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Surgeon General Adds New Risks To Long List Of Smoking's Harms

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Tobacco companies incorporated doctors in their ads, such as this 1930 Lucky Strike campaign, to convince the public that smoking wasn't harmful. Stanford University hide caption

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50 Years After Landmark Warning, 8 Million Fewer Smoking Deaths

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In Pregnancy, What's Worse? Cigarettes Or The Nicotine Patch?

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Californian State Assemblyman Richard Pan (center) is the author of legislation that would bar higher prices for health insurance sold to smokers. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Why Calif. Doesn't Want Smokers To Pay More For Health Insurance

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Big Sibling's Big Influence: Some Behaviors Run In The Family

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Female Smokers Face Greater Risk Than Previously Thought

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