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Something Had To Give:

America drinks just as much as it did in the Mad Men era. But we smoke less.

April 6, 2015   |   Vox
A Lot To Chew On:

Tobacco Firm Asks FDA To Lift Warning Label

April 1, 2015   |   NPR
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No Place To Hide:

Parents who smoke are screwing up their kids even more than we thought

March 26, 2015   |   Salon
Made Them A Rolling Sucess:

The forgotten innovation that helped cigarettes conquer the world

March 19, 2015   |   Vox
Training Wheels:

Watching E-Cig Ads May Increase the Urge to Smoke, Study Says

March 15, 2015   |   Time
That Might Even Be Too Soon:

Study Supports Raising Tobacco-Purchase Age to 21

March 13, 2015   |   Wall Street Journal
They Can't Quit The Habit:

Tobacco giants resist harsh public admissions about smoking

February 21, 2015   |   Associated Press
Unfairly Blaming The Victim:

David Carr’s death and the stigma of lung cancer

February 19, 2015   |   New York Times
From Bad To Even Worse:

Smoking’s Death Toll May Be Higher Than Anyone Knew

February 12, 2015   |   NPR
Abstinence Pays:

Paying pregnant women to quit smoking pays off, study says

January 28, 2015   |   LA Times
They're Huffing and Puffing:

Race to Deliver Nicotine’s Punch, With Less Risk

December 26, 2014   |   New York Times
Not A Healthy Trend:

E-Cigarette Use on Rise for Teenagers, Study Finds

December 16, 2014   |   New York Times