jueves, 13 de febrero de 2014 - 12 de Febrero 2014 - Nueva Zelanda

Loose tobacco more dangerous than factory-made cigarettes: New Zealand expert
Special measures might be needed to curb a rising tendency in Western nations for smokers to roll their own cigarettes -- either to cut the cost of smoking or from a belief that loose tobacco is less hazardous than factory- made cigarettes, a New Zealand expert warned Wednesday.

Evidence showed that roll-your-own (RYO) cigarettes were at least as harmful as the factory-rolled type, although many RYO smokers falsely believed they were more "natural" and less dangerous, said University of Otago Wellington Professor of Public Health Richard Edwards

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