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Miss May I Interview

Interview conducted on January 20th 2015.   Where are you from? We are a metal band from Troy, Ohio. How did the band form? Levi -Miss May I formed in high school. We were just a jam band and we started playing shows. We met Ryan and stole him from another band. We got our

Posted: April 24, 2015 | the scene, tobacco | interview, levi benton, melodic metalcore, miss may i, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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Stay Metal Giveaway

Cigarette smoke contains over 7,000 chemicals, including chemicals that can be found in heavy metals. Stay metal, don’t smoke it. Take our quiz to find out how much you know about metal music, and you’ll be entered to win weekly prizes, including Miss May I merch bundles and 5th generation 32gb iPods. Watch our video

Posted: March 2, 2015 | the scene, tobacco | cigarette, giveaway, merch, miss may i, prizes, quiz, smoking, stay metal | 0 Comments

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blessthefall Interview

Last time we checked in with BTF, you were recording demos for your latest album. What inspired the album title, ‘Hollow Bodies’, and artwork? — Hollow Bodies got its name from the empty soulless humans that walk the earth. We see a lot of people while out on the road, band members/crew, venue workers and

Posted: January 13, 2015 | the scene, tobacco | asking alexandria, Beau Bokan, blessthefall, BTF, chelsea grin, Chiodos, hollow bodies, I killed the prom queen, IKTPQ, interview, post hardcore, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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We’re giving away $1,000

Smoking half a pack a day costs about a thousand dollars a year. Let us know what you’d rather spend that money on. Even if you just want to spend it at bestauscasinos.com or at another site. Enter our contest by sharing 1 of 4 videos we’ve provided. 5 winners will be announced on January

Posted: January 7, 2015 | the scene, tobacco | featured, grand giveaway, shows, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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The Truth Is Scary

It’s funny, not “funny ha-ha” but “funny-odd,” that so many smokers still don’t fully understand what they’re inhaling into their body. Sure, everyone and their mother knows that smoking is dangerous and that it can (and likely will, eventually) kill you but according to a new study as many as half of smokers aren’t aware

Posted: June 3, 2014 | tobacco | big tobacco, dangerous, smokers, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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New Drug Gives Smokers A Little Hope

Hey! Good news if you’re a smoker who developed lung cancer as a result of smoking: now there’s an outside chance that you might be able to reduce the size of your tumors by small enough margin to prolong the spreading of the cancer for a few years.

Posted: April 24, 2014 | tobacco | cessation, medication, smokers, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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Quitting Smoking Resets Your Heart

“It’s never too late to quit smoking. This study clearly shows that stopping smoking lowers the risk of heart attacks and death to the level of never smokers.” – Dr. James K. Min   According to a new, multinational study lasting over two years, quitting smoking will eventually lower your rate of heart attack to

Posted: April 24, 2014 | tobacco | health, heart, quit, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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Pay Up

The funny thing about smoking is that nobody is denying its dangerous side. Every smoker knows the health risk they’re taking and these days, even big tobacco openly admits that they sell harmful products. Yet the products still exist, people still buy smokes and big tobacco sees the common knowledge regarding smoking’s danger not so

Posted: April 24, 2014 | tobacco | Eclipse, RJ Reynolds Tobacco Co, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire

It seems like the most obvious danger that a cigarette can pose. No, not cancer or some kind of illness; we’re talking about fire. However, fires caused by unattended cigarettes are still a major problem despite humans understanding the dangers of flame since caveman times.

Posted: April 24, 2014 | tobacco | cigarettes, fire, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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Little Help For Smokers With Lung Cancer

According to a new study, most lung cancer patients who acquire the disease thanks to smoking aren’t offered help in quitting as part of their treatment. Only one-third of doctors currently have the knowledge and background to offer cessation help but that number doesn’t look to be going up any time soon.

Posted: April 24, 2014 | tobacco | cigarettes, lunch cancer, smoking, tobacco | 0 Comments

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