Smoke Screens: The Truth About Tobacco Richard White



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312 pages


Smoke Screens: The Truth About Tobacco  by  Richard  White

Smoke Screens: The Truth About Tobacco by Richard White
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This is a comprehensive book that analyses the scientific evidence linking tobacco smoking to disease and premature death, as well as the political motivations that have led to the anti-smoking movement becoming so large. The book explores all aspects of tobacco smoking, including: smoking trends among social classes- detection bias and its impact on diagnosis- and examines in depth the evidence linking smoking to specific diseases- how attitudes towards smoking have changed over time from being used medicinally to being the scourge of society- and how and why tobacco smoking has the negative status it does today.

It objectively dissects the politics and science of smoking trends and issues, looking at vital, complex components that are often overlooked. A must-read for smokers and non-smokers alike, Smoke Screens: The Truth About Tobacco is a controversial work that challenges one of the most widely accepted beliefs of our time.

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