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[Africa, Kenya] Cigarette companies to pay hefty levy for tobacco effects

Smokers will pay an additional Sh650 million in taxes a year following the enactment of new laws seeking to discourage cigarette consumption. It is expected the newest charges will raise the cost of cigarettes across the various brands, which is already a
The Standard (ke)
added Aug 31, 2016 14:45

New Product Marketing Blurs the Line Between Nicotine Replacement Therapy and Smokeless Tobacco Products

Tobacco companies have started to market nicotine replacement therapies (NRT). As a result, a variety of products are coming into the market, such as chewing gum, lozenges and snus packages, affecting regulations that are placed on smoking cessation pro
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 30, 2016 22:43

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

Tobacco Litigation in International Courts

This Article is the first to trace, survey, and recount the history of tobacco litigation before international courts and tribunals and to assess its contribution to international law. In particular, it pays new attention to recent efforts by tobacco int
Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
added Aug 30, 2016 02:20

[Asia-pacific, Philippines] Graphic warnings help reduce smoking – US study

GRAPHIC warnings printed on cigarette packs about the dangerous effects of smoking have encouraged more smokers to reduce smoking or quit the habit altogether than text-only warnings, a new study by researchers at the University of North Carolina has fou
Manila Times (ph)
added Aug 29, 2016 21:30

[New Zealand] Parliament's public entrance goes smokefree, but total ban stubbed out

Speaker David Carter has announced that the forecourt and lawn on Parliament grounds are now smokefree, although smoking is allowed in other, less public areas. News of a smoking ban in areas of Parliament comes after MPs pushed ahead with plans to requi
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Aug 25, 2016 13:10

[Europe, UK] Menthol cigarettes ban 'could be ditched after Brexit'

An incoming ban on menthol cigarettes could be scrapped on account of Britain leaving the European Union... Britain is currently planning to go further than these EU rules and also introduce plain packaging for cigarettes. Asked about whether the ban on
The Independent (uk)
added Aug 24, 2016 14:09

Cigar pack up for award

The Camacho Cigar pack has been named as a finalist in the Pro Carton ECMA Award... The ‘masculine and reduced design’ featured only black and grey, and hinted strongly at ‘metal motorcycle elements’.
Tobacco Reporter
added Aug 22, 2016 14:03

[Florida] Trial Begins Over Lung Cancer Death of Chain Smoking Health Dept. Worker

against R.J. Reynolds over the death of a Florida health department worker who chain smoked for years. Coursey v. R.J. Reynolds, 2013-30656-CICI. Rebecca Fredenhagen, 68, who died of cancer in 1992, was a chain smoker so addicted to nicotine she bought
Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added Aug 20, 2016 16:58
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