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[UK] Smoker calls for crack-down on cigarette packs

A SMOKER from Crosby has called for stricter measures to curb colourful cigarette packs after claiming that they are used to target young people. Adam Shaw, 18, believes that he would not have taken up smoking if the packaging was not so colourful and h
Champion Newspapers (uk)
added Apr 21, 2014 18:26
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[Turkey] NEW MEASURES TO COMBAT HOOKAH SMOKING

The Ministry of Health is planning to implement new measures against rising addiction to hookahs (water pipes), which are regarded as being damaging to health as cigarette smoking. Under the new regulations, tables where hookah is being served must be tw
Daily Sabah (tr)
added Apr 21, 2014 17:47
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[Australia, Indonesia] LIMENTA: The Thinker: Battle Big Tobacco

Weak enforcement and legislative control will only benefit large tobacco companies. Meanwhile, the costs of smoking to society are immeasurable. The fact that cigarettes often are the second-largest item of household expenditure after food for the poorest
Jakarta Globe (id)
added Apr 21, 2014 16:16
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[Japan] Low-nicotine cigarettes not so low in practice

Depending on the way in which they are smoked, the doses delivered from low-nicotine cigarettes can end up not being as low as their packages advertise, warn experts at a national health facility.
Mainichi Daily News (jp)
added Apr 20, 2014 07:40
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[UK] Pupils from North Cambridge Academy to protest outside tobacco firm in call for plain cigarette packaging

Students at North Cambridge Academy want to see the introduction of plain packaging to shut off the last legal form of advertising for cigarette companies. Eight of the students are meeting Cambridge MP Julian Huppert six days before the protest on Apri
Cambridge Evening News (uk)
added Apr 19, 2014 13:19
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LETTERS: CONNOLLY/PINKERTON: Re:No evidence that the tobacco industry evaded the FDA's ban on 'Light' cigarette descriptors

This comment summarizes, but mischaracterizes the findings and conclusions of our study. Our analyses and interpretation are based strictly on the letter of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (FSPTCA) and its requirements, including Sec
Tobacco Control
added Apr 17, 2014 18:14
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Has the tobacco industry evaded the FDA's ban on ‘Light’ cigarette descriptors? [FREE FULL TEXT]

Manufacturers eliminated terms explicitly stated and substituted colour name descriptors corresponding to the banned terms. ... Tobacco manufacturers appear to have evaded a critical element of the FSPTCA, the ban on misleading descriptors that convey red
Tobacco Control
added Apr 17, 2014 18:12
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EDITORIAL: China and the Toll of Smoking

put explicit, disturbing photos of the harmful effects of smoking on cigarette packages — blackened lungs, oral cancer sores and the like. This has been effective in other countries, and it will be more so in China, because most Chinese smokers are unawar
New York Times
added Apr 17, 2014 09:57
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[Hong Kong] PHILIP MORRIS ASIA LIMITED & THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Plain Packaging of Tobacco Products in Australia:

Australia’s tobacco plain packaging rules resulted from legislation that the Parliament passed on November 21, 2011. On that day, Philip Morris Asia (PMA) brought a claim against Australia under the Australia-Hong Kong Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT).
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Apr 16, 2014 11:45
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Philip Morris International Comments on Decision in Claim Against Australia’s Plain Packaging Law

The tribunal assigned to hear Philip Morris Asia’s (PMA) challenge to Australia’s plain packaging law today decided to divide the proceedings in the case into two phases – one to decide certain questions related to jurisdiction and a second to hear the ar
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Apr 16, 2014 11:43
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