Headlines Tagged with Mental Health/Neurology — 3,909 headlines found
* Marijuana smokers achieve better grades than cigarette smokers * Teenagers who smoke tobacco are more likely to commit crime, say experts * It is thought as tobacco has become more stigmatised, fewer intelligent students have started smoking it
Mar 31, 2014 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 31, 2014 11:42
[Australia, Canada, UK, USA] Cross-country comparison of smokers' reasons for thinking about quitting over time: findings from the International Tobacco Control Four Country Survey (ITC-4C), 2002–2015
Differences in reasons for thinking about quitting exist among smokers in countries with different histories of tobacco control policies. Health concern is consistently the most common reason for quitting and the strongest predictor of future attempts.
Oct 26, 2016 Tobacco Control
added Oct 27, 2016 01:17
Addiction to cigarettes and other drugs may result from abnormal wiring in the brain's frontal cortex, an area critical for self-control, a new study finds.
Jan 29, 2013 LiveScience.com (Yahoo!)
added Jan 29, 2013 14:03
May 15, 2012 Brandchannel.com
added May 15, 2012 19:44
A new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) showed positive changes in attitudes and a reduction in patient agitation after implementing a fully tobacco-free environment at Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospit
Mar 6, 2017 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Mar 6, 2017 16:20
The FDA responded to these concerns by successively requiring information regarding risk of neuropsychiatric events in the ADVERSE REACTIONS, WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS, and finally the BOXED WARNING
Nov 12, 2015 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Dec 21, 2015 15:15
Australian tobacco companies have introduced evocative variant names...Some descriptors significantly enhance the appeal of tobacco products among different groups of smokers and may undermine plain packaging's dissuasive intent. Policymakers should expli
Mar 25, 2015 Tobacco Control
added Mar 26, 2015 09:58
May 9, 2012 Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch
added May 9, 2012 17:56
When cigarettes contain less nicotine, smokers see them as safer, because they equate the stimulant with smoking-related diseases. But that misperception doesn't cancel out the potential benefits of low-nicotine cigarettes, a new study suggests.
Aug 4, 2017 Reuters
added Aug 5, 2017 21:11
Over-Time Impacts of Pictorial Health Warning Labels and their Differences across Smoker Subgroups: Results from Adult Smokers in Canada and Australia.
While this study found evidence for wear out in attention to HWLs, other HWL responses (cognitive responses, forgoing cigarettes) actually increased over time, with greater increases amongst smokers with higher income and/or education.
Jun 16, 2017 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jun 16, 2017 15:45