habit which decreases a lifetime of both a smoker and everyone around them. Today we will get you through some scary facts related to smoking, cigarettes, and people…

 

Ever think about the dangers of smokeless tobacco ? If you use smokeless tobacco your first thoughts are probably the chance of contracting lip, tongue, throat and stomach cancer. These are certainly cancers that have been proven to develop from smokeless tobacco use. Many people are not aware that smokeless tobacco has a more far…

 

We all know we shouldn’t smoke, but why is smoking bad for you? Instead of just taking it at face value let’s break down the specific reasons why smoking is bad for you and, if you are a smoker, why you should stop smoking as soon as possible. Health Reasons First and foremost, smoking is…