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TOC: Themed Issue on Interventions to Reduce Tobacco-Related Health Disparities

Outcomes of a Tailored Intervention for Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Latinos Living With HIV/AIDS / Social Branding to Decrease Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Young Adult Smoking / Correlates of Adherence to Varenicline Among HIV+ Smokers
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 15, 2015 17:35
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EDITORIAL: Interventions to Reduce Tobacco-Related Health Disparities [FREE FULL TEXT]

A major conclusion in the 1998 report was that prevention and cessation efforts in racial/ethnic communities are limited by underdeveloped tobacco control infrastructures and low levels of resources for research, program development, and program dissemi
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 15, 2015 17:32
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ARCHIVE: Editorial: Peer reviewed journals, science and social justice

Tobacco Control has benefited from opportunities to enhance connections with authors and potential authors from low/middle income countries (LMICs)...consideration of both the relative advantages enjoyed by some authors and the lessons less-privileged col
Tobacco Control
added Jul 14, 2015 14:28
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AUDIO: California ballot measure seeks signatures for cigarette tax

Analysis by the California Budget and Policy Center of 2012's Proposition 29 tobacco tax initiative found a tobacco tax increase would disproportionately affect low-income Californians, who spend a larger share of their incomes on tobacco products.
89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio
added Jul 14, 2015 11:24
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Tobacco Control and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Adolescent Smoking in Europe

Countries with stronger tobacco control policies tend to have lower smoking rates. We are unable to demonstrate significant socioeconomic inequalities in the effect of tobacco control policies on adolescent smoking.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Jul 10, 2015 11:15
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Time to quit / Even though it is clear how to get people to stop smoking, rates are still rising in many countries—even some in the rich world

Yet everybody now knows how to get people to quit: hike taxes, ban smoking indoors and advertising, publicise the health risks and help smokers to quit. Countries that follow these steps can see smoking rates fall fast: Uruguay’s fell from 33% to 25% in
The Economist
added Jul 9, 2015 15:44
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LETTER: Don't tax e-cigarettes out of smokers' wallets

The proposed tax hike threatens to make these products unaffordable for low-income smokers looking for an effective way to quit. And, while more than 40 states have banned the sale of these products to minors, the District is more concerned about taxing
Washington Post
added Jul 1, 2015 22:38
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[Asia-pacific, Philippines] Antismoking group hits cheaper cigarettes

An antismoking group, the New Vois Association of the Philippines (NVAP), called on the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Sunday to assess the impact of the looming entry of cheaper tobacco products into the local market as its presence could sabota
Philippine Daily Inquirer (ph)
added Jun 29, 2015 09:34
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MALONE: Editorial: Coauthorship and ‘soft colonialism’

concern within the tobacco control community about the ‘globalising’ tobacco epidemic and new initiatives by funders have led more researchers from high-income English-speaking countries to develop collaborations with colleagues in low/middle-income count
Tobacco Control
added Jun 22, 2015 07:19
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Proactive Tobacco Cessation Outreach to Smokers of Low Socioeconomic Status

Proactive, IVR-facilitated outreach enables engagement with low-SES smokers. Providing counseling, NRT, and access to community-based resources to address sociocontextual mediators among smokers reached in this setting is effective.
Archives of Internal Medicine
added Jun 16, 2015 07:22
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