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No safe cigarettes

There is no such thing as a safe cigarette, and that includes those that claim to deliver less tar and nicotine. People who switch to these ?lighter? cigarettes typically inhale longer and smoke more cigarettes to keep their level of nicotine up. In the end, they spend more money on cigarettes, take the same amount of poison into their bodies, and run no less risk of disease.…

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