1. Smoking Vanessa French Inhales in a Black Dress


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    Vanessa looks amazing in her black dress and her blonde hair up in a pony tail. Vanessa gives her all white 120 quite a workout with french inhales, snaps, and drifts for days! Add in Vanessa’s sexy smoking talking and this video is a real winner.! One of my personal all time favorites.

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    • More People Surviving Cancer


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      The dreaded ‘c’ word. Still life changing to hear. The emphasis today is on life. “It used to be a death sentence for many people. Now we look at advanced stage cancer for many patients as a chronic disease like diabetes, arthritis – it can flair up from time to time and you have to do something to knock it back but ultimately you keep the person going,” says Dr. Constantine Mantz, radiation oncologist on Lee Memorial Health System’s medical staff. From 2001 through 2010, death rates for all cancers combined dropped nearly 2% in the four major cancers: lung, colorectal, breast and prostate - it represents over two- thirds of the decline. Researchers attributed the overall drop to the decrease in cigarette smoking. Since lung cancer accounts for more than one in four cancer deaths, these declines are fueling the overall reduction in cancer deaths. “There’s no question. I mean our number one goal is prevention so obviously if we keep people from smoking or limit smoking or have smoking cessation, that’s the primary goal. Beyond that obviously we would like to catch the lung cancers at the earliest stages as possible,” says Dr. Keith Miller, radiation oncologist on Lee Memorial Health System’s medical staff. Advances in science have also made an impact, from high tech screening and radiation delivery to targeted therapies. A new drug for late stage prostate cancer, called Xofigo was FDA approved last year. “This is intended for patients who have an advanced form of prostate cancer that’s not curable but one which there is an opportunity to control the cancer for a long time. Often for years and allow the man not just some longevity, but also to go about his life,” says Dr. Mantz. A caveat to the findings, people who had multiple, or pre-existing medical conditions did poorer overall, showing that general good health made a huge difference in surviving cancer. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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      • cigarette smoking is injurious to health


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        Quit Today

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        • Cigarette Smoking


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          Cinematography by Marlo Espolong Supervise by Philip Bloom Production: Light House Dubai Ang Bida Jake Leona This is a exercise project after the 1st day seminar in dubai by Philip Bloom.

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          • It's not only smokers who get sick.


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            Children who are exposed to the over 4,000 toxins in secondhand smoke are at greater risk for diseases such as pneumonia, ear infections and asthma. It's not only smokers who get sick.

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            • XEO E-cigarette Presentation at World's Largest Tobacco Trade Fair


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              Lucrative moment of XEO CIGS brand presentation at tobacco trade fair, by http://www.xeocigs.com

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              • Smoke Damage Book Trailer - Michael Schwalbe


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                This is the book trailer for Smoke Damage by Michael Schwalbe. Tobacco use causes over 440,000 premature deaths every year in the United States, or about 20 percent of all annual mortality in the nation. Such statistics remind us of the enormity of the problem, yet offer no insight into how tobacco-related disease is experienced by individuals and their families. Smoke Damage fills this gap by putting a human face on America’s most profitable and most preventable epidemic. Through interviews and photographs, sociologist Michael Schwalbe takes readers beyond the usual statistics and shows the real people—disease survivors, “tobacco widows,” educators, activists, legislators, lawyers, researchers, and farmers—on the front lines of America’s ongoing tobacco wars. The result is a poignant study of how tobacco-related disease is experienced not only by its victims but also by those who are dedicated to fighting it. In his introductory essay, Schwalbe examines the scope of the tobacco problem, discusses its economic roots, and writes of his own experience of tobacco’s costs. In his afterword, he explores patterns in the lives of disease survivors, offers policy recommendations, and invites readers to take action. Smoke Damage is for anyone whose life has been touched by tobacco-related disease and who wants to understand why the epidemic persists and what can be done to end it. The book trailer was produced by Apple Hill Studios, Wilmington, NC. www.applehillstudios.com

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                • Lung Cancer Awareness Month


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                  Lung Cancer Awareness Month kicks off November 1. Did you know lung cancer is the #1 cancer killer? This video tells you all about lung cancer and the connection between cigarette smoking and lung cancer. I lost my mom to lung cancer in 2002 so I hope sharing this information helps others avoid the same situation.

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