A member asked:

Is smoking (mixing) different brands of cigarettes (additives and type of tobacco) worse then smoking one brand constantly. i know that all is bad.

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Dr. Heidi Fowler answered

Specializes in Psychiatry

It depends on the particular ingredients. You are right - whether smoking one brand or a variety of brands of cigarettes - you are risking your life and health with every inhalation.

Answered May 18, 2013



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