- El hábito de fumar cigarros (puros)
- ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre los cigarros y los cigarrillos?
- ¿Quién fuma cigarros?
- ¿Qué clase de enfermedades y muertes causa el hábito de fumar cigarros?
- ¿Cómo afecta el humo de segunda mano que se emite de los puros?
- ¿Son seguros los cigarros electrónicos?
- ¿Existen leyes que regulen a los cigarros?
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