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ARCHIVE: TOC: December 2001, Volume 10, suppl 1 / Debunking myths around 'light' cigarettes and implications for 'reduced risk' products

Smokers' beliefs about “Light” and “Ultra Light” cigarettes / Effect of health messages about “Light” and “Ultra Light” cigarettes on beliefs and quitting intent / Do “Light” cigarettes undermine cessation? / Changing the future of tobacco marketing by u
Tobacco Control
added Aug 30, 2016 13:54

ARCHIVE: Health impact of “reduced yield” cigarettes: a critical assessment of the epidemiological evidence [FREE FULL TEXT]

there is no convincing evidence that changes in cigarette design between the 1950s and the mid 1980s have resulted in an important decrease in the disease burden caused by cigarette use for either smokers as a group or for the whole population. While man
Tobacco Control
added Aug 30, 2016 13:50

[Australia] CHAPMAN: The failed history of tobacco harm reduction

if the genie starts looking like a trojan horse bringing its very own set of health problems down the track, addicting vast numbers of school kids to nicotine who would have never used any nicotine product, and slowing smoking cessation through prolonged
The Conversation (au)
added Aug 30, 2016 13:33

Olympics & Cigars – A David Garofalo Editorial

Here is Jesse Owens, in 1936...Following the Olympics, he is shown here pushing White Owl Cigars... Do you remember when the athletes who won the gold would light up a cigar? Oh ya, even the ladies would do it, but not this year. The advertisers would rat
The Cigar Authority
added Aug 28, 2016 19:57

three key moments in the history of marketing tobacco to women

For Women’s Equality Day...a few key moments in the history... 1929 For the 1929 Easter parade in New York City... 1968...Phillip Morris rolled out the marketing slogan “You’ve come a long way, baby”... 2007 R.J. Reynolds introduced a new cigarette cal
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Aug 26, 2016 21:16

The Known: Cancer Is Really, Really Old. The Unknown: How Common It Was.

suggests that cancer is “limited to societies that are affected by modern lifestyle issues such as tobacco use and pollution resulting from industrialization.”...But other researchers, considering the same anthropological data, have rejected this view. In
New York Times
added Aug 22, 2016 21:19

[UK] ARCHIVE: Sir George Godber: Government's Chief Medical Officer who helped to establish the fledgling National Health Service

Godber recollected that he had said in 1962 to Keith Joseph, another of his Conservative ministers, that "we really have to do something about abolishing smoking"..."You really can't expect to abolish smoking." Godber replied: "No, but I want to see it re
The Independent (uk)
added Aug 22, 2016 15:57

[Belgium] GTNF 2016 - Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum: Managing Transformaion: A truly global event

The Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum (GTNF) was launched in Rio de Janeiro in 2008...The GTNF is organized and hosted by US-based Tobacco Reporter magazine, the leading international publication for the tobacco industry.
Tobacco Reporter
added Aug 20, 2016 19:43

EDITORIAL: Early history of LGBT tobacco control: CLASH at 25 [FREE FULL TEXT]

LGBTs have made great strides towards acceptance and great contributions to tobacco control. We need allies who realise that reducing stigma may be a tobacco control measure in itself, or at least a first step to improving the health of our community.
Tobacco Control
added Aug 19, 2016 20:23

[Canada] The ‘common knowledge’ of Quebecers: quantifying the evidence of historians testifying for defendant tobacco companies [FREE FULL TEXT]

the testimony of defence historians had the unintended consequence of facilitating further research... A preliminary analysis of the archive shows that the public was exposed to more prosmoking than anti-smoking messages in the newspapers surveyed until a
Tobacco Control
added Aug 19, 2016 20:20
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