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Jamelle Peterkin

Children  19 April '17

Texas Mom Faces Charges For Burning And Torturing Own Son

A Texas mother was seen in a video burning her son and stuffing plastic to his mouth.

Smokers To Pay More For Cigarettes As Tobacco Tax Increases

Parenting  8 April '17

Death Related To Tobacco Smoking Increased In Four Countries

Cigarette smoking plays a significant factor in terms of death causes on major countries such as China, India, the United States and Russi.

Sugar Tax Proposed Following WHO Global Report On Diabetes

Health  31 January '17

Why Sugar Is Just As Bad As Smoking In Pregnant Women

Second-hand sugar, just like second-hand smoke, can be dangerous to the health of the unborn child.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Teens/Young Adults  9 November '16

Vaping Teens Most Likely To Be Heavy Smokers And Traditional Cigarette Smokers? Study Claims

A new study claims that teens who vape are most likely to become traditional cigarette smokers and smoke more often.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Body  20 July '16

Breaktime in The Workplace: E-Cigarette Smokers May Get Extra Breaks To Discourage Regular Cigarette Use

Companies are advised to give staff who use e-cigarettes extra breaks and create special vaping rooms at work to encourage the end of regular cigarettes.

Twenty-Year-Old People Celebrate Coming-Of-Age Around Japan

College Success  17 July '16

Nicotine Fix No More: Michigan State University Will Ban Smoking Cigarettes & Other Tobacco Products

The university's ban covers the whole range of tobacco products such as cigarettes, e-cigarettes or vape, hookahs, and chewable tobacco, among others. Tobacco use is not permitted in MSU's buildings, dormitories, lawns, sidewalks, and even in personal vehicles sitting on the university's parking lots.

The 148th Belmont Stakes

Body  28 June '16

New Study Reveals Smokers Don't Even Know What They are Inhaling!

We can all assume that it is common knowledge that cigarettes and other tobacco products contain various harmful chemicals, but the extent of these may not even be known to the people who use them.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Health/Nutrition  11 June '16

Cigarette Smoking Becoming Less Popular Among High School Students; E-Cigarettes Gaining Popularity

Behaviors such as fighting and cigarette smoking are now less popular, but the use of e-cigarettes and smartphones are now becoming more popular.

FDA Examines Menthol Cigarettes, With Possible Ban In Sight

Body  20 May '16

Half Of Cancer Deaths Could Be Prevented If People Just Quit Their Bad Habits

We finally know how cancer can be prevented. And it's as simple as refraining from bad habits and vices like smoking and heavy drinking.

France Introduce Smoking Ban In Public Places

Health/Nutrition  20 April '16

Watercress Can Detoxify Carcinogens From Cigarette Smoking

Watercress extract can detoxify harmful substances smokers typically inhale and reduce the risk for lung cancer.

Expecting couple relaxing inside a hammock

Pregnancy  17 February '16

Having Problems Conceiving? Here Are 8 Tips To Improve Fertility

Increase your chances of getting pregnant by following some simple lifestyle changes.

Are e-cigarettes a gateway to traditional cigarette use?

Health/Nutrition  7 March '14

Are e-cigarettes a gateway to using traditional cigarettes?

E-cigarettes are in fact a gateway to smoking traditional cigarettes, a recent study says.

Electronic cigarette use a concern for Airmen

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Electronic cigarette use a concern for Air Force members

Electronic cigarette use is becoming a concern for Air Force health care providers as the new devices quickly overtake traditional cigarettes in popularity.

Teen Smoking

Health/Nutrition  26 August '13

Primary Care Provider Should Intervene Early to Prevent Children Smokers: USPSTF Guidelines

New guidelines from the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) suggests primary care providers to offer interventions in order to help children an adolescents from smoking early on to prevent the habit from spiraling out of control.

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