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In The Clear
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270 New Mexicans are killed by secondhand smoke every year, and 100,000 kids in the state are exposed to it every day. It’s time to get In the Clear of secondhand smoke in cars and homes.
Right To Breathe
Right To Breathe
There’s no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke, indoors or outdoors…and all Nevadans have the Right to Breathe smokefree air.
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The tobacco industry spends an average of $35 MILLION PER DAY to advertise their deadly products—and sometimes the ads are placed at a child’s eye-level.
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Puffing Your Memory Away

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Puffing Your Memory Away

How good is your memory? That may depend on whether or not you smoke. According to a recent recollection study, participants who had stopped smoking for 2 ½ years did 25% better on the test than current smokers…and participants who have never smoked scored 37% better than current smokers. Wow! Previous studies have showed that quitting smoking can help improve retrospective memory, which is the ability to obtain information and retrieve it later. But ...

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3,300 Gingerbread Men

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3,300 Gingerbread Men

On December 6, 3,300 plastic gingerbread men were placed in front of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Student Union. Each gingerbread man represented one Nevadan who died from smoking-related illnesses or exposure to secondhand smoke this year. A poll recently taken at UNLV showed that 82% of students do not smoke, and the same percentage reported that they have been exposed to secondhand smoke while on campus. There are currently over 580 smokefree colleges and universities around the ...

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