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Miley Cyrus reacts to MTV's censoring her smoking (Posted on 11/12/13) Miley Cyrus' eyebrow-raising appearance at the European Music Awards on Sunday - which included lighting up what appeared to be a joint as she accepted her Best Video award - was cut by MTV for US audiences.

That has to be a big blow to the diva who's been hell-bent on shocking her fans since she twerked on the VMAs in August to buy cigarettes online.

Her reaction? To blow it all off. 'Sometimes in life you just gotta decide to not give a f***,' the former Hannah Montana actress tweeted on Monday. 'Last night was a blurrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.'

Why teen smoking cigarettes on the rise (Posted on 11/09/13) Research suggests a new generation of kids and young adults believe lighting up is a choice, not an addiction

Years after the widespread decline of cigarette smoking, cigarette usage and buy cigarettes online has recently escalated. Though everybody still knows about smoking’s health risks, the habit seems to be on the rise due to a resurgence in the old belief that smoking is, simply, cool.

For kids and young adults, smoking has increased in popularity over the last several years.

Miley Cyrus Loves Her Cigarettes! Stress-Smoking Picture (Posted on 02/28/13) It's pretty apparent now how Miley Cyrus loves her ganja. The pics just keep rollin' in like the blunt papers themselves!

But Wednesday night, Mileybird was caught with a cigarette instead.

As she left the studio, paps caught her casually holding the nicotine stick like a deer in the headlights for online cigarettes!

Now, the last time her cig-smoking was documented, she was partying with fiance Liam Hemsworth in Palm Springs.

No Price Increase on Cigarettes Yet, Says Marlboro Maker (Posted on 01/04/13) Tobacco giant PMFTC Inc. on Friday said it has not raised the prices of cigarettes, despite the implementation of the sin tax law.

"We wish to clarify that PMFTC has, to date, not raised the prices of its cigarette products as of 1 January 2013," PMFTC said in a statement.

The company said it has received reports that some wholesalers have started selling its cigarette brands at higher prices. PMFTC's brands include Marlboro cigarettes online, Philip Morris, Hope, Fortune and Champion.

Should Stores That Sell Cigarettes Have To Post Apology From Big Tobacco?
(Posted on 12/26/12)
Last month, the government’s seemingly interminable lawsuit against the tobacco industry appeared to be nearing something resembling an end, as the judge ruled that cigarette makers must publish apologies for their deception in ads and on packaging. What’s still undecided is whether stores must also post the apology.

The AP reports that the federal judge in the case is nearing a decision on whether or not retailers who have sales agreements with tobacco companies will be required to post placards from the tobacco companies that admit to years of deception about the negative health effects of tobacco in cigarettes online

Madonna Threatens Fans Over Cigarettes (Posted on 12/20/12) Madonna made a serious threat to a bunch of her cigarette-smoking fans in Chile last night ... PUT OUT YOUR BUTTS ... OR I'M NOT GONNA PERFORM!! It all went down during a sound check for her concert at an open-air theater in Santiago ... when some secondhand smoke blew up in Madge's face ... so Madge blew up on the smokers.

"There are people smoking right now, " the singer lashed out ... "No smoking!"

"If you're going to smoke cigarettes, I'm not doing a show." when buy cigarettes.

Cigarette Legislation Criticised (Posted on 12/20/12) Plans to ban menthol cigarettes and require anti-smoking warnings to cover 75% of cigarette packets have been criticised by local MEP Paul Nuttall.

Draft EU legislation over cigarette packet branding will enable member states, including Britain, to go even further and also impose plain packaging, completely removing branding.

"Those who think it will deter smokers need to think again," said Mr Nuttall, UKIP Deputy Leader.

"Research shows that ironically plain packaging is more likely to lead to more tobacco consumption to cheap cigarettes.

Fewer Teens Buy Cigarettes When Displays Are Hidden (Posted on 12/06/12) Teenagers are less likely to buy cigarettes if they are not displayed in plain sight behind shop counters, according to a new study published in the journal Pediatrics.

Although all tobacco advertising, including most in-store display ads, are banned in South Africa, cigarette advertising at the point-of-sale is common in many convenience stores in the country.

“We know the retail environment is a very important place for tobacco companies to advertise and market their products," said the lead researcher, Dr Annice Kim in a Reuters Health report.

Any teens that asked the cashier for cigarettes online were denied because of age - but what the researchers were interested in was how many asked.

Should smokers need a license to buy cigarettes? (Posted on 11/25/12) A proposal for a smoker's licensing scheme has been proposed in an article in the journal PLoS Medicine. The scheme would be designed to work with smokers to limit their access to tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars and rolling tobacco as well as encouraging people to quit and providing a financial incentive for those who do.

"A smoker's licence allows smokers the choice to continue smoking within a regulatory framework that promises new disincentives to smoke and a major financial incentive to quit." says Professor Simon Chapman of the School of Public Health, University of Sydney in Australia. Professor Chapman is also a director of Action on Smoking and Health, Australia and editor emeritus of Tobacco Control.

Should Cigarettes Cost More? (Posted on 11/21/12) A recent article in the Harvard Business Review posited that a pack of cigarettes should cost $25 to make up for the resulting healthcare costs caused by smoking. What do you think?

Henry David Thoreau said, "There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root." We have hacked at healthcare costs for what seems like thousands of times, with very limited success. It is time to strike at the root. Rather than focus on reducing costs after preventable diseases have taken hold, it is time to focus attention on eliminating the disease.

Man used stolen check to buy cigarettes and get cash back (Posted on 11/19/12) Southern Regional Police charged a man Saturday in connection with using a stolen check to buy cigarettes and get cash back at a convenience store, according to a news release.

Police said that on Sept. 26, Allison walked in to the Rutter's Farm Store in New Freedom and used a stolen check to buy cigarettes and receive $26.29 cash back.