|BAT Russia launches Yava Export cigarettes|
BAT Russia launches new cigarettes brand Yava Export. The novelty is intended not only for Russian smokers.
|Imperial Tobacco will absorb its European competitor Altadis|
Stockholders of the Tobacco Company Altadis voted for absorption from the side of Imperial Tobacco.
|Nat Sherman and his cigars|
In 1930 USA were in Great Depression. Among this chaos and uncertainty in tomorrow, great optimist Nat Sherman opened shopping center in the center of Manhattan.
|Tobacco will help humanity to withstand hydrophobia|
As American and English experts established, genetically modified tobacco sorts can withstand hydrophobia virus.
|British granny celebrated her centenary|
British pensioner Winnie Langley celebrated her centenary, lighting a 170 th cigarette in her life with the candle on holiday cake, as Daily Mail reported.
|Smoking before 35 does not reduce lifetime|
Quit smoking practically art any age, person is able to live a long as if he would not smoke at all. Scientists came to this conclusion.
|Smoking ban fructifies in Britain|
More than a third if British smokers smoke less now after smoking ban in public places, introduced in England at the 1st of July. Public opinion poll testifies about it.
|Six reasons why smokers litter with cigarette stubs|
Smokers do not consider cigarette stubs to be rubbish, they say that stubs are so small, is it of great importance?
|Safe way of smoking, is it possible|
Experts from the University of Minnesota are looking for something that seemed to be impossible earlier, harmless method of smoking.
|Some news about advantages of smoking|
Scientists have known that nicotine stimulates the brain, improving memory and the quality of information processing. But just recently they have found out that the nicotine s property may be used for the treatment of many incurable diseases.
|About cigarettes, cigars and pipe smokers|
The Sunday Times - Scotland
March 19, 2006
THE TOBACCONIST Alan D Myerthall may be a tobacconist but, oddly enough, he doesn?t view the smoking ban as a wholesale disaster...