viernes, 14 de marzo de 2014 – 13 de marzo de 2014 - EEUU

UA tobacco ban smokes out healthier substitutes

Have you ever tried to be productive while suffering from an intense craving? Not necessarily for nicotine, but perhaps for junk food or coffee. If not, let me tell you: It’s really, really, really hard — and not at all conducive to being productive or comfortable.

But once again, a new proposal has emerged that would eliminate on-campus smoking. The Tobacco-Free University of Arizona Policy, initiated by Stephanie Kha, biochemistry junior and director of the Student Health Advocacy Committee, would ban tobacco and smoking-related products from the entire UA campus, hugely inconveniencing on-campus smokers.

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