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Anti-smoking campaigns run to extremes.
It is strange to what can bring the foolishness of anti-smoking crusaders in their attempts to impose all the rules of a healthy lifestyle, even if they lead to a violation of all norms, artistic freedom and civil society.
read more ...03/03/15
History of cigarette packs.
Basically, materials of which were made cigarette packing initially, are popular and now, the paper and cardboard, as well as different types of wood and tin.
read more ...02/02/15
In the CIS countries Marlboro is no longer trendy.
Based on this principle, Philip Morris company decided to give an impetus to the brand's flagship and launched in CIS market - Marlboro Light (Marlboro Gold Original) made in Germany.
read more ...01/17/15
'Prenatal Necotine Exposure Affects Foetus'

07/12/04

PRENATAL exposure to nicotine appears to inflict lasting damage that may leave the brain vulnerable to further injury and addiction upon later use of the drug.

Research at the Duke University Medical Center, found in studies done on rats, that exposure to nicotine in fetal development alters the brain structures and activity in regions critical to learning, memory and reward. These changes, in turn influence nicotine's effects on the brain during adolescence, a time when smokers first take up the habit. The study might provide a biological explanation for the high incidence of smoking among teens whose mothers smoked during pregnancy, the researchers said. Teens whose mothers smoked during pregnancy can show signs of nicotine dependence and withdrawal after just a handful of cigarettes" says Theotore Slotkin, professor of pharmacology at Duke. Prenatal exposure to nicotine reduces the brain's response to acetylcholine (a natural chemical messenger that plays a critical response in learning and memory) because of it's ability to mimic acetylcholine. The reduced response of acetylcholine systems in the adolescent brain following prenatal exposure might lead teens to self-administer nicotine in an attempt to replace the brain's functional loss.

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