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Smoking ArticlesSmoking: the process of inhaling, chewing or sniffing any tobacco product. 1.1 billion people use tobacco in the world and the numbers might increase to 1.6 billion in the next two decades. (Source ASH). Given this potential increase the number of deaths and severe medical problems will increase accordingly.
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The Physical Effects of Smoking: Preliminary Experimental Studies
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National Institute of Health-Cigarette smoke and adverse health effects: An overview of research trends and future needs
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New England Journal of Medicine-New Evidence That Cigarette Smoking Remains the Most Important Health Hazard
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National Institute of Health Why People Smoke
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Science News for Students-Concerns Explode over the New Health Risks of Vaping
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Scientific America-E-Cigs and Second-Hand Vaping
PubMed Health-Long-term vaping 'far safer than smoking' says 'landmark' study
Boston University-Beyond the Vapors
American Council of Science and Health-Not Blowing Smoke Vaping Works
New Scientist-Vaping isn't as Harmful to Your Cells as Smoking
National Institute of Health-Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping: A New Challenge in Clinical Medicine and Public Health. A Literature Review
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The Scientist-Swapping Cigarettes for Vaping
National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Medicine
E-Cigarettes and “Dripping” Among High-School Youth