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Asthma.

Paper
"How the tobacco industry responded to an influential study of the health effects of secondhand smoke," Mi-Kyung Hong, et al., BMJ: British Medical Journal, 2003, Issue 325, p1413.

"Environmental tobacco smoke and tobacco related mortality in a prospective study of Californians, 1960-98," James E. Enstrom and Geoffrey C. Kabat, BMJ: British Medical Journal, 2003, Issue 326, p.1057.

"Percent Free Base Nicotine in the Tobacco Smoke Particulate Matter of Selected Commercial and Reference Cigarettes," James F. Pankow et al., Chemical Research Toxicology, 2003.

"Long-term effects of the Eclipse cigarette substitute and the nicotine inhaler in smokers not interested in quitting," K.O. Fagerstrom et al., Nicotine Tobacco Research, 2002, Issue 4, p. 141.

"More than a kick: On its own, nicotine might promote tumors and wrinkles," Kendall Morgan, Science News, March 22, 2003, p. 163.

"What's new in Nicotine and Tobacco Research?" Richard Hebert, Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 2003, Issue 5, p. 1.

"Pharmacogenetic investigation of smoking cessation treatment," S. Leonard et al., Pharmacogenetics, November 2002, p. 627.

Electronic
The American Lung Association grades your state.

The National Center for Health Statistics smoking data.

Arizona Smokers' Helpline.

NOVA's cigarette sepcial.

The Centers for Disease Control's Tobacco Information and Prevention Source.

The University of Wisconsin's Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention.

Nicotine-free smoking?

Another smoking side effect: litter.

The Amish grow GM tobacco?

The University of California, San Francisco, keeps track of tobacco company documents.

Thank You for Not Smoking: The Dangers of Nicotine Addiction

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