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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
Smoking quit rate high in region


The South East has one of the highest success rates for people quitting smoking with the NHS, figures show.

Over 40,000 people from the South East turned to the NHS for help giving up smoking and 26,000 were successful. The national average for people giving up with the NHS is 57% but in south west Kent the figure was 90% - the highest in the UK. In Sussex and Surrey the average number of people quitting was 61% and in Brighton it was 65%. The number of people using the NHS' Stop Smoking Services also increased and the Kent and Medway Strategic Health Authority (SHA) had the highest growth rate of 244% - almost four times the national average. The service provides advice, information, support groups and help from GPs, nurses and other trained advisers. Helen Atkinson, of Tobacco Control, said: "The South East's success is all down to the hard work and commitment of the Stop Smoking Services within Primary Care Trusts. "Many teams in the region are still fairly new and they have strived to develop innovative services over the past year." Smoking causes about 120,000 deaths in the UK every year and the NHS spends £1.7bn treating smoking-related

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