Aug 31, 2006

Tobacco company's - Always looking out for your welfare

Via Comcast, STEVE LeBLANC from Associated Press writes:

The level of nicotine that smokers typically consume per cigarette has risen about 10 percent in the past six years, making it harder to quit and easier to get hooked, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Massachusetts Department of Health.

The study shows a steady climb in the amount of nicotine delivered to the lungs of smokers regardless of brand, with overall nicotine yields increasing by about 10 percent.

This is particularly despicable in my eyes since cigarettes are primarily responsible for both of my parents deaths.

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