What Happens If I Smoke With Diabetes?

What Happens If I Smoke With Diabetes?

A new report from the SEARCH Study Group revealed that cigarette smoking is very common among children and young adults with diabetes.

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WHO urges countries to raise tobacco tax

WHO urges countries to raise tobacco tax

The World Health Organization urges countries to raise taxes on tobacco products, as tobacco-related diseases are the world’s leading cause of death.

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How does tobacco affect a life insurance premium?

How does tobacco affect a life insurance premium?

In any event or situation, the usage of tobacco will increase your premium; the only question is by how much. Every life insurance company treats the different forms of tobacco – cigarettes, cigars, and chewing tobacco – in their own fashion, which is why companies will ask you very specific questions during the application process.

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What cancers are preventable?

What cancers are preventable?

One important and simple strategy for holding down the cost of one’s life insurance premiums and to live a long and healthy life is to avoid certain habits and activities that can greatly increase the risk of cancer.

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How effective are local efforts in getting people not to smoke?

How effective are local efforts in getting people not to smoke?

Falling rates of tobacco use in Oregon have helped cut the yearly number of cigarettes sold there by 3.4 billion, meaning that today’s Oregonians smoke a little more than half as much as they did in 1996, according to the state Department of Human Services.

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