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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

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

10 surprising benefits of quitting smoking

He quit smoking on an ... by 365 days in the year. Comes out to $2,190. Looking at this long term, that's about $122,000 over the next 56 years (when I turn 100). Assuming cigarettes continue to incre... read more

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Take Official EV Range Numbers With A Grain Of Salt

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Study protocol: A cluster randomised controlled trial of implementation intentions to reduce smoking initiation in adolescents

Two studies have assessed the impact of ... analysis will use smoking rates in the two arms of the trial, and ‘cost per non-initiation of smoking’ will be estimated. Second, it will adopt a lifetime h... read more

Drinking: 18 vs. 21

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Let's All Go to the Gun Show, Or, How the Obama Administration Has Stimulated the Firearms Industry

38 revolver who has proclaimed rifles "boring" because it's too easy to hit the target. Still, the words "let's all go to the gun show" have never before passed her lips. Clearly, she's in tune with a ... read more



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