Headlines Tagged with Germany — 1,289 headlines found
Germany will soon see a ban on tobacco ads. Psychologist Christoph Kröger believes that step makes sense because it spells the end of positive association - at some point, smoking will no longer be cool.
Apr 25, 2016 Deutsche Welle / DW World (de)
added Apr 25, 2016 23:44
Germany is set to introduce graphic health warnings. Despite tentative progress in recent years, Germany has historically been one of Europe’s poster children for tobacco control legislative failure. That reputation may begin to change from 20 May, when
Apr 16, 2016 Tobacco Control Journal blogs
added Apr 16, 2016 11:13
The researchers determined that smoking particularly affects enhancer regions in the genome.... "If an enhancer region is affected by the effects of smoking, this may lead to deregulation of several genes at the same time."
Apr 5, 2016 EurekAlert
added Apr 5, 2016 17:03
beginning May 20, smokers can expect images of black lungs and dead people to appear on German cigarette packs. Germany, in fact, is one of the last EU countries to implement this regulation.
Mar 20, 2016 DigitalJournal.com (blog)
added Mar 20, 2016 14:30
Now Germany will put the EU regulation into practice...the Bundesrat, a legislative body where all of Germany's 16 states are represented, was the last institution to agree to it. Starting May 20, smokers can expect to see black lungs and dead bodies on
Mar 18, 2016 Deutsche Welle / DW World (de)
added Mar 19, 2016 02:08
[Europe] Tabak: Deutschland führt Schockbilder im Mai ein [Tobacco: Germany leads shocking images received in May]
smoking must be prepared by the end of May on deterrent pictures and larger health warnings on cigarette boxes - that is the essence of the law, adopted this Thursday, the German parliament
Feb 26, 2016 Verlag Werben & Verkaufen GmbH (de)
added Feb 27, 2016 20:12
held that the nicotine-containing liquids used in electronic cigarettes qualify as tobacco products and that their distribution and sale without a permit are therefore illegal...decision was rendered in December 2015 but was not published until February 2
Feb 23, 2016 Global Legal Monitor - The Law Library of Congress
added Feb 27, 2016 17:33
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center will go tobacco-free starting Monday, but U.S. civilian employees will be allowed to smoke on unpaid lunch breaks in designated areas away from the campus. Implementation of the tobacco ban was delayed for two weeks afte
Feb 13, 2016 Stars & Stripes
added Feb 13, 2016 21:36
The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) had a good year’s start by carrying out, between December 2015 and January 2016, several operations in Greece, Russia, Germany and Spain that led to a total seizure of more than 75 million cigarettes. During an enqu
Feb 6, 2016 New Europe
added Feb 6, 2016 22:10
Does smoking on screen encourage young people to take up the habit? The WHO wants to ban tobacco from film. We take a look back at iconic classics that wouldn't have been quite the same without cigarettes.
Feb 3, 2016 Deutsche Welle / DW World (de)
added Feb 3, 2016 22:21