Headlines Tagged with Movies — 4,843 headlines found
* Rajesh Khanna used to smoke Dunhill cigarettes, whose cover was bright red in colour.
Jul 19, 2012 OneIndia.com (in)
added Aug 6, 2012 14:56
Rajesh Khanna, the man hailed as the first superstar of Hindi cinema, passed away at his Bandra residence on Wednesday afternoon. He was 69. . . . Kaka, as he was fondly called, was battling lung cancer for long now.
Jul 19, 2012 Mumbai Mirror (in)
added Aug 6, 2012 14:55
STUBBING out smoking in films aimed at teenagers could help slash the take-up rate of the habit by up to 18 per cent.
Jul 15, 2012 Melbourne (Vic) Herald Sun (au)
added Jul 15, 2012 13:38
appeared at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday to promote his next film, "The Expendables 2" / In the movie's trailer, his character, Trench, tears the door off a Smart Car, smokes bad guys with his machine gun and wags a fat cigar.
Jul 13, 2012 New York Times
added Jul 13, 2012 11:39
Geisel pediatrics professors James Sargent and Susanne Tanski, along with Mike Stoolmiller, a research professor at the University of Oregon’s College of Education, found that although smoking scenes do not appear in a majority of PG-13 movies, those