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Cigarette Brand Preference Among Middle and High School Students Who Are Established Smokers --- United States, 2004 and 2006

CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Feb 12, 2009 00:00
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[Montana, Washington] EDITORIAL: CDC agrees; avoid secondhand smoke

Tacoma (WA) News Tribune
added May 10, 2004 00:00
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Tobacco Toxins in Bloodstream Hit 10-Year Low

Washington Post
added Mar 21, 2001 00:00
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Study Tallies Americans' Exposure to Toxins

CDC Survey Turns Up 27 Chemicals, Including Plastics and Pesticides; Health Effects Are Unclear
Washington Post
added Mar 22, 2001 00:00
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[North Dakota] LETTER: Agencies each have role in tobacco fight

contact your legislators and ask them to vote yes on Senate Bill 2024, allowing BreatheND to continue the work needed so today’s youth might be the first tobacco-free generation.
Jamestown (ND) Sun
added Feb 19, 2017 01:13
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Millions of non-smoking teenagers are still at risk of serious illness from secondhand smoke, experts warn

Teenage smoking rates are down, but tobacco smoke still affects millions Secondhand smoke leads to bronchitis, pneumonia and more in children / Non-smoking zones should be expanded, the CDC recommends
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 12, 2016 15:55
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CDC Concerned About Youth Exposure to E-Cigarette Advertising ($$)

About 7 in 10 teens are exposed to e-cigarette advertising on TV, in print, online and at retail outlets
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Jan 6, 2016 15:45
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Advertising may be fueling the popularity of e-cigarettes among teens, CDC says

The more money is spent to advertise electronic cigarettes, the more middle and high school students use them. CDC Director Tom Frieden says this probably isn't a coincidence.
Los Angeles Times
added Jan 6, 2016 14:44
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Attitudes Toward Raising the Minimum Age of Sale for Tobacco Among U.S. Adults

Three quarters of adults favor raising the minimum tobacco age of sale to 21 years, including seven in ten smokers. Raising the minimum age of sale, along with proven tobacco control strategies, could prevent youth tobacco use.
Science Direct
added Jul 8, 2015 15:27
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Dems: Report shows need for e-cigarette regulations

“FDA has an existing mechanism to protect children now, and the scientific evidence has never been clearer: strong regulatory action on the marketing of e-cigarettes to children cannot wait.”...industry called the CDC report “deceptive” and demanded a ret
The Hill
added Aug 29, 2014 13:28
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