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including the cellars of block 11 and crematorium I, for reasons of safety. There are also bottlenecks in some o
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Once regular tobacco use is established, no matter
whether it’s cigarettes, cigars, or smokeless tobacco,
quitting may become extremely difficult.
To those individuals who may be thinking about smoking
cigars, don’t be misled. Unless you substantially reduce your
exposure to smoke, your risks will remain unchanged.

To those currently smoking cigars, quitting is the only


way to eliminate the documented harm that can result
from cigar smoking.

Stage 1
Cigar Smoking: Overview and Current State of the Science
Trends in Comsumption
Disease Risks
Inhalation
Nicotine Addiction
Adult Use
Adolescent Use
Marketing
Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Regulation and Taxation
Stage 2
Trends in Cigar Consumption and Smoking
Discussion
Monitoring Recommendations
Stage 3
Chemistry and Taxicology
Historical Notes
The Cigar
Chemistry of Cigar and Tobacco
Chemistry and Analysis of Mainstream Cigar Smoke
Sidestream Smoke and Environmental Tobacco Smoke from Toxicity and Carchogenity
Biomarkers for the Intake of Tobacco Smoke
Stage 4
Disease Consequences of Cigar Smoking
The CPS-1 Sutdy and all cuses of Mortality Rates and Percentages
Cause Specific Mortality
Lung Cancer and Oral Cancer and Cancer of the Larynx and Esophagus
Stage 5
Indoor Air Pollution From Cigar Smoke
Mathematical Models for Cigar ETS Concentrations
Cigar Emissions: Machine Smoking and Human Smoking for Measurements at Cigar Smoking Socials
Stage 6
Pharmacology and Abuse Potential of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Early Observations of Addictive Effects with Nicotine Dosing Capability of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Rate of Nicotine Absorption Nicotine Dependence and Factors Influencing Nicotine Dependence
Stage 7
Marketing and Promotion of Cigars
Sales Patterns, Advertising, Promotions and Avalability
Stage 8
Policies Regulating Cigars
Regulation of Cigar Products and Health Warnings pertaining to the Disclosure of Cigar or Smoke Product Consituents
Advertising Restrictions
Regulation of Cigar Smoking in Public Places, Litigation and Restrictions to Youth Access to Cigars
Nationaol Cancer Institute
Once regular tobacco use is established, no matter
whether it’s cigarettes, cigars, or smokeless tobacco,
quitting may become extremely difficult.
To those individuals who may be thinking about smoking
cigars, don’t be misled. Unless you substantially reduce your
exposure to smoke, your risks will remain unchanged.

documented harm that can result from cigar smoking.


To those currently smoking cigars, quitting is the only way to eliminate the

Stage 1
Cigar Smoking: Overview and Current State of the Science
Trends in Comsumption
Disease Risks
Inhalation
Nicotine Addiction
Adult Use
Adolescent Use
Marketing
Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Regulation and Taxation
Stage 2
Trends in Cigar Consumption and Smoking
Discussion
Monitoring Recommendations
Stage 3
Chemistry and Taxicology
Historical Notes
The Cigar
Chemistry of Cigar and Tobacco
Chemistry and Analysis of Mainstream Cigar Smoke
Sidestream Smoke and Environmental Tobacco Smoke from Toxicity and Carchogenity
Biomarkers for the Intake of Tobacco Smoke
Stage 4
Disease Consequences of Cigar Smoking
The CPS-1 Sutdy and all cuses of Mortality Rates and Percentages
Cause Specific Mortality
Lung Cancer and Oral Cancer and Cancer of the Larynx and Esophagus
Stage 5
Indoor Air Pollution From Cigar Smoke
Mathematical Models for Cigar ETS Concentrations
Cigar Emissions: Machine Smoking and Human Smoking for Measurements at Cigar Smoking Socials
Stage 6
Pharmacology and Abuse Potential of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Early Observations of Addictive Effects with Nicotine Dosing Capability of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Rate of Nicotine Absorption Nicotine Dependence and Factors Influencing Nicotine Dependence
Stage 7
Marketing and Promotion of Cigars
Sales Patterns, Advertising, Promotions and Avalability
Stage 8
Policies Regulating Cigars
Regulation of Cigar Products and Health Warnings pertaining to the Disclosure of Cigar or Smoke Product Consituents
Advertising Restrictions
Regulation of Cigar Smoking in Public Places, Litigation and Restrictions to Youth Access to Cigars
Nationaol Cancer Institute
Once regular tobacco use is established, no matter
whether it’s cigarettes, cigars, or smokeless tobacco,
quitting may become extremely difficult.
To those individuals who may be thinking about smoking
cigars, don’t be misled. Unless you substantially reduce your
exposure to smoke, your risks will remain unchanged.

documented harm that can result from cigar smoking.


