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Smoking In Cars
Smoking In Cars
Lets be honest...I don't always make the healthiest decisions and I'm defiantly not the best parent in the world, but I think smoking in your car with your children is terrible! Lawmakers in Oregon agree.
Should The Smoking Age Change?
Should The Smoking Age Change?
Currently in Idaho you can buy cigarettes at 18 years of age. That could change. New York is the first state to officially change the legal age of buying tobacco products. Recently the New York Times announced the legal age for buying tobacco, including cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars and cigarillos will rise to 21, from 18, under a bill adopted by the City Council and which Mayor Michae
Is Obama Lying?
Is Obama Lying?
Obama has been criticized for smoking because his wife promotes living a healthy lifestyle. Apparently, the President has announced that he hasn't smoked in years thanks to his fear of the first lady, Michelle Obama. Obama made the announcement in causal conversation when he was caught chatting off-guard with a UN official on Monday and unwittingly recorded by a CNN microphone, said he hoped the o
Facebook Could Be Worse for You Than Smoking
Facebook Could Be Worse for You Than Smoking
I like Facebook...it helps me keep up with out of town family members and it provides hours of mindless entertainment while I am waiting in a doctors office. Maybe it's time to give up Facebook.  Based on the studies from AFP, SMOKING might actually be healthier for you than Facebook is.  Last week, a study found the more you use Facebook, the more your friends start to HATE YOU in real life.  And
Boise Considers New Ordinance to Ban Smoking in Bars and Parks
Boise Considers New Ordinance to Ban Smoking in Bars and Parks
I was surfing during the news last night and saw on the Boise News  that the city is considering an ordinance that will ban smoking in just about all public places, including parks and bars. I've always had mixed feelings about this.  While I think its rude to puff away at a park while sitting three feet away from kids on playground equipment, I'm not sure it warrants an ordinance.