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In 1963, smoking was permitted virtually everywhere, including hospitals, schools, airplanes and restaurants. Cigarettes were widely advertised on TV, radio, billboards, newspapers and magazines and associated with happiness, relief and leisure. Taxes we
Jun 16, 2013 CBC News (ca)
added Jun 17, 2013 20:58
It was 50 years ago today that Canada’s minister of national health and welfare, Judy LaMarsh, stunned the country by standing in the House of Commons to state that smoking caused life-threatening health problems.
Jun 17, 2013 Canadian Television (CTV) (ca)
added Jun 17, 2013 20:50
The notable rates of e-cigarette use and use of e-cigarettes as cessation aids, even though the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved e-cigarettes for this purpose, should inform policy and treatment discussions on this topic.
May 8, 2013 National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
added Jun 17, 2013 14:52
Conclusions Employees who smoke impose significant excess costs on private employers. The results of this study may help inform employer decisions about tobacco-related policies.
Jun 3, 2013 Tobacco Control
added Jun 17, 2013 14:35
YOUNG people in Scotland could be risking their lives by smoking shisha pipes in illegal bars due to the dangers posed by carbon monoxide poisoning, campaigners will warn this week. Charities say the number of people using the tobacco pipes has increase
Jun 16, 2013 The Scotsman (uk)
added Jun 17, 2013 13:14
The report said 10 adverts involving tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes in breach of the Tobacco (Smoking Control) Act were noticed on local sites and the respective advertisers and webmasters were instructed to remove such adverts.
Jun 17, 2013 Malta Today (mt)
added Jun 17, 2013 12:33
The Irish Cancer Society says it cannot recommend electronic cigarettes as an alternative to tobacco until they are regulated in Ireland.
Jun 17, 2013 Irish Examiner (ie)
added Jun 17, 2013 08:48
The infotech professional, who took to smoking to rid stress, never imagined that puffing away on cigarettes would cause thrush – a fungal infection in the mouth. Menon is among a growing number of young professionals in the city who’re lining up at dent
Jun 17, 2013 DNA India (in)
added Jun 17, 2013 04:20
In Australia, just a handful of employers have banned smoke breaks during working hours. In 2010, the federal health department banned its employees from smoking during work hours or when representing the department. From August, Swinburne University wi
Jun 17, 2013 Sydney Morning Herald (au)
added Jun 17, 2013 00:45
ANDREWS: The provisions that allow insurers to charge smokers higher premiums take effect in January and apply to health plans sold on the individual and small group markets that aren't grandfathered under the law. The insurer may well rely on people to
Jun 13, 2013 Kaiser Health News
added Jun 15, 2013 18:24