In Spain, the post smoking ban heart attack miracles are now being reported before they even happen. Closed spaces smoking ban resulting in fewer heart attacks in Spain
Avis à l’O.M.S. et à un nombre croissant d’hôpitaux et cliniques aux E.U. qui refusent d’engager des fumeurs même s’ils fument seulement en dehors de leurs heures de travail : Le chômage augmente les risques de mourir prématurément si on en croit cette étude qui nous parvient de Montréal.
From Springfield Missouri Springfield voters approved an indoor smoking ban by a margin of 53 percent to 47 percent. "Clean Air Springfield raised more than $82,000 in support of the ban. Other than a handful of local cash contributions, 99 percent of the total came from the American Cancer Society, the ACS Cancer Action Network and the American Heart Association. Live Free Springfield raised a fraction of that total -- about $16,600 at last report -- and members have been quick to tout the local sources of their funding." --- It is actually impressive that under such unequal circumstances, 47% of voters still voted against the ban.
À lire dans le site unairneuf.org l’influence de Pfizer sur la politique de prévention du tabagisme. ‘’Tout bénéfice pour Big Pharma ; et pour les fumeurs ?’’
Sad news from the UK with an article about how a Father accused of killing family may have been taking anti-smoking drug which coincides with an article from Dr. Michael Siegel from Boston who is calling for the removal of Chantix/Champix from the market. and in which he exposes the financial conflicts of interest of FDA members and argues ‘’that both the FDA and the anti-smoking groups bear major responsibility in the tragedy of Chantix-related suicide.’’