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explores the history of tobacco as well as today’s issues—from the rise of novel tobacco products such as e-cigarettes to regulations surrounding tobacco’s use, marketing and other aspects of industry behavior...Dr. Michael Eriksen, an international exper
Nov 26, 2016 iTunes
added Nov 26, 2016 02:19
dates the invention of the e-cigarette to 1965...“Many people died needlessly of cancer in the decades after the electronic cigarette had been invented, and before its eventual rediscovery, but the new version may be a revolution in public health.
Nov 25, 2016 New York Times
added Nov 25, 2016 23:14
the experiments they conducted walked a narrow line between improvisation and barbarism. One involved injecting heated tobacco juice into the suffering patient. It went as poorly as you might expect.
Nov 17, 2016 New York Times
added Nov 17, 2016 02:48
45 Pleased as Punch: interview with the tobacco industry 267 46 Smoking bastions set to crumble 206 47 Why even “wowsers” argue about smoke bans 209 48 How Santa and the Tooth Fairy collaborated to allow smoking at 212 casino 49 Is a smoking ban in UK pa
Nov 12, 2016 University of Sydney eScholarship Repository (au)
added Nov 12, 2016 23:07
A book of his poems, edited by the poet Paul Muldoon, is about to published... “We try to live by the moral guide that he laid down,” Mr. Cash said, which, among other things, means no alcohol or tobacco ads.
Nov 11, 2016 New York Times
added Nov 12, 2016 02:17
Nicotine is an addictive stimulant, and so is “Nicotine,” the new novel by Nell Zink...she finds that the house has been named Nicotine and is occupied by an approachable band of squatters, ostracized by other activist households because of their tobacco
Nov 11, 2016 New York Times
added Nov 11, 2016 17:17
Why English Keeps On, Like, Totally Changing: WORDS ON THE MOVE Why English Won’t — and Can’t — Sit Still (Like, Literally) By John McWhorter
I personally appreciated the book’s comprehensive and entertaining section on “backshift,” when the emphasis on a word travels...it enrages me when people in British historical dramas say “CIG-arette” when at the time they would have said “cigar-ETTE.”
Nov 3, 2016 New York Times
added Nov 3, 2016 15:35
What an extremely funny depiction of a long suffering husband. How patient he is. This play has always helped me to better comprehend Chekhov's basic state of mind--which is brilliant and human.
Oct 19, 2016 Goodreads
added Oct 19, 2016 16:06
implementing a project over the past few years to overhaul old community centers for the elderly in Seoul, drawing positive responses... "We will continue to do what we have been doing to make a difference for the elderly," a JTI spokeswoman said. "We wil
Oct 10, 2016 Korea Times (kr)
added Oct 14, 2016 17:02