Headlines Tagged with History — 4,590 headlines found
One doesn’t hear much about exploding cigars these days, however, and that could be because of cases like Clem Nieman’s. He sued Dow Drug Co., as well as S. Frieder Sons. (He apparently didn’t sue the Helena Cigar Company, probably because of the difficu
Feb 8, 2015 Ukiah (CA) Daily Journal
added Feb 11, 2015 06:49
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Stanford School of Medicine's "Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising." Over the years, the project has published more than 16,000 vintage tobacco ads. Most of them would be completely illegal in man
Jun 30, 2016 Business Insider
added Jun 30, 2016 20:31
Reynolds Tobacco Co. and other tobacco giants fought Saturday to preserve two court orders so far finding that evidence of their conduct after a smoker kicked the habit in the 1970s should be kept from an upcoming Engle trial this month.
Feb 2, 2015 Law360
added Feb 3, 2015 20:00
we’re introducing Series 2 of our the trading cards. Each Tuesday, we’ll issue a new card featuring a case or attorney that has made a significant impact in this landmark litigation.
Sep 9, 2014 Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added Sep 13, 2014 06:02
we recall the time when Rochester was remarkable for its cigarettes. Yes, cigarettes. Credit that distinction, dubious or not, to William S. Kimball, whose story has been well told by several local historians, among them Blake McKelvey, Donovan Shilling,
Oct 30, 2013 Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle
added Oct 30, 2013 15:51
In the face of increasing pressure from anti-smoking lobbyists, the three main players in New Zealand's tobacco industry - British American Tobacco, Imperial and Philip Morris - are all still raking it in.
Oct 13, 2013 New Zealand Herald (nz)
added Oct 13, 2013 01:09
Robert N. Proctor, a professor of the history of science at Stanford . . . Here he talks about the promises made for filters. Were filters used to obscure the dangers of cigarettes? Oh, yes. Filters are the deadliest fraud in the history of human civili
Jul 6, 2012 New York Times
added Jul 6, 2012 11:56
The FCTC, as the first treaty negotiated under the auspices of WHO and the first collective response to non-communicable diseases, provides a critical case study of how developments at the international level can influence domestic policymaking and creat
Sep 25, 2015 Foreign Affairs
added Sep 25, 2015 16:09
Bowman Gray School of Medicine …became increasingly awkward to have an emblem of the leading cause of preventable death headlining an esteemed medical institution … quietly went back to being just the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Jan 15, 2015 New York Times Blogs
added Jan 15, 2015 12:40
Ohio Statehouse can help snuff out disturbing trend 50 years after Surgeon General's landmark smoking report: Toby Cosgrove and Michael F. Roizen
But Ohio has now sullied itself by being one of the few states -- if not the only state -- with increased tobacco use since 2009. Why?... We need leadership in Columbus; we in the United States, and in Ohio especially, can’t afford for additional progre
Jan 11, 2014 Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer
added Jan 12, 2014 04:00