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hi tania.. its interesting to see that you dont have one single coment... why do you think this is?.. i notice that unfortunately people on this site are not really interested in sharing their experiences regarding helping someone else.. shame.. but i do notice that most people are interested in a quick fix.. ie welbutrin chantrix nrt.. anything but just quitting and getting on with it... give me more drugs to stop me taking the drugs i am on now.. sad and pathetic..your article was cool and informative.. nothing new really but your concern for others is admirable.. maybe you could write an article on how addicts can pull their heads out of their asses.. stop complaining about the same old c**p that has been posted and answered a million times already on the site.. enlighten people to the fact that trying to help others solve their problems very often leads to finding answers to their own problems.. thats right people ! be selfish and help someone else.. stop banging on about the same old c**p...apply enough leverage and your head just might pop out of your ass.. thats supposing its not stuck up someone elses ass that is..javascript:emoticon('XD')
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Very good! i liked it a lot!
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Women smokers
By now, we are all aware that smoking is bad for you. Yet more and more women are taking up the habit, in part due to the media image presented of gorgeous women smoking cigarettes and presenting a glamourous image. What kind of effects does this have on women's health, and what can we do about it?
Women and Smoking
In the early twentieth century, few women smoked cigarettes. Over the years, it became more acceptable for women to smoke and many developed the habit. Today, it is estimated that nearly 20% of women in the United States alone are smokers. While fewer women smoke than men, the gap has dwindled sharply, and women are just as much at risk for smoking related diseases.
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