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“It’s Earth Week. There should be zero tolerance in Hagerstown and Washington County for littering of cigarette butts; burning cigarette butts in roadways, and cigarette butts in our beautiful parks.” — Hagerstown “In regard...
Florida voters have given lifelong smokers such as Jack Ferrara new reason to breathe easy. After a number of tries with nicotine patches, acupuncture and hypnosis failed him, the Hollywood retiree finally snuffed out his 58-year cigarette habit —...
The academic rigors of second-grade math were proving too difficult for a young Ronald Bonk. The mocking numbers overwhelmed him. Bonk chewed on his pencils, hoping the method would provide prescience. The stress roiled. Eventually the habit evolved,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter throat cancer took his voice box, it took David Briles three years to learn how to speak a complete sentence by burping continuously. The 59-year-old Charleston, W.Va., native never regained much of his ability to laugh again, but was determined...
Tags: Throat Cancer, Politics, Human Rights, Students, Relay for Life
Mid-Continent University’s Advantage Mid-Continent University’s Advantage is an accelerated adult degree completion program that brings classes to local community classrooms throughout 27 cities and towns including Somerset, Danville and Mt....
MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana has the nation's seventh-highest percentage of smokers, with more than a quarter of the state's population smoking, but more than half of those people tried to quit in 2011, according to a study. "Most people...
Marc Collins was a carefree, 28-year-old Brit looking to blow off some steam when he and a buddy decided to fly to the U.S. for a week's vacation in May 1991. "My friend (David) and I wanted to take in the sights, so we flew to Miami," recalls Marc, now...
No butts about it -- using nicotine products is not only detrimental to your health, but possibly your job search as well. Especially if you're looking for a job in the health care industry. On Feb. 1, Flint-based McLaren Health Care, which oversees...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with HIV are almost 50 percent more likely to have a heart attack than those who aren't infected with the virus - even after taking into account their other health risks, according to a new study. Researchers aren't...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Graphic warning labels on packs of cigarettes may convince some people that smoking ups the risk of bladder cancer, says a new study from Canada. A survey of 291 people at doctors' offices in Toronto found less than half...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Although the long-term health effects of electronic cigarettes are unknown, a new survey finds people who use the devices think of them as a safer alternative to tobacco and a means to break the smoking habit. Researchers from...
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