nontobacco

nontobacco

(ˌnɒntəˈbækəʊ)
adj
1. (Recreational Drugs) not containing tobacco; tobacco-free
2. (Recreational Drugs) designating those ingredients of a cigarette that are not tobacco
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UK's Royal College of Physicians Tobacco Advisory Group said in a research report issued last year that 'largescale substitution of ecigarettes or other nontobacco nicotine products, for tobacco smoking has the potential to prevent almost all the harm from smoking in the society.
And as such, the vehicles could be used to haul nontobacco plants to wean off farmers from the cash crop.
Listed under the study's potential public health warnings, it cites that e-cigarette use could "delay complete smoking cessation among current smokers" and "lead to use of nicotine and/or other tobacco products by youth and nontobacco users.
44 times more at risk of having Hypertension as compared with nontobacco users and also tobacco use was significantly associated with Hypertension, which is comparable with other studies.
Some sweetened and flavored nontobacco products are also used for smoking.
Widely promoting the use of e-cigarettes, nicotine replacement and other nontobacco nicotine products as a substitute for smoking would benefit public health.
Comparative study on lipid profile in tobacco chewers and nontobacco chewers.
on current law to provide a series of nontobacco illustrations of
The study's authors found that policing on both sides of the border appears to have reduced the flow of nontobacco contraband for the moment, but it is by no means eliminated.
Swedberg, the town health agent, said the Board of Health hopes that if it enacts the regulation, loyal customers will support local businesses by buying more nontobacco products.
Other strong categories include electronic cigarettes, paced by new product entries and the move by smokers of traditional cigarettes to seek a nontobacco alternative; pet medications; and food and related supplies.
We assume that a State Farm Insurance Company Whole Life policy paid up at age 100 was issued on a female standard risk nontobacco user in good health at age 40 in 1976 who is age 70 in 2006, the year of settlement.