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Health Issues-Smoking

Smoking, tobacco, smoking cessation, issues and policies, e-cigs, teen smoking, chewing tobacco, pipes, cigars, history, second hand smoke, medical risks

Health Issues-Smoking

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Valentine by Bas Pisa


Tom Selleck for Salem

famous funny pictures: smoking never done me no harm

Lastly, a reminder that you don't need to inhale if you want to enjoy a cigar.

Ronald Reagan Endorsed Smoking In The '40s & '50s

And how do you wow the ladies? Just smoke lots and LOTS of Pall Malls, just like Reagan.

Reagan let you know that it wouldn’t be a Merry Christmas without a carton of Chesterfields.

Long before Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States, he was an actor. Like many actors in the '40s & '50s, he endorsed cigarettes.

Ronald Reagan Endorsed Smoking In The '40s & '50s

Burning cigarette dispenser, 1931

1932: Cigarette Hat

1931: Double Barrel Cigarette Holder

THE PIPE CLEANER in OLD JAPAN -- or, Japan's Love Affair with Tobacco by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr. One of the best shots I've seen of an itinerant Japanese pipe-seller-fixer-upper-cleaner, and parts supplier.....with his tools in hand, and at his feet ! Photo attributed to SHINICHI SUZUKI, AND dated to about 1873.

1970: Andrej Troha Cigarette humidor “Avto Magazine” Protective cigarette box for use in a car.


Funny Old Ads

HA! Candy Cigarettes! so bad, but you know you had them

pink glass snuff bottle

Please quit smoking

Lynden's, on Hamline Avenue near Cretin-Derham Hall High School, said a city inspections official came in last week and gave the shop a warning and added that a misdemeanor citation -- with a $500 fine -- would be next if the non-carcinogenic confections continue to be sold.

Clampdown on candy cigarettes

Smokin' Santa

Apparently there was a time when tobacco companies tried to link their products with good health in the public mind by devoting their ads to nutritional advice.


A smoke and a little bit of wine

candy cigarettes - unimaginable to be marketed to children, but they were, and I liked them

Artist Dmitry Morozov