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Candy Cigarettes

The FDA regulates tobacco to protect children from cigarettes. Unregulated E-cigarettes, on the other hand, are available in fruit and candy flavors.
Chest
added Oct 7, 2014 16:49
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VIDEO: COLLEGE HUMOR "EVEN WORSE FDA CIGARETTE WARNINGS" VIDEO GETS SO MUCH RIGHT ABOUT ANTI-SMOKING PSAS

as College Humor observes in their new video “Even Worse FDA Cigarette Warnings,” the efforts to get Americans who do smoke to quit are no less vehement. Funny as it may seem, the video actually touches on a lot of aspects of the anti-smoking mentality
bustle
added Sep 21, 2014 22:58
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Mr. Butts celebrates FDA's consumer surplus discount

FDA is FINALLY admitting that the pleasure of addiction is a BENEFIT!..which discounts the "costs" of smoking-all those painful, early deaths-by 70%!...that's almost a WASH! So light up today, kids, and enjoy those BENEFITS! You'll only be 30% sorry
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Sep 14, 2014 11:25
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[UK] Comedians encouraging North East smokers to kick the habit

A service that’s helped 22,000 smokers in the North East to quit is using a team of comedians to encourage even more people to break the habit. This year, anti-smoking charity Fresh and North East councils are running the 28-day Stoptober challenge which
Newcastle Evening Chronicle/Chronicle Live (uk)
added Sep 8, 2014 12:18
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[Asia, India] New club offers paid passive smoking to those who can't afford buying cigarettes

“This will help the rich feel rich, and the poor will be able to enjoy smoking at an affordable rate. This will also help in bridging the gap between the rich and the poor, and bring harmony in the society,” Smokalaya founder Naresh Agrawal explained the
Firstpost.com (in)
added Jul 11, 2014 06:52
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[Kentucky] Tobacco Farmer To 'Daily Show': It's OK To Employ Kids In The Fields Because Society's 'Too Soft'

a devastating reality that even "The Daily Show" struggled to make funny. On the heels of a shocking recent Human Rights Watch (HRW) report, "The Daily Show" dispatched Samantha Bee, "most senior correspondent," to investigate the child labor practices
Huffington Post (blog)
added Jun 29, 2014 03:03
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WURTH: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Takes Down Child Labor on Tobacco Farms

When I set out to investigate child labor on United States tobacco farms last summer, I never imagined our research would end up on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. Poor Latino kids from rural communities working 60 hours a week on tobacco farms, getting
Huffington Post (blog)
added Jun 29, 2014 02:59
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[Kentucky] 'The Daily Show' Learns the Nap-Free Reality of Teen Tobacco Labor

"What would you say to people who say 'This work is too dangerous for a 12 year old'?" Bee asked Kentucky State Sen. Paul Hornback, a tobacco farmer himself. "Children need to experience things," Hornback said. "We don't need more laws on the books to t
The Wire New Hampshire
added Jun 27, 2014 16:24
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ARCHIVE: MAD MAGAZINE’S GLORIOUS ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN

Perhaps because Mad’s offices were largely smoke-free—its publisher, William Gaines, was fanatically opposed to the habit—its writers and editors have lived long lives: Feldstein was eighty-eight when he died; Jaffee is now ninety-three. He isn’t seeking
The New Yorker
added Dec 3, 2016 00:21
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MAD MAGAZINE’S GLORIOUS ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN

When Al Feldstein, the long-time editor of Mad magazine, died, in April, no one mentioned one of his major accomplishments: warning millions of impressionable boys and girls of the perils of smoking. Had the tobacco industry paid more attention, he might
The New Yorker
added Jun 30, 2014 13:25
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