To those currently smoking cigars, quitting is the only way to eliminate the

Stage 1
Cigar Smoking: Overview and Current State of the Science
Trends in Comsumption
Disease Risks
Inhalation
Nicotine Addiction
Adult Use
Adolescent Use
Marketing
Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Regulation and Taxation
Stage 2
Trends in Cigar Consumption and Smoking
Discussion
Monitoring Recommendations
Stage 3
Chemistry and Taxicology
Historical Notes
The Cigar
Chemistry of Cigar and Tobacco
Chemistry and Analysis of Mainstream Cigar Smoke
Sidestream Smoke and Environmental Tobacco Smoke from Toxicity and Carchogenity
Biomarkers for the Intake of Tobacco Smoke
Stage 4
Disease Consequences of Cigar Smoking
The CPS-1 Sutdy and all cuses of Mortality Rates and Percentages
Cause Specific Mortality
Lung Cancer and Oral Cancer and Cancer of the Larynx and Esophagus
Stage 5
Indoor Air Pollution From Cigar Smoke
Mathematical Models for Cigar ETS Concentrations
Cigar Emissions: Machine Smoking and Human Smoking for Measurements at Cigar Smoking Socials
Stage 6
Pharmacology and Abuse Potential of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Early Observations of Addictive Effects with Nicotine Dosing Capability of Cigars and Inhalation of Cigar Smoke
Rate of Nicotine Absorption Nicotine Dependence and Factors Influencing Nicotine Dependence
Stage 7
Marketing and Promotion of Cigars
Sales Patterns, Advertising, Promotions and Avalability
Stage 8
Policies Regulating Cigars
Regulation of Cigar Products and Health Warnings pertaining to the Disclosure of Cigar or Smoke Product Consituents
Advertising Restrictions
Regulation of Cigar Smoking in Public Places, Litigation and Restrictions to Youth Access to Cigars
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Review Board
Infertility
Sexual dysfunctions
Sexual communication
t can seem like a cruel joke to are a few things you can do to
spend the beginning of your make the situation a little easier.
sexually active years trying to In addition to some basic tips on
have sex while avoiding keeping sex fun while trying to get
pregnancy, only to find yourself pregnant, it’s also worth taking
ten years later trying to get some time to think about how the
pregnant, and discovering that it infertility is affecting your sex life
doesn’t happen. For most who and talk with your partner (or a
are either dealing with confirmed professional) about your concerns.
infertility problems or who are
worried that infertility may be a Infertility impacts gender roles?
problem, the cruel joke is no
laughing matter. Fertility is intimately linked to
definitions of what it means to be
The impact of infertility (real or a man and a woman in our
suspected) on your sex life can society. Women are told that the
enormous. Sex that is timed and most important identity they will
filled with anxiety about the ever have is that of “mother.”
outcome quickly becomes Men, on the other hand, are
mechanical and forced. What is virile hunter-types, and while they
once an intense expression of are most valued for their ability to
love, desire, and commitment can make money and get erections,
feel like a cruel obligation, an they are also expected to
expectation and practically penetrate and impregnate. As
coercive. As confusion and soon as you are associated with
emotions run high it can be the idea of infertility, you become
difficult to figure out exactly why suspect as a man or woman, in
you’re so sad or angry or part because you aren’t fitting into
frustrated with your partner prescribed gender roles. Women
tend to become overly emotional
If you are trying to conceive and and men tend to find performing
either know that infertility is an a reminder of something broken.
Photographs provided by Getty Images issue, or suspect that it is, there
Infertility impact on sex? to think about things. If you are your bedroom can quickly
trying to conceive, the time become very crowded
Our society leads us to believe between ovulations can feel like (psychically speaking). The social Infertility
that sex means the same thing to eternity, and if you are worried pressure to get pregnant, Sexual dysfunctions
all of us - but nothing could be about infertility it’s easy to fill that combined with the knowledge Sexual communication
further from the truth. The only time with all sorts of pessimistic that family and friends are
thing likely to be true for all of us fantasies. You can easily convince worried for you, can put extra
is that sex is important, but yourself that you will never unneeded pressure on the two of
beyond this, what sex means is as conceive, or that even trying is a you as you are trying to have sex
individual as we all are. mistake. We often forget that sex and find intimacy.
isn’t just about the plumbing, it
Regardless of what sex means for encompasses our thoughts too. At the best of times it can be
you, if you are suddenly expected difficult for us to focus on the
to have sex on demand, it can The impact of all that negative experience of sexual pleasure
feel traumatic, and can, ironically, and anxious thinking on our sex without letting the stress of our
make you not want to have sex lives can be significant, and it daily lives into the bedroom.
at all. One positive in the can affect more than just our When you are dealing with
situation is that it provides an mood, it can actually affect our infertility, this struggle becomes
opportunity to talk with your body’s readiness to engage in exponentially more difficult as the
partner about what sex does healthy personal intercourse. worry is abou the sex (or at least
mean to you. This can open up the desired outcome of the sex).
new lines of communi- cation and, Infertility, to many people in bed? Taking some time to leave family
perhaps improve your sex life. and friends at the bedroom
Most of the time, sex is a door (as best as you can) can go
Infertility gives us time to think? relatively private act. While it a long way to making the sex a
occasionally can involve more bit less heavy (and maybe even
Infertility is all about waiting and than two people, it usually does a little bit more sexy).
depending on your situation, you not include everyone in your
may have scheduled procedures, social circle and certainly should
blood tests, and other deadlines not involve family members. But
to meet, but in the end, it’s a when you are dealing with Health’s Disease and
game of wait and see. And infertility, and you start to talk Condition content is reviewed
waiting means having lots of time with family and friends about it, by the Medical Review Board
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(165 x 16.67 mm)

