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The impact of tobacco control policies on smoking among socioeconomic groups in nine European countries, 1990-2007.
This study shows that tobacco control policies as implemented in the available European countries have helped to reduce the prevalence of smoking in the total population, particularly in lower socioeconomic groups. Widening inequalities in smoking may be
Aug 16, 2016 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Aug 27, 2016 18:45
Proximity-based point of sale (POS) policies banning tobacco product sales near schools appear to be more effective in reducing retailer density in lower income and racially diverse neighborhoods than in higher income and white neighborhoods, and hold gre
Aug 24, 2016 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Aug 27, 2016 18:45
If the goal of public policy is really to make people better off, anti-smoking policies that encourage abstinence above all, with switching offered only as an inferior second choice, are backward and impossible to justify
Aug 23, 2016 City A.M. (uk)
added Aug 24, 2016 13:43
efforts to foster tobacco-free norms have resulted in healthier worksites, restaurants, bars, and other public places. Denormalizing and deglamorizing use in an even wider variety of high-risk settings... Place matters. Changing culture can restore health
Aug 16, 2016 JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association
added Aug 17, 2016 14:35
Substantial financial incentives have a sustained impact on smoking cessation among relatively low-income smokers, both inside and outside of workplace or clinical settings, even when personal counseling is not provided. The effect is sustained 12 months
Aug 15, 2016 Journal of the American College of Cardiology
added Aug 15, 2016 19:15
Findings from studies indicate the existence of an association between cardiovascular disease and certain job factors and between specific cardiovascular disease health behaviors (e.g., smoking status, etc.) and occupational group.
Aug 12, 2016 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Aug 12, 2016 00:35
who are young and socioeconomically disadvantaged have difficulties with smoking cessation, and those with milder COPD are less likely to quit smoking, according to research published in Chest.
Jul 20, 2016 Clinical Advisor
added Jul 21, 2016 04:28
British American Tobacco’s (BAT) contracts with tobacco farmers across Bangladesh are flawed and unfair, according to a new study conducted by the Swedish NGO Swedwatch. The study titled “Smokescreens in the supply chain” found that tobacco cultivation
Jul 1, 2016 Dhaka Daily Star (bd)
added Jul 13, 2016 19:32
Baseball stadiums this summer will feature the campaign’s central message, “Smokeless doesn’t mean harmless,” through advertising and promotions with players. Ads will will run on local television, radio and online in 35 markets across the U.S. The Food
Jun 18, 2016 AP - Associated Press
added Jun 18, 2016 18:22
The socioeconomic gradient of secondhand smoke exposure in children: evidence from 26 low-income and middle-income countries
Conclusions Special attention should be given to reduce ESHS among children from rural and socioeconomically disadvantaged households as social inequalities in ESHS might contribute to social inequalities in health over the life course.
Jun 16, 2016 Tobacco Control
added Jun 17, 2016 01:10