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[California] KLEIN: Cigarettes cause wrinkles? Snore. It's time to fix anti-smoking ads

They care intensely about the people they love….I fantasize about finely-tuned ads that could tell heartbreaking mini-stories: of a teenager who realizes that a father will not be there for a commencement...if we tried combating smoking with anger over th
Los Angeles Times
added Jul 9, 2014 19:59
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[UK] How to prevent saggy breasts and keep that perky look - forever

Mr Laidlaw, who is also based at the Nuffield Hospital, Guildford, said: 'The effect on a woman's breasts is so marked that it is possible to see if she smokes just by looking at the condition of her breasts. Even giving up smoking after a number of year
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 28, 2012 17:20
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[UK] Proof cigarettes really DO take a toll on your looks: Survey of 500 twins found the one who smoked is less attractive to the opposite sex

Professor Ian Penton-Voak, a co-author of the study from Bristol University, said: ‘People hypothesise that smoking causes damage to the skin and appearance, but this is a really neat way at looking at it because these twins are genetically identical so
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 24, 2017 17:42
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Skilled body artist depicts the damage wreaked by smoking by turning herself into a human ASHTRAY (complete with lungs filled with cigarette butts)

Skilled body artist and cosmetics expert Mirjana Kika Milosevic, from Smederevo, Serbia, painted her head like an ashtray and her chest like a pair of lungs filled with cigarette butts... The spine-chilling video, which took around six hours to make, wo
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 24, 2017 17:29
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[Europe, USA] Vapours of US and EU Market Leader Electronic Cigarette Brands and Liquids Are Cytotoxic for Human Vascular Endothelial Cells [FREE FULL TEXT]

e-cigarette vapour constituents affect cell viability, proliferation, morphology, metabolism, and state of inflammatory activation. [23, 25–28] All these alterations show that chemicals found in e-cigarette vapour influence cells in a fundamental way and
PLoS (Public Library of Science)
added Jun 29, 2016 14:26
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[UK] The future's not pretty: Former Miss Universe Rachael Finch gets a 'make-under' in campaign showing how smoking cigarettes can destroy beauty

We're used to seeing former Miss Universe Australia Rachael Finch looking picture perfect. But a snap of the star uploaded to Instagram on Thursday shocked fans when it showed the 25-year-old looking tired, haggard and drawn, compared to her usual polis
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2014 10:54
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How Does Smoking Cigarettes Make Your Skin Look Older? Twin Study Shows How Smoking Causes Premature Aging

(Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery/American Society of Plastic Surgeons.) The twin on the left is a non-smoker. The twin on the right smoked for 29 years, as seen by aging around the eyes.
Medical Daily
added Oct 30, 2013 13:04
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[Asia, India] Look what smoking has done to Shah Rukh Khan’s fingers

over the years the effects of smoking have started to show on King Khan’s face – the wrinkles, the yellow finger tips, the crow’s feet, the dark circles and many more are visible. There’s no denying the fact that Salman and Aamir who belong to the same ag
Daily Bhaskar (in)
added Sep 26, 2013 05:38
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[UK] How anti-smoking campaigns should focus on money-saving and health improvements from quitting rather than negatives

The Wellcome Trust research suggests that young people have greater difficulty in learning from bad news to interpret their risk of future events, which might explain why they often do not respond to warnings. Yellow teeth: A government 'Smoking damages
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 11, 2013 10:47
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Threat Of Wrinkles And Impotence Could Be Enough To Make People Stop Smoking

A new study has found that female smokers are more concerned about wrinkles, and male smokers about their sexual stamina, than they are about developing cancer.
Medical Daily
added Jun 26, 2013 06:54
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