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Surgeon General David Satcher, MD, MPH, is one of many public health advocates who believes every state should have its own surgeon general.
The latest report "substantiates the evidence that there is no safe level of exposure to cigarette smoke," said Surgeon General Regina Benjamin.
surgeon general to focus more on his family and career as a surgeon.
Richard Carmona, surgeon general during President Bush's first term, testified in Congress Tuesday about the relentless pressure he endured, and only sometimes resisted, to tailor his medical pronouncements to fit the administration's political agenda.
Richard Carmona, the man the president chose to be his Surgeon General in 2002.
Department of Health and Human Services: WHO: Vice Admiral Richard Carmona, US Surgeon General WHAT: Surgeon General Carmona will host a press conference to release the new Surgeon General's Report on the Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke.
Pregnant women and women who may become pregnant should abstain from alcohol consumption to prevent the effects of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, the Surgeon General has advised.
Forty years ago the United States Surgeon General issued his landmark report formally documenting the role tobacco plays in causing cancer of the larynx and lung in men and chronic bronchitis in men and women.