Re: AOL News Article reports that smokers may be resistant to Parkinsons
- From: anon3c67@xxxxxxxxxxx (Bruce Watson)
- Date: 12 Mar 2010 16:37:59 GMT
In article <9a23f35d-6941-489c-a8d6-7842ceb4657f@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Inky <inkynl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12 mrt, 01:12, kestrel <joyh...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I wish I could figure out how to email the article itself to AS3, but
I couldn't. If any other AOL user knows how to do that, I think it
would be of interest to the entire group.
I also heard it can help ward off dementia.. So, that's what I used as
another excuse to continue smoking. Then I realised I much rather
would want to slip away into oblivian withouth noticing, than die a
horrible painful death to cancer. Now I view any article trying to
promote the benefits of smoking as another desparate attempt of
tobacco companies to save their income. The risks are just to great
for smoking to ever become beneficial in any way.
No nicotine for 2 years, 8 months, 2 weeks, 2 days, 10 hours, 0
minutes and 21 seconds. 29772 cigarettes not smoked, saving ?
The research was funded by the giant tobacco companies Philip Morris
USA and Philip Morris International. The researchers said the
companies had no role in designing or carrying out the research or
analyzing the results.
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