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I am not a cigarette smoker, but I do enjoy the occasional cigar, and the beach is one of my favorite places to relax. I try to make sure I am not bothering anyone with the smoke, and I always place my butt in with the rest of my trash (even though a cig
City smokers have until June 1 before new regulations take effect that will curb where they will be able to light up and restrict cigar and other tobacco sales. And, no, electronic cigarettes, or “e-cigs,” are not exempt.
In a new Facebook snap, the 66-year-old admits he ‘loves to break the rules’ as he is seen brazenly lighting up a cigar at Facebook’s tobacco free headquarters in Silicon Valley.
nearly 1,300 active duty U.S. Air Force airmen at Langley Air Force Base were documented as tobacco users, according to the Corporate Dental Application U.S. military Dental Data Status. In an attempt to reduce these numbers, using smoke and smokeless p
Hawaii lawmakers have killed proposals aimed at raising the legal age for buying tobacco to 21 and clamping down on smoking at beaches statewide. But they’re advancing bills that would restrict smoking and make it more expensive, continuing a trend in Haw
do not they who smoke also need a place to lay their weary heads? Yes, they do, insists Shawn Bradley, who runs an odd little website called Smoketels.com, where those who puff can book a hotel that welcomes them.
The first regulation, effective Jan. 1, restricts cigar packaging and bans the sale of blunt wraps and the sale of tobacco in health-care institutions such as pharmacies, and caps the number of tobacco permits. The new policy restricts retailers from se
Dixie State University in St. George has become Utah’s first public institution of higher education to ban all forms of tobacco on campus. “It was a student-driven initiative that was in the works for almost four complete years,” DSU Dean of Students Del
On current trends, the cigar will all but disappear from Britain by 2026. The glamour of cigars – as epitomised by politicians and film stars, from Winston Churchill to Clint Eastwood – has been extinguished as smoking bans, coupled with ever higher rate