50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF FALSE CIGARETTE ADVERTISING by Big Tobacco.  Millions of lives have been probably been saved!

From: Dental Tourism News Co -

From: Dental Tourism News Co library http://www.dentaltourismnewsco.blogspot.com 

In the first half of the 20th century cigarette companies used images of medical professionals to hype false claims of the health benefits of smoking.

Stanford University notes:

‘It’s no secret that smoking is bad for your health. But only 50 years ago this week, the Royal College of Physicians in the U.K. issued the first major report warning of smoking’s dangers. Two years after the British report, the U.S. Surgeon General issued its own report on health risks from smoking. It led to Congress requiring warning labels on tobacco products the following year, and eventually, imposing tighter restrictions on cigarette advertising.”

Dr. Raphael Ramirez, Board Certified Dentist in Cabo San Lucas says: ‘Teeth can become discolored or damaged from not only poor hygiene but also from coffee, tea, sugary soft drinks, sports drinks, soy sauce and smoking.’

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