The big news of the week is that the Indiana State Supreme Court has overturned the Smokefree ordinance in Evansville. In a nutshell, they had an issue with the exemption that was extended to our riverboat casino.
Selena Gomez is fresh-faced and positive on her new Seventeen cover, which ranked her No. 1 on its first-ever Power List of young women in Hollywood. Sel has a super, duper squeaky clean image -- but that may be tarnished because a photo of the singer and actress has us wondering if she has picked up a nasty habit.
Most of us are aware by now that not only is smoking detrimental to the health who do it, but also to everyone in their vicinity, as secondhand smoke has been labeled a culprit in diseases like respiratory infections, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and lung cancer.
Oops -- and we almost forgot memory loss.
Molly didn’t believe someone her age could get lung cancer. After smoking for only 10 years, at the age of 30. Molly was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Molly started smoking as a young teenage with friends. Her aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins all smoked as well. Smoking was a familiar environment for Molly.
Lorene is telling her story of losing Gary (her husband) to lung cancer that had spread to his brain. Gary Sandifur, died at the age of 51 from smoking-related illnesses. Gary, who had smoked all of his life, had promised Lorene and his family that he would quit smoking on his 50th birthday. Before turning 50, however, he began experiencing headaches and dizziness. He visited a doctor for testing