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Smoking rates drop, but habit still costly: Impact on households $1,000 per year

Smoking rates in Bartholomew County are dropping, but Indiana’s statewide rate continues to be a costly challenge to Hoosiers’ health, quality of life and community economic development. In Indiana, 2... read more

Save $3,300 per year by not smoking

(Medical Xpress) -- The United States is winning the war against smoking. More than 3 million Americans quit smoking every year and fewer are adopting the unhealthy and expensive habit ... your heart ... read more

Turn on, tune in, drop out: Canada legalises pot

Also, doctors have repeatedly warned about marijuana’s health risks, especially for users under 25 whose brains still are developing. A new Quebec study flags the danger of pot smoking for the roughly ... read more

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Wyoming cigarette tax could go up $1 per pack. But questions about reservation sales remain.

CHEYENNE — Smokers in Wyoming would pay an additional $1 per ... smoking rates rather than simply raise additional revenue. The American Cancer Society has opposed more modest increases in the past, i... read more

Anne Case on mortality and morbidity in the 21st Century

Actually if we go back to the 20 th century for whites in America aged 45 to 54, the mortality rate fell from 1,400 per 100,000 people in, say, 1900 down to 400. So a drop of 1,000 ... about the diffe... read more

American Smokers and Income, Charted

smoking decreases as income increases. The poll, based on interviews with more than 75,000 Americans this year, also indicated that Americans are thoroughly worldly when it comes to lighting up — they ... read more

How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

Since the public perceives the fight to be expensive ... Partially as a result, Hartford's death rate for infants under a year old in 1983 was 15.9 per 1,000 live births--down from 24.7 in 1977 but st... read more

10 Things You’ll Spend More on in Retirement

Unpredictable and costly new diagnoses and hospitalizations drive much of the increase in health care spending for the average retired household ... many retirees drop unhealthy habits, such as drinki... read more

Rising living costs are hitting some of us harder

The most recent inflation figures showed the consumer price index had grown by a relatively high 3 per cent in the past year ... Weightings of household expenditures for cost of living and consumer pr... read more

The Town Almost Swallowed by a Coal Mine

And there’s little hope for that to drop anytime soon. In 2013, coal’s share of the country’s energy mix rose 1.5 percent over the previous year ... that are too expensive for individuals or small com... read more

TV shortens life by 22 minutes per hour

Last year, another Australian study by Professor David Dunstan and colleagues from the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne found an hour of TV viewing a day led to an 8 per ... smoking ... read more

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