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Cancer Facts and Figures 1996: Tobacco Use - Concise summary from the American Cancer Society of tobacco use, cigarettes, trends in smoking, profiling smokers, costs of tobacco, nicotine addiction, secondhand smoke, spit tobacco, and industrial hazards.
He wanted you to know - Article from the St. Petersburg Times, Florida. Bryan Curtis started smoking at 13, never thinking that 20 years later cigarettes would kill him and leave his wife and children alone. Half of all tobacco deaths are people aged 35 to 69; this is one person's story.
Nicotine Addiction And Cigarettes - American Lung Association info sheets on smoking, nicotine, and related topics: does smoking help people relax? What quitting methods work?
Nicotine Addiction in Britain - Extensive report produced by the Royal College of Physicians. "Nicotine addiction is one of the major reasons why people continue to smoke cigarettes, and cigarettes are in reality extremely effective and closely controlled nicotine delivery devices".
Nicotine Junkies - Information on kids and smoking, facts about smoking and addiction.
Nicotine and Addiction - ASH-UK factsheet on nicotine, its properties, and how cigarettes and tobacco products deliver it to the body.
Nicotine, Tobacco, and Smoking - What's the Big Deal? - Basic info on smoking, quitting, cigarettes, and other tobacco products.
Obituary: Phil Walters - A Chicago newsman who died of lung cancer writes his own obituary: "No one knows better than I how insidious tobacco addiction is, how it can cause otherwise intelligent and rational people to deny and delay".
Quit Victoria - "Tobacco smoking is the single most important cause of ill health and premature death in Australia." Not just quitting info -- health questions answered; effects of cigarettes; quit evaluation studies; information in languages other than English; smokefree workplaces and dining.
Report of the UK Scientific Committee on Tobacco and Health - Report covers the scientific evidence on active smoking, passive smoking, nicotine addiction, price and marketing of cigarettes and other tobacco products, cessation, key conclusions.
Smoking And Tobacco Factsheets - From the Missouri Health Department, a large set of factsheets on cigarettes, tobacco advertising, health effects, and secondhand smoke.
Smoking Cigarettes - From a doctor's group: smoking; quitting; health and money costs of smoking; tobacco industry advertising and political influence; fire; secondhand smoke; spit tobacco; resources on smoking and health. "If you smoke and your doctor doesn't tell you to quit every time he or she sees you, you need to get a new doctor."
Sylvester Stallone's agreement - Letter from Stallone documenting his cigarette product placement deal with Brown and Williamson Tobacco.
TCSG - Tobacco and The Elderly - Papers and factsheets on: tobacco and minorities, state tobacco settlement funds, tobacco and older persons.
Tobacco BBS - Cigarettes, tobacco, and smoking-related news and issues, addresses, tobacco history, information on quitting, and a quote of the day section.
Tobacco Explained: The Truth About The Tobacco Industry In Its Own Words - ASH UK paper based on a review of thousands of internal tobacco industry documents that "reveal the most astonishing systematic corporate deceit". Covers industry knowledge, strategy, and action on smoking and health; nicotine and addiction; marketing to children; advertising; cigarette design; passive smoking; emerging markets; women.
Tobacco Web - From Australia: cigarettes, tobacco history; current trends; smoking and health, the tobacco industry -- recent revelations; secondhand smoke; young people and smoking; smoking in the workplace; tqitting smoking.
Tobacco in Australia: Facts and Issues - A complete, online, book, with all citations to the literature. Covers cigarettes, other tobacco products; statistics and trends; health effects; smoking in the workplace and public places; public policy; addiction; quitting; anti-smoking campaigns; the tobacco industry; and more.
Tobacco on Course to Become World's Leading Cause of Death - "With 1.1 billion smokers worldwide, tobacco use has reached the proportions of a global epidemic. By 2030, tobacco is expected to be the biggest cause of death worldwide, killing one out of every six people". National Geographic article.