№ 3 Corona, a corona
(143 x 16.67 mm)

№ 4 Mareva, a petit corona


(130 x 16.67 mm)

№ 2 Pirámide, a pyramid
(156 x 20.64 mm)
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(102 x 15.88 mm)
№ 7 Mareva, a petit corona
(130 x 16.67 mm)

№ 33 ANGIE MARIE
№ 6 Grande, x corona
(156 x 16.67 mm)
Montecristo is the name of two brands of premium
cigars, one produced on the island of Cuba for
Habanos SA, the Cuban state-owned tobacco
company, and the other produced in La Romana,
Dominican Republic for the Franco-Spanish tobacco
monopoly Altadis SA.

The Montecristo brand was created in 1935 by


Menėndez, Garcĩa y Cĩa, then the owners of the
popular H. Upmann brand of cigars. Having just
purchased the H. Upmann marque from J. Frankau &
Co., Menėndez and Garcĩa decided to produce their
own subset of the regular H. Upmann line, called
the H. Upmann Montecristo Selection.
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(165 x 16.67 mm) (156 x 20.64 mm) (143 x 16.67 mm)

Through the 1970s and 1980s, Montecristo


continued to rise in popularity among
cigar smokers and firmly entrenched itself
as one of Cuba’s top selling cigar lines.

The Montecristo No. 4 is, itself, the most


popular cigar in the world market.

Sincerely,

Angie Meiers
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Ajiep, Southern Sudan. Famine of 2009
INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS

In Sudan thousands of displaced people are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance: in the northern and
eastern regions hit by floods and in the South where famine has struck. The situation is especially serious in the
region of Bahrel Ghazal.
In Sudan thousands of displaced people

The road leading into Tonj forks at the


Carrying his only possession, a food bowl, an emaciated boy approaches the
Medecins Sans Frontieres feeding centre in Ajiep, southern Sudan in 1998.

market-place and merges again on


the other side. This small town in the
Bahr el Ghazal region of southern
Sudan has seen its normal population
of around 600 swell in the last few
months to between 8,000 and
12,000, as the famine that is ravaging
the region drives people here in
search of food.

The market offers little in the way of


sustenance, mainly soap, cigarettes
and other dry goods, but the two
streets on either side of it are
crowded. Many people have found
shelter in abandoned stone buildings
in the centre of town. Others are
huddled on the wide verandas or
camped around small cooking fires.

