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            "headlineText": "\u2018Better Call Saul\u2019 Stars Break Down That Final Cigarette Scene and Flash of Color",
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            "subhead": "And Gould also revealed that, yes, the cigarettes were real: \u201cBoth Bob and Rhea were coughing. I had cigarette smoke down my throat for a couple days after. It looks so damn cool, but it\u2019s not good for you.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "ARCHIVE: New discovery links nicotine with obesity-fighting \u2018beige\u2019 fat",
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            "summary": "Now researchers from the University of Michigan and American University believe they\u2019ve uncovered a signaling pathway that prompts beige cells to burn energy. Surprisingly, they discovered that nicotine contributes to this process\u2014a revelation that could explain why some smokers say the habit helps them lose weight.",
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            "headlineText": "Bisbee: Smoke-free laws lead to stronger economy",
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            "summary": "A healthy workplace increases productivity while lowering costs related to absenteeism, turnover and insurance. Productivity losses related to personal and family health problems cost U.S. employers $1,685 per employee per year, or $225.8 billion annually.\r\nEmployees, businesses and the state as a whole benefit from laws and policies that encourage healthy lifestyles by reducing tobacco use and promoting nutrition and physical activity. In Oklahoma, passing universal smoke-free laws would lead to a healthier workforce and economy.\r\nThe economic impact of smoking is startling",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco product use and the risks of SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19: current understanding and recommendations for future research [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "evidence supports a role for cigarette smoking in increasing the risk of poor COVID-19 outcomes, including hospital admission, progression in disease severity, and COVID-19-related mortality. We discuss the potential effects of tobacco use behaviour on SARS-CoV-2 transmission and infection, and highlight the pathophysiological changes associated with cigarette smoking that could promote SARS-CoV-2 infection and increased disease severity. We consider the biological mechanisms by which nicotine and other tobacco product constituents might affect immune and inflammatory responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Finally, we identify current knowledge gaps and suggest priorities for research to address acute and post-acute health outcomes of COVID-19 during and after the pandemic.",
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            "headlineText": "is smoking a determining factor?",
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            "summary": "At present, smoking appears to be the main known environmental factor in the onset of Crohn\u2019s disease. This causal link has been demonstrated by numerous studies over the years. All demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that smokers have a double risk of developing Crohn\u2019s disease compared to non-smokers. However, the mechanism resulting from the harmful effect of tobacco on the wall of the intestine still remains rather vague for the moment.\r\n\r\n\r\nFor their part, non-smokers are also not completely immune to the harmful effects of tobacco in the development of Crohn\u2019s disease. According to one study on the subject, passive smoking would significantly increase the subsequent risk of developing Crohn\u2019s disease.",
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            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: Endorsement: Just say no to the nanny state, vote no on Proposition 31",
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            "summary": "Proposition 31 is a referendum on a clear case of government overreach from Sacramento.\r\n\r\nA \u201cYes\u201d vote upholds Senate Bill 793, which was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2020. The law bans the sale of tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, with distinctive flavorings.\r\n\r\nA \u201cNo\u201d vote overturns the law. In our view, this is the correct vote and it\u2019s no contest.",
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            "headlineText": "FELDMAN: FDA has taken a slow journey to proposed menthol cigarette ban",
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            "summary": "After the 2009 ban on flavored cigarettes, there was a shift to flavored cigars among kids (and adults), especially among Black and Hispanic youth, who are twice as likely to smoke flavored products as compared with whites. One study found that 74% of teens said they smoked cigars because of the flavorings.\r\n\r\nOne objection to banning menthol and flavorings is that it would place individuals at risk for criminal prosecution for possession of menthol-tobacco products. The FDA is clear that enforcement would only be applied to manufacturers, distributors and retailers, not individuals.\r\n\r\nThe bans are an important step to further promote cessation and to reduce smoking-related premature deaths, especially among minorities.",
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            "headlineText": "Most fined for public smoking: Karnataka leads with 35% cases",
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            "headlineText": "County takes up tow fees, sales tax extension and cigarettes",
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            "headlineText": "How much were the cigarette prices, how many TL? Saturday, August 14, 2022 Is there a hike in cigarettes, will there be a raise of 2 TL? Current list of cheapest and most expensive cigarette prices after cigarette hike",
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            "headlineText": "2 TL hike for cigarettes? Here is the latest",
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            "subhead": "Precisely, doctors and specialists assure that the consumption of this type of cigarettes is as harmful as that of traditional, and can even generate an equal or greater level of addiction. Nicotine is the main component of these \u2018vapers\u2019, and this explai",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco products to become costlier in budget FY 2020-21",
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            "summary": "Cigarettes will be costlier as the finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal proposed to increase supplementary duty on tobacco consumption.\r\n\r\nThe Finance minister said the measure was taken \"to reduce the consumption of tobacco products and maximise revenue collection from this sector.\"",
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            "headlineText": "New Canaan business fails tobacco inspection, police say",
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            "headlineText": "Innovations that harm: tobacco product and packaging in low-income and middle-income countries [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "Our response to tobacco innovations requires a multi-pronged approach consisting of evidence-based solutions espoused by the WHO FCTC and aggressive tobacco control policies that align with what has been found through monitoring of the tobacco market. We must counteract harmful and ongoing innovations with equally inventive solutions. Increasingly common discourse around the tobacco endgame calls for and poses innovative solutions to ending tobacco sales and use.30 While the onus should be placed on the tobacco industry to halt the tobacco epidemic, a long history of tobacco industry deception proves we cannot rely on them to do so. As described here, the tobacco industry continues to innovate in the combustible cigarette market despite industry claims such as BAT and PMI\u2019s that they are shifting their focus to \u2018reduced risk alternatives\u2019. Among the things that are certain, tobacco industry innovation is another. However, early death by tobacco does not have to be.",
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            "headlineText": "Phillip Morris Pakistan Posts Profit of Rs. 1.53 Billion in H1 CY2022",
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            "headlineText": "Referring to a Video Making Rounds on #socialmedia of a Passenger Smoking Onboard a ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India",
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            "headlineText": "Influencer Bobby Kataria In Trouble For 'Smoking Cigarette In Plane, Blocking Road To Drink Liquor'",
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            "summary": "Social media influencers these days resort to any type of tactics in order to gain views on their videos and increase their followers. A similar type of incident has landed a social media influencer into legal trouble. An old video of social media influencer Bobby Kataria, who has over 6 lakh followers on Instagram, has caused an outrage on the internet prompting legal actions against him. \r\nIn the video, widely shared online now, Gurugram-based Bobby Kataria can be seen lighting up and smoking a cigarette inside a plane.  The video was said to be shot in January inside a Delhi-bound SpiceJet aircraft when he was returning from Dubai.",
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            "headlineText": "Bobby Kataria of viral smoking video now claims it was a dummy plane; 'How can you take lighter?'",
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            "summary": "After a video of a man smoking inside a SpiceJet flight surfaced on the internet, the carrier aircraft on Thursday said that the action was taken as the passenger was put on a no-flying list by the airline for 15 days in February 2022.\r\n\r\nHowever, the accused social media influencer Balvinder Kataria alias Bobby Kataria claimed that it was a dummy plane and it was a part of his shooting in Dubai.\r\n\r\n\"The video in which I was seen smoking is not a normal airplane, it was a dummy plane and that was a part of my shooting in Dubai. Taking lighter inside the plane is not allowed,\" said Kataria.",
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            "headlineText": "Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against ECOS Products For Containing \u201cCarcinogenic\u201d Ingredients",
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            "headlineText": "Ukraine update: Belarus has another smoking accident; what's Ukraine's real plan at Kherson?",
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