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Dunhill - Keeps the Essence

Dunhill Cigarettes
Dunhill Cigarettes, Keeps the Essence.
Dunhill cigarettes are a luxury brand of cigarettes made by the British American Tobacco company.

Adult Smoking in the US

Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the US. Some people who smoke every day are smoking fewer cigarettes; however, even occasional smoking causes harm. The percentage of American adults who smoke decreased from 20.9% in 2005 to 19.3% in 2010. That translates to 3 million fewer smokers than there would have been with no decline. But almost 1 in 5 adults still smoke. Reducing tobacco use is a winnable battle—a public health priority with known, effective actions for success. A combination of smoke-free laws, cigarette price increases, access to proven quitting treatments and services, and hard-hitting media campaigns reduces health care costs and saves lives.

Marketing American Spirit Cigarettes As “Eco Friendly”

WASHINGTON, DC — The Reynolds American tobacco company is once again deceiving consumers by running magazine ads that describe its Natural American Spirit cigarettes as “eco friendly.” This is yet another attempt by a tobacco company to downplay how deadly and addictive cigarettes truly are, this time by marketing a cigarette brand as environmentally friendly. Consumers should not be deceived: There is nothing healthy or environmentally responsible about Natural American Spirit cigarettes or any cigarettes.

Where Do Americans Smoke?

The U.S. surgeon general released a new report this month warning that cigarette smoke causes immediate damage to smokers’ lungs and DNA, even in small amounts and from secondhand smoke.

American Indians hit hardest by tobacco costs

Smoking costs American Indians in California $795 million a year in health care and lost productivity, according to a report released yesterday cigarettesby researchers at UCLA.

Opposition to Manufacture and Sale of ‘American Blend’ Cigarettes

RALEIGH, N.C., - North Carolina State Representatives Jerry Dockham and David Lewis, along with State Senator David Rouzer are expressing their concerns that the passage of Bill C-32 by the Canadian Parliament could impose irreversible damage upon the North Carolina agriculture industry by banning the manufacture and sale of American blend cigarettes in Canada.