At one end of town, in a mission


compound, the ICRC has set up a
e are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

feeding centre for Tonj’s most plastic ICRC registration cards the staff look around for the
vulnerable residents, such as the dangling on strings around their weakest of the new arrivals not
blind, the disabled and lepers. necks. Lines of ashes on the yet registered at the kitchen. The
Here, 468 people are served ground mark out the various remaining food is divided amongst
two meals a day consisting of sections of the compound. Since them. ICRC nurse Corinne Borloz
maize flour, beans, oil and salt. the most urgent priority was to says that now the meal
make food rapidly available, distribution system has been set
At the far end of the compound, there was no time to build fences up they can start to diagnose and
an old dispensary has been or other methods of crowd control, treat common ailments, as worms,
turned into another kitchen, this but the symbolic perimeters are while people wait for food.
one for severely malnourished scrupulously respected.
children and adults. Behind the
main building, plastic tarpaulins As each group is called, they form
tied to the top of wooden poles a queue and wait their turn to
protect the kitchen from sun and receive a bowl of food. Each card
rain. Beneath them, five large is checked, and if the description
pots of maize porridge and two does not match the person, the
of beans simmer over the fire. card is confiscated so as to
discourage theft and other forms
All around the courtyard, people of preying on the weak.
sit on the ground in well-ordered Once all 468 people are served,
groups and rows. Most have their
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“I can never make up my mind if I’m happy being a flute player, or if I wish I were Eric Clapton.”
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Rayburn Musical Instrument Company


238 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
617-266-4727
Since that time, he was partnered with such musicians as Eric Clapton and U2 while managing his own
acclaimed solo career, all the while maintaining his immediately recognizable style on the electric guitar.

Since that time, he was partnered with such musicians as Eric Clapton and U2
while managing his own acclaimed solo career, all the while maintaining his
immediately recognizable style on the electric guitar.

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Universally hailed as the reigning king of the blues, the


BB KING legendary B.B. King is without a doubt the single most
important electric guitarist of the last half century. His bent
notes and staccato picking style have influenced legions of
contemporary bluesman, while his girtty and confident
voice, capable of wringing every nuance from any lyric,
provides a worthy match for his passionate playing.
Between 1951 and 1985, King notched an impressive 74
entries on Billboard’s R&B charts, and he was one of the few
full fledged blues artists to score a major pop hit when his
1970 smash “The Thrill Is Gone” crossed over to
mainstream success. Since that time, he was partnered with
such musicians as Eric Clapton and U2 while managing his
acclaimed solo career and his recognizable style on guitar.

SEPTEMBER 16 1925
“Life is something like a trumpet. If you don’t put anything in, you won’t get anything out.”
-William Christopher

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Sharon Wehner / Susan Khilivahk

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Don Quixote
Maria Mosina / Metta Schirovik

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Louise Walter / Sigried Lloyd

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September
Cynthia Shilliman

George Kupferberg

October

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Distribution is the last step in the food system, and for INFO@TREEAID.ORG.UK
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329 MAIN STREET
that import subsidized goods or produce them within HOLYOKE, MA 01040
Honduras on a large scale. The organization Red de USA
Comercializacion Comunitaria Alternative (Red COMAL) 413.535.1789
advocates for food sovereignty and promotes the INFO@NUESTRAS-RAICES.ORG
importance of localizing Honduras’ systems of food WWW.NUESTRAS-RAICES.ORG
production and distribution. To that end, Red COMAL
COMMUNITY HARVEST PROJECT, INC.
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than 200 community stores across teh country. USA
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№ 1 Cervantes, a lonsdale
(165 x 16.67 mm)

№ 3 Corona, a corona
(143 x 16.67 mm)

№ 4 Mareva, a petit corona


(130 x 16.67 mm)

№ 2 Pirámide, a pyramid
(156 x 20.64 mm)
№ 5 Perla, a petit corona
(102 x 15.88 mm)
№ 7 Mareva, a petit corona
(130 x 16.67 mm)

№ 33 ANGIE MARIE
№ 6 Grande, x corona
(156 x 16.67 mm)
Montecristo is the name of two brands of premium
cigars, one produced on the island of Cuba for
Habanos SA, the Cuban state-owned tobacco
company, and the other produced in La Romana,
Dominican Republic for the Franco-Spanish tobacco
monopoly Altadis SA.

The Montecristo brand was created in 1935 by


Menėndez, Garcĩa y Cĩa, then the owners of the
popular H. Upmann brand of cigars. Having just
purchased the H. Upmann marque from J. Frankau &
Co., Menėndez and Garcĩa decided to produce their
own subset of the regular H. Upmann line, called
the H. Upmann Montecristo Selection.
№ 1 Cervantes, a lonsdale № 2 Pirámide, a pyramid № 3 Corona, a corona
(165 x 16.67 mm) (156 x 20.64 mm) (143 x 16.67 mm)

Through the 1970s and 1980s, Montecristo


continued to rise in popularity among
cigar smokers and firmly entrenched itself
as one of Cuba’s top selling cigar lines.

The Montecristo No. 4 is, itself, the most


popular cigar in the world market.

Sincerely,

Angie Meiers
№ 33 ANGIE MARIE
FIN