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The state has an interest in discouraging destructive behavior.
Spanish smokers simply switched to hand-rolled cigarettes after a minimum tax was implemented in 2006.
NEW YORK (AP) — Government health officials launched the second round of a graphic ad campaign Thursday that is designed to get smokers off tobacco, saying they believe the last effort convinced tens of thousands to quit.
The nation's doctor was well-beloved.
Rethinking the popular claim that habits form in 21 days
Former New England Patriot Matt Light's battle with Crohn's disease; when science met The Biggest Loser
Graphic images of health consequences shored up smokers' intentions to quit, study found.
Recommendation follows on prior study finding 20 percent reduction in deaths for older smokers.
North Carolina study finds even those who smoke favor restrictions in homes, public places.
A new report attempts to compare the relative effects of habits on life expectancy.