Sort by: Date added | Date Published | Most Viewed

Headlines Tagged with costs/finances 7,436 headlines found

8 Views

53 billion illegal cigarettes consumed in the European Union last year

New KPMG report for British American Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International and Philip Morris International finds that governments lose up to EUR 11.3 billion in revenues
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Jun 8, 2016 14:27
8 Views

ARCHIVE: Hungry for tobacco: an analysis of the economic impact of tobacco consumption on the poor in Bangladesh [FREE FULL TEXT]

largely neglected by those working in poverty and tobacco control. Strong tobacco control measures could have immediate impact on the health of the poor by decreasing tobacco expenditures and thus significantly increasing the resources of the poor. Addres
Tobacco Control
added May 28, 2016 17:04
8 Views

[Europe, UK] EDITORIAL: What comes after standardised packaging for tobacco? ($$)

The industry should pay a levy to provide sustainable funding for tobacco control policies
British Medical Journal
added May 25, 2016 14:51
8 Views

Johnson Seeks Answers from FDA on Burdensome E-Cigarette Regulations

Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman...sent a letter to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Robert Califf raising concerns about the agency’s recent e-cigarette regulation, which could create undue burdens on small businesses and possibly lead to negati
U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs
added May 25, 2016 05:56
8 Views

Smoking status and subjective well-being

led the FDA to consider potential lost subjective well-being (SWB) of ex-smokers as a cost of any proposed antitobacco policy... In sum, we find no empirical support for the proposition that ex-smokers suffer lower net SWB compared to when they were smoki
Tobacco Control
added Apr 21, 2016 00:03
8 Views

Likelihood of Unemployed Smokers vs Nonsmokers Attaining Reemployment in a One-Year Observational Study

Smokers had a lower likelihood of reemployment at 1 year and were paid significantly less than nonsmokers when reemployed. Treatment of tobacco use in unemployment service settings is worth testing for increasing reemployment success and financial well-be
Archives of Internal Medicine
added Apr 11, 2016 17:58
8 Views

[California] Smokers have harder time getting jobs, study finds

A one-year longitudinal study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine strongly suggests that smokers remain unemployed longer than nonsmokers. And when smokers do find jobs, they earn substantially less than nonsmokers.
Stanford University School of Medicine
added Apr 11, 2016 17:56
8 Views

[UK] Smoking could cause disease in more than 1.3 million over the next 20 years

Tobacco will continue to devastate UK lives, with around 1.35 million new cases of smoking related illnesses expected to occur over the next 20 years according to a new report published today (Wednesday) No Smoking Day. "There’s been great progress, but
Cancer Research Campaign (UK)
added Mar 9, 2016 16:57
8 Views

[Canada] No buts about it: BC study says tobacco companies must deal with waste butts

A single tossed cigarette butt may seem inconsequential, but researchers say more than five trillion waste butts accumulate in the global environment each year, resulting in degradation, costly cleanup and emergency response. Tobacco manufacturers shoul
660 News (Calgary, ALB) (ca)
added Mar 8, 2016 17:07
8 Views

[UK, Hawaii] Teenagers who use e-cigarettes are THREE times more likely to try smoking with the same year

Teenagers who try e-cigarettes are more likely to go on to try smoking, research suggests. School pupils who used an e-cigarette were three times more likely to smoke cigarettes a year later, compared with those who had never used the devices. It is il
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 26, 2016 16:10
Sign up for daily headlines All Headlines Featured Headlines U.S. Headlines International Headlines