Smoking Kills

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Smoking Kills

Smoking Kills

  • Author: Antoine Laurain
  • Publisher: Gallic Books
  • ISBN: 1910477559
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: N.A
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How far would you go to enjoy a cigarette? When headhunter Fabrice Valentine faces a smoking ban at work, he decides to undertake a course of hypnotherapy to rid himself of the habit. At first the treatment works, but his stress levels begin to rise when he is passed over for an important promotion and he finds himself lighting up again - but with none of his previous enjoyment. Then he discovers something terrible: he accidentally causes a mans death, and needing a cigarette to calm his nerves, he enjoys it more than any other previous smoke. What if he now needs to kill someone every time he wants to properly appreciate his next Benson and Hedges? An original and totally French black comedy from bestselling author, Antoine Laurain.

Smoking Kills

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Smoking Kills

Smoking Kills

The Revolutionary Life of Richard Doll

  • Author: Conrad Keating
  • Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
  • ISBN: 1909930407
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 519
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At the end of the Second World War, Britain had the highest incidence of lung cancer in the world. For the first time lung cancer deaths exceeded those from tuberculosis - and no one knew why. On 30 September 1950, a young physician named Richard Doll concluded in a research paper that smoking cigarettes was 'a cause and an important cause' of the rapidly increasing epidemic of lung cancer. His historic and contentious finding marked the beginning of a life-long crusade against premature death and the forces of 'Big Tobacco'. Born in 1912, Doll, a natural patrician, jettisoned his Establishment background and joined the Communist Party as a reaction to the 'anarchy and waste' of capitalism in the 1930s. He treated the blistered feet of the Jarrow Marchers, served as a medical officer at the retreat to Dunkirk, and became a true hero of the NHS. A political revolutionary and an epidemiologist with a Darwinian heart-of-stone, Doll fulfilled his early ambition to be 'a valuable member of society'. Doll steered a course through a minefield of medical and political controversy. Opponents from the tobacco industry questioned his science, while later critics from the environmental lobby attacked his alleged connections to the chemical industry. An enigmatic individual, Doll was feared and respected throughout a long and wide-ranging scientific career which ended only with his death in 2005. In this authorised and groundbreaking biography, Conrad Keating reveals a man whose life and work encapsulates much of the twentieth century. Described by the British Medical Journal as 'perhaps Britain s most eminent doctor', Doll ushered in a new era in medicine: the intellectual ascendancy of medical statistics. According to the Nobel laureate Sir Paul Nurse, his work, which may have prevented tens of millions of deaths, 'transcends the boundaries of professional medicine into the global community of mankind.' 'A well-crafted biography of Doll, [who] single-handedly saved millions of lives with his findings.' - New Scientist 'As this fascinating and fair-minded biography makes clear, while Doll's political instincts were radical, he was nevertheless a conservative scientist, always cautious in causal inference. . . Impressive and engaging.' - International Journal of Epidemiology

SMOKING KILLS

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SMOKING KILLS

SMOKING KILLS

LEARN THE DIFFERENT WAYS TO QUIT SMOKING

  • Author: MIKE JONES
  • Publisher: Coffey Publishing
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 6
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Smoking is very dangerous. It is very important that we educate as many people as possible about its harmful effects. Read the book for more info.

SMOKING KILLS

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SMOKING KILLS

SMOKING KILLS

LEARN THE DIFFERENT WAYS TO QUIT SMOKING

  • Author: MIKE JONES
  • Publisher: Coffey Publishing
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 6
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Smoking is very dangerous. It is very important that we educate as many people as possible about its harmful effects. Read the book for more info.

Smoking Cigars for Your Health

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Smoking Cigars for Your Health

Smoking Cigars for Your Health

  • Author: Anthony Normand
  • Publisher: AA
  • ISBN: 1490416285
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 24
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A little pocket guide of why Smoking Cigars for your health is the new "healthy" option for any busy lifestyle. It is really just Quit/Stop smoking satire written by a lover of smoking and fine cigars.

Peddling Poison

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Peddling Poison

Peddling Poison

The Tobacco Industry and Kids

  • Author: Clete Snell
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 9780275982393
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 169
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Documents the tremendous changes in the last decade in the political and legal landscape of tobacco control and how it impacts youth.

What Nobody Ever Told You

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What Nobody Ever Told You

What Nobody Ever Told You

  • Author: B. Ganeshkumar
  • Publisher: Pustak Mahal
  • ISBN: 8122310451
  • Category:
  • Page: 160
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Ever heard of a story with a moral and that moral being a PJ? Ever thought that smoking can make you a millionaire? Ever considered that replying chain mails can be funnier than forwarding them? Will you ever dare to take your girlfriend on a date and give her a lecture on numbers instead of wooing her? Well, there is one guy in the Universe who thinks and does all this and much more. Welcome to the world of young Kuttappan, who ruined by the over-engineered intelligence of our education system, now sees every situation in life from a completely different perspective. And today Kuttappan is all set to tell you What Nobody Ever Told You about the very same situations we face in our everyday lives.