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The act of burning a substance and inhaling or tasting the smoke produced.

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system less than healthy people who clog up hospitals in old age http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/2/6/e001678.full The cited article ("The net effect of smoking on healthcare and welfare costs. A … cohort study", Jari Tiihonen, Kimmo Ronkainen, Aki Kangasharju, Jussi Kauhanen) reaches the following conclusion: Conclusions Smoking was associated with a moderate decrease in healthcare …
answered Feb 21 '17 by Ergwun
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Australian columnist Miranda Devine recently claimed that smoking-related deaths save cost to the health system: “Well cigarettes aren’t that bad really when you think about it,” Devine said … /health/2017/02/20/11/29/miranda-devine-says-smoking-isnt-that-bad Can this claim be substantiated? I presume she was implying the Australian public health system, and so answers should probably take into account other effects of smoking on the Australian government budget (tax revenue, state pensions etc). …
asked Feb 21 '17 by Ergwun