Description:  “While the use of animal testing by tobacco companies was once more widely known, few realize that these tests are still taking place. Tobacco companies routinely use animals for experiments in order to determine what effect new products might have on humans. During the course of these studies, rats, dogs, monkeys and other creatures are forcefully exposed to tobacco smoke or tar for extended periods of time. They are often killed and then examined to determine what effects cigarettes have on their organs, lungs, and even unborn fetuses.”


Resource Type(s):  Article/Post

Location:  (Universal)

Accessibility:  Online-Free

Wellness Domains:  Earthlings


Harmful Practices Critiqued:  Animal Research