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28 Jan 2019
Do cigarettes that are designed to extinguish more quickly than standard cigarettes have even more chemicals that are bad for your health?
No, I don't think there's much difference. The most commonly used technique to make cigarettes 'fire-safe' is to add additional paper layers. They are equally bad for your health as standard cigarettes.
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