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MUNCIE — Meridian Health Services has adopted a tobacco policy that it hopes other workplaces will implement: no designated smoking areas and employees not permitted to smoke while on the clock.
Nov 29, 2015 Muncie (IN) Star-Press
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Smoking is strictly forbidden...Hamid, 29, said that when he was caught smoking a cigar in his shop in Mosul in late August, “ISIS not only whipped me 15 times in public but forced me to pay a fine of 50,000 dinar,” or about $40 at the time.
Nov 29, 2015 New York Times
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Average daily calls to the state Tobacco Quitline are up more than six-fold over last year including a record-breaking 4,000-plus inquiries in January, according to Department of Health and Environmental Control spokesman Jim Beasley. Soaring demand for
Nov 29, 2015 Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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"Some are sold for weapons, or for just $10, or 10 cigarettes," Domle said. Some ISIS fighters send pictures of the women and girls to their families, either to taunt them or demand a ransom.
Nov 29, 2015 WRCB TV Channel 3 (Chattanooga, TN)
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Whatever tax revenue is lost because of this change would be more than offset by reductions in the tens of millions of dollars now spent to confront tobacco-related illnesses, which raises health care costs for everyone, not just smokers. The change woul
Nov 29, 2015 Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, MA)
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Bill Ritter talks with Patrick Kwan, Director NYC Smoke-Free, and Ashley Engelman from the American Cancer Society.
Nov 29, 2015 WABC-TV Ch. 7
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at an intimate Manhattan ceremony on Friday night, a source said. The reception was held at a private residence on 49th Street...Party decor consisted of “bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night,” the source said.
Nov 29, 2015 New York Post
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The state’s Division of Tobacco Prevention focuses on three efforts: youth prevention, clean air and smoking cessation. They include everything from altering personal behavior to business and recreation sectors to state tax policies. All three rely on ta
Nov 29, 2015 Charleston (WV) Sunday Gazette-Mail
added Nov 29, 2015 20:32
Reed’s office is correct that, in 2013, 18.8 percent of Georgia adults over 18 were smoking. But newer figures paint a peachier picture for the state. It doesn’t change the mayor’s overarching point that the state still has a way to go. We rate Reed’s
Nov 29, 2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution blogs
added Nov 29, 2015 16:46
smokers tend to be less affluent, and less less likely to have a college degree than non-smokers. For instance, about 8 percent of Californians in households with incomes of $100,000 or more a year were smokers between 2011 and 2014, compared to 18 perce
Nov 25, 2015 Sacramento (CA) Bee
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