Headlines Tagged with Books — 1,230 headlines found
Equally admirable is her resilience in overcoming setbacks...and her struggles with substance addictions, among them a four-pack-a-day cigarette habit that affected her voice.
Nov 28, 2017 New York Times
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Tobacco ban led to numerous inmates suddenly converting to Christianity. Push for smoke-free prisons already being blamed for rise in violence and self-harm in some jails.
Nov 2, 2017 IBTimes (uk)
added Nov 3, 2017 00:06
what books, if any, you tend to return to? Italo Svevo, “Zeno’s Conscience”: Amidst the rich literature of The Higher Schlemiel there is no greater book, not least in the narrator’s Homeric struggle to find a reason powerful enough to give up smoking...
Oct 22, 2017 New York Times
added Oct 21, 2017 23:25
while the packaging is plain, its contents are a pleasure, and lethal to intellectual bullshit. Frequently cutting, though never shrill or sarcastic, it’s an object lesson in how to argue well, and honestly, from sound academic principles. My own role in
Sep 23, 2017 The Australian (au)
added Sep 23, 2017 14:34
[France, New York] Gérard Depardieu Believes The Pentagon May Have Created AIDS—And That’s Just the Beginning
Depardieu was inhaling a Gitanes as he sat down for our interview in New York this week. “Now they show that Gitane is death,” France’s most famous film star declared concerning his cigarette pack’s warning label (which covered nearly the entire surface,
Sep 20, 2017 The Daily Beast
added Sep 20, 2017 22:23
Her instrument, at least, had never let her down, and Vaughan took it for granted, smoking and snorting coke. In 1989, she learned she had lung cancer.
Jul 20, 2017 New York Times
added Jul 20, 2017 16:54
This book reflects the current thinking and research on how consumers’ perception of product risks and benefits affects their behavior. It provides the scientific, regulatory and industrial research community with a conceptual and methodological referenc
Jul 11, 2017 Springer Science+Business Media
added Jul 11, 2017 21:44
Roberta Walburn recounts in her engrossing and trenchant new biography “Miles Lord: The Maverick Judge Who Brought Corporate America to Justice,”...garnered widespread praise for her work in the tobacco case, as well as the nickname “the Document Diva” in
Jul 11, 2017 Minnesota Lawyer
added Jul 11, 2017 16:31
The contributions address various aspects of consumer psychology and behavior, risk perception and communication, marketing research strategies, as well as consumer product regulation.
Jul 10, 2017 PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Jul 11, 2017 21:41
Room 101, where victims confront the thing they fear most, has lent its name to a British comedy show in which celebrities discuss their pet peeves. Boris Johnson has inveighed against, among other things, boiled eggs and “hysteria about passive smoking.”
Jun 15, 2017 New York Times
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