Headlines Tagged with Editorial — 9,942 headlines found
if the increased tax on cigarettes reduces the number of smokers, lawmakers should be commended for putting it in place.
Aug 2, 2016 Washington (PA) Observer-Reporter
added Aug 3, 2016 14:52
While we debate the question of whether e-cigarettes may enable harm reduction for smokers, we cannot ignore the simultaneous potential for harm creation, especially for youth. Mitigating this will require expansion of existing public health anti-tobacco
Jul 18, 2016 Canadian Medical Association Journal (ca)
added Jul 18, 2016 14:11
much of the credit in declining cigarette use goes to public smoking bans. In January, the University of South Florida joined at least 20 Florida colleges and universities in banning all tobacco use on campus, a commendable effort to keep young people fro
May 28, 2016 Tampa Bay (FL) Times
added May 28, 2016 00:41
Kruse could-and should-get fined $500 a day...the issue is greater than simply Kruse’s indoor smoking...It his repeated willingness to flout state law. An Oregonian who continually breaks state law should not be entrusted with making state law.
May 26, 2016 Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal
added May 26, 2016 08:34
The state Senate on Thursday passed legislation to increase the tax on cigarettes by 45-cents a pack, increasing the tax on smokeless tobacco from seven percent to 12 percent, and the first-ever tax on e-cigarette liquids.
May 20, 2016 Charleston (WV) Sunday Gazette-Mail
added May 20, 2016 16:30
These new studies help us define this new cohort of patients with chronic respiratory symptoms without obstruction. It is now up to us to figure out how to treat them in order to help reduce symptoms and prevent exacerbations
May 12, 2016 New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
added May 13, 2016 15:00
Washington Times EDITORIAL: A little fire with no smoke / The government gets in the way of smokers trying to quit
The advent of “vaping,” as simulated smoking is called, has been a godsend for millions of Americans who try, and try, and try, without succeeding, to quit cigarettes. An estimated 9 million smokers have accomplished the transition to this tobacco-free a
May 11, 2016 Washington Times
added May 12, 2016 04:02
In the same week that California became the second state in the nation to raise its smoking age to 21, Cottonwood became the first city in Arizona to make the sale and use of tobacco products for people younger than 21 illegal. But for this measure to h
May 9, 2016 Camp Verde (AZ) Bugle
added May 9, 2016 23:50
As it becomes more clear that e-cigarettes have moved beyond a mere smoking-cessation device to an alternative method of delivering nicotine, the reasons for treating them differently than other tobacco products are dissipating...they ought to be taxed l
May 6, 2016 Everett (WA) Herald
added May 6, 2016 10:54
Neither the risk of explosion nor concerns about long-term health effects of e-cigarettes have put a damper on their growing popularity. That makes it all the more imperative to have regulations as soon as possible.
Mar 15, 2016 Quincy (IL) Herald-Whig
added Mar 15, 2016 22:59