With these stupendous sights were combined the rushing blasts caused by the rarefied air, which roared and howled through the narrow glens, and whirled forth the smoke and flames in impetuous wreaths.
In the daytime, the mountains were wrapped in smoke so dense and blinding, that the explorers, if by chance they separated, could only find each other by shouting.
Under the approaching smoke
the hull and upper-works of a steamer were growing larger.
Suddenly one shot after another rang out from the French, smoke
appeared all along their uneven ranks, and musket shots sounded.
contains thousands of dangerous chemicals that are unhealthy for both smokers and nonsmokers.
He told doctors, "My body forgot the urge to smoke
You've got a lot of smokers in Congress and maybe those who smoke
are powerful people and for them it's like their home.
Limiting smoking is still a novel idea for many Latin Americans, who view any restrictions as an affront to their personal freedom and consider secondhand smoke
DISCUSSION: The patient was diagnosed with "hut lung," a term that refers to the noninfectious, nonmalignant respiratory manifestations of chronic, high-level exposures to biomass smoke
A lot of her friends smoke
cigarettes simply "because they're bored," Monnia says.
According to the American Heart Association, secondhand smoke
is responsible for about percent of heart disease deaths.
Here's why: Research has shown that women are more likely than men to smoke
as a means of regulating mood, and "sexual-minority women face more stress in their lives," says Michele Eliason, Ph.
The guidelines note that smoking is 'a significant part of the hospital culture,' and that up to 80 percent of psychiatric hospital patients smoke
They may be smoked, drunk in teas, used as capsules of tinctures, or even chewed Another part of quitting is to analyze relapse triggers and figure out how to avoid them, so you may want to choose not to smoke
your herbs if you feel this practice will perpetuate your habit.
As many as 30,000 lives are lost every year because of wood smoke
," says Mary Rozenberg0 president of Burning Issues, a nonprofit organization focusing on wood smoke