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While the industry publicly admits tobacco causes cancer, they’re still relying on an old-fashioned playbook in the courtroom to hide such a link in individual cases.
Belgium ruled that a woman with depression qualified for euthanasia, yet the practice is controversial. Should people have the right to die?
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Chinese citizens face fines up to $1,600 under a new law that makes smoking in offices, restaurants, hotels and hospitals illegal.
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