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Since They Don’t Take Smoke Breaks, Should Non-Smokers Get Extra Vacation Days [POLL]

Everyone is entitled to certain breaks during their workday.  Lunch and two 15-minute breaks are actually mandatory by law for an eight hour shift.  So, should non-smokers get extra vacation days?

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Top US Tobacco Companies Enter E-Cigarette Market
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Should e-cigarettes Be Part Of The Smoking Ban In Amarillo? [POLL]

It was just announced that West Texas A&M University wants to change the current smoking policy to include e-cigarettes.

Currently there is no smoking allowed in the buildings but, at this moment, e-cigarettes are excluded.

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Should Electronic Cigarettes Be Allowed At The Work Place [POLL]

Back in the day, cigarettes were openly smoked at most places of employment.  But now a days most places ban cigarettes.  But what about electronic cigarettes?  Should you be allowed to smoke these at your work?

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Be a Quitter – Thursday is the Great American Smokeout!

Each year the American Cancer Society has a day where they encourage smokers to quit smoking.  It is a day where smokers can pledge to quit smoking.  The Great American Smokeout is on Thursday.

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Smoker on May 31, 2011 in San Francisco, California.
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There Are 3 Million Fewer Smokers in the US Today Than in 2009 — Why the Huge Drop?

It appears as if some smokers have been forced to either kick the habit or go broke, as a new study recently found that a massive tobacco tax increase may be responsible for the decline in smokers in this country, specifically among teens, the lower class and those who receive welfare.

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New Research Reveals Popular Kids Smoke More

We do not know anyone that believes it would be cool to eventually grow up to have heart disease, lung cancer or emphysema.

Yet, a new study suggests that popular students are smoking more cigarettes than those less popular, putting the the "cool kids" at a higher risk for developing health problems.

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Have You Smoked a Cigarette in the Past Week? — Survey of the Day

Between the persistency of the surgeon general and bans everywhere from workplaces to bars, being a smoker should be harder than it’s ever been before.

But are these anti-smoking efforts actually causing a decline in the rates of cigarette consumption?

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New Research Claims Exercise May Help You Stop Smoking

Smokers who have tried to quit in the past using patches, gum, voodoo witchdoctor magic and other addiction propaganda may just want to step outside for a run the next time they feel the need to smoke,.

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Nada Stankova Photography, Getty Images
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New Research Reveals Egg Yolk Is As Unhealthy as Cigarettes

Just short of playing Russian roulette at the breakfast table, the consensus seems to be that we are all doomed without a doubt, as the latest chapter of the great American death machine has just revealed that eating egg yolk may be just as bad as smoking cigarettes.

So what in the name of Joe Camel is going on here?

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Are Teens More Likely to Smoke After Seeing Actors Light Up In Movies?

Currently, movies depicting smoking are often rated PG-13, while smoking accompanied by other adult behaviors such as sex and violence results in a film being slapped with an R rating.

But since a new study suggests teens are more likely to smoke after seeing it on-screen, some people now say all movies with smoking should be restricted to adult viewers only.

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Can Secondhand Smoke Actually Make You Diabetic and Obese?

In the first study of its kind, scientists have used blood markers to determine that non-smokers exposed to secondhand smoke could have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes and obesity.

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New Study Reveals Teens Are Smoking Less

There is some good news being reported about the state of young people in America.

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