There was big news coming out of the tobacco industry last week when the Food and Drug Administration announced to the world they were aiming to reduce the nicotine in cigarettes to a nonaddictive level.
The head of the Food and Drug Administration mentioned that if cigarettes were eradicated, it would prevent the needless deaths of near enough 500,000 per year in the United States due to nicotine addiction.
In a recent report, there has been an 80% increase of tobacco incidents in top grossing movies between 2015 and 2016. Public health officials are raising concerns that this could have an effect on the behaviour of young people’s smoking habits. This could also determine the behaviour of other adults who are trying to quit smoking as it promotes smoking in a glamorised way. Furthermore, it’s concern as the movies are a place ex-smokers go as it’s a place where you can’t smoke, so it could influence them too.
You might be the kind of person to very much aware the causes of 2nd hand smoke. You may decide to wave the smoke away and move away from it and think to yourself that you’re away from the toxic smoke. You may even be the kind of person who only uses second hand smoke to keep midges away. Except it’s likely that you’re not. You’re now entering the world of thirdhand smoking.
Since the introduction of e-cigarettes across the world, vaping has been seen as a safe alternative to smoking cigarettes. The thing is we still don’t know whether vaping is as safe as experts say. According to US Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy, he claims that cigarettes are unsafe and are a major public health concern.
Now, in new developments, Australian competition regulators have become the first agency in the world to take action against e-cigarette companies for misleading and false statements about carcinogens in the products they sell.
April is always an important month for Anne Penman Laser Therapy. It is a month of celebration and thanks for both Ron and I becoming non-smokers and this year Ron celebrating being 69. Back in 1987 after Ron’s first heart attack we were told he might not live to see 40, so after his first heart attack and waiting four years on a NHS list Ron finally had a triple bypass and we both became non-smokers with new goals and a passion to help others.
Whether we like it or not, the latest budget has affected people across the board. Alcohol has seen an increase for the first time with 2p added to the price of a pint. The budget is also targeting smokers. The average cost of a 20 pack of premium cigarettes will now cost £10.26 which is a 3.53% increase from £9.91. For someone who smokes 40 cigarettes a day that will cost them £143.64 a week while heavier smokes who smoke 60 cigarettes, it will cost these smokers around £215.46 a week.
Laser Therapy Training to Quit Smoking by Anne Penman
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By training with Anne Penman you will discover the benefits of learning Laser Therapy for nicotine addiction methods including and starting your own business and a new career path as well.Continue reading →
WHEN bookies’ manager Stella Hoey read our feature in January about laser therapy, she was stunned that she’d never heard of the stop-smoking treatment before. And she had no idea just what an impact the article was going to have on her life!
“I’m a big believer in things happening for a reason,” Stella smiles. “And that was the perfect example. I read the feature about Anne Penman’s weekend wellness retreat and, as a lifelong smoker, I just couldn’t believe that I had never heard of the therapy!Continue reading →