Headlines Tagged with History — 4,728 headlines found
by reading from its 1913 dedication speech , by tobacco magnate Julian Carr, which praises Confederate veterans for terrorizing former slaves and making sure "the purest strain of the Anglo Saxon is to be found in the 13 Southern States."
Aug 20, 2018 AP - Associated Press
added Aug 21, 2018 17:34
Impact of the WHO FCTC over the first decade: a global evidence review prepared for the Impact Assessment Expert Group [FREE FULL TEXT]
Conclusions The FCTC has increased the implementation of measures across several policy domains, and these implementations have resulted in measurable impacts on tobacco consumption, prevalence and other outcomes. However, FCTC implementation must be acce
Aug 17, 2018 Tobacco Control
added Aug 18, 2018 16:19
Impact assessment of the WHO FCTC over its first decade: methodology of the expert group [FREE FULL TEXT]
An independent expert group (EG) was established to conduct the impact assessment...The EG developed and engaged in a transparent and systematic process to conduct the FCTC impact assessment. The methods employed were rigorous, and explicitly guided by co
Aug 17, 2018 Tobacco Control
added Aug 18, 2018 16:16
Huffman heard similar accusations when her firm was paid $200,000 in 2006 by a campaign funded by Philip Morris to work against a $2.60-per-pack cigarette tax on the state ballot to fund health services. The state NAACP had sided with the tobacco giant i
Aug 9, 2018 San Francisco (CA) Chronicle
added Aug 11, 2018 15:20
After publication of the 1988 Surgeon General’s report on nicotine addiction, tobacco companies (particularly RJ Reynolds) intensified efforts to promote the benefits of nicotine while downplaying its addictiveness and health risks.
Aug 9, 2018 Tobacco Control
added Aug 9, 2018 23:02
Today is the 10th anniversary of the City of Danville’s smoking ban in all buildings and enclosed workplaces...there are only five counties in Kentucky that have any kind of a smoke-free policy. “That’s out of 120 counties. We’ve got a ways to go.”
Aug 8, 2018 Danville (KY) Advocate-Messenger
added Aug 9, 2018 17:38
That effort went on for most of Garcia’s 11 years as chief health officer. His courage and tenacity in continuing to push for a countywide clean-air ordinance was one of many highlights of his life. Garcia died last Friday at 84. Today, most of us don’t
Aug 2, 2018 Terre Haute (IN) Tribune-Star
added Aug 4, 2018 18:54
“The [Waddell] family only came there on weekends to shoot, when duck season was on,” Constance says. “It needed a lot of love.” The house reeked of tobacco smoke (the walls and ceilings had tobacco smoke stains), and the plaster walls were flaking.
Aug 1, 2018 Bloomberg News
added Aug 2, 2018 23:44
This narrative by Nathaniel Rich is a work of history, addressing the 10-year period from 1979 to 1989: the decisive decade when humankind first came to a broad understanding of the causes and dangers of climate change.
Aug 1, 2018 New York Times
added Aug 2, 2018 19:44
Big Tobacco once had a lot of influence in the U.S. through advertisements and television. In 1964, however, that began to change. "The Day Ahead" is examining the dramatic downfall of Big Tobacco and the influence the industry has had on our country si
Aug 1, 2018 Newsy
added Aug 1, 2018 16:37