It’s easy to get carried away with your cigarette consumption.
While a pack of Pall Mall is likely to be a no-brainer for most, for smokers the debate about the best cigarettes for them is fraught with controversy.
A new study by researchers at Cornell University and the University of New Mexico shows that smokers are more likely to smoke Pall Mall cigarettes, but not other types of cigarettes.
It’s a finding that could have significant implications for how consumers are approached to choosing a cigarette.
In an article published in the Journal of Medical Economics, researchers looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) from 1996 to 2011.
They found that smokers of Pall Malls were more likely than nonsmokers to report using Pall Mall cigarettes for nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a category in which cigarettes are sold for cigarettes but with added nicotine.
They also reported using Pall Mall nicotine-containing products.
This finding suggests that smokers may be using PallMalls in order to reduce the risk of quitting smoking, even if it means switching to a different type of cigarette.
“We found that Pall Mall smokers were more than twice as likely as nonsmoking smokers to use Pall Mals as an NRT agent,” the authors write.
“For both nicotine replacement therapies and Pall Mal, this is the first time this association has been found among smokers.”
The researchers also found that the risk was much higher among Pall Mall users.
“Pall Mall smokers and nonsmoker participants were more frequently exposed to secondhand smoke than were nonsmokes,” the researchers wrote.
Pall Malls may be a way to quit smoking.
“The reason Pall Mall may be an effective quit aid for smokers may stem from the fact that nicotine is metabolized differently than tobacco,” the study concluded.
“In the presence of secondhand tobacco smoke, nicotine levels are not stable, which can lead to a temporary increase in blood concentrations of nicotine in the body, which may result in a nicotine craving.”
In other words, smoking Pall Mall can lead some smokers to quit.
The study found that this was true for all ages, but especially for people who were younger than 35.
“We found the greatest increase in smoking among Pall Males, particularly among young adults, when compared to other cigarettes,” the investigators write.
The study also found smokers of other types were less likely to quit Pall Mollards, but the reason for this is unknown.
The researchers note that their findings do not necessarily mean that Pall Mums are better than other types.
They noted that, while the researchers found that non-PallMall smokers were twice as risky as smokers of either type, they also found “the opposite relationship, with non-Mall users being less risky than smokers of both types.”
Pall Mills are currently not on the market, but in the future, this may change.
Although Pall Malls are a more natural alternative to smoking tobacco, there are still smokers who prefer Pall Molls.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, between 2005 and 2011, 2.3 million people in the United States used Pall Mols, but it is unclear whether these people are smokers, or if they are just more inclined to use them as an alternative to tobacco.
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