“Tobacco Firm Seeks Softer Warning for Cigarette Alternative” by NPR’s Morning Edition

Producers of a tobacco product are claiming their product is safer than conventional cigarettes, cigars, and chewing tobacco. Is this another attempt by the tobacco industry to promote an addictive and harmful product or does the new product offer a way for habitual tobacco users to kick their habit? NPR’s Morning Edition discusses snus, the Swedish developed tobacco product.

 

Read More – Tobacco Firm Seeks Softer Warning For Cigarette Alternative (NPR, Rob Stein)

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Originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland, Millan is a senior at the George Washington University studying Biological Anthropology.

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