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Study: Hookahs More Toxic Than CigarettesResearchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found hookah exposes the smoker to more tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide than a cigarette.
Smoking No Longer Allowed At Philadelphia's 14 Psychiatric HospitalsPeople admitted, voluntarily or involuntarily, are no longer allowed to smoke in these hospitals.
Women Unaware Of High Risk For Lung CancerLung cancer causes more deaths among US women than colon, breast, and pancreatic cancer combined.
Jury Still Out On E-CigarettesRight now, no states have banned the use of e-cigarettes completely but 18 states have set limits.
Report: Smoking Rates In Philadelphia Fall To All Time LowThe report says the improvement comes after increases in smoking prevalence between 2000 and 2008.
Avoid Stroke By Practicing 5 Healthy BehaviorsHarvard researchers have found that middle-aged people who practice five healthy behaviors lower their stroke risk by about 80%.
Zeoli Show Log 6.22.15Rich discussed President Obama using a racial slur in an interview, the Governor of South Carolina calling for the removal of the Confederate flag, and Jurassic World being labeled sexist. He also talked with Phillip Klein from the Washington Examiner.
NJ Panel OKs Bill Banning Smoking In Vehicles When Kids PresentA New Jersey state Senate panel has advanced legislation that would bar smokers from lighting up in vehicles if children 16 and younger also are present.
NJ Senator On Bill That Would Outlaw Smoking In Cars With Kids: Adults Should Be Held Accountable 'For Putting The Lives And The Health Of Children At Risk'Vitale told Gary R'Nel on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that this bill is just another step in keeping children safe while driving.
New Jersey Lawmaker Wants To Ban Smoking In Vehicles When Kids PresentA New Jersey state senator wants to stop smokers from lighting up in vehicles if children 16 and younger also are present.
Zeoli Show Log 6.3.15Rich discusses Bruce Jenner's transition to Caitlyn, a father being arrested for leaving his son unattended in a truck, and the decline of voicemail. He also talks with David Broome, the Executive Producer of the Briefcase.
Study: Financial Incentives Help Smokers QuitAre you trying to get a loved one to stop smoking? According to a new study, try paying them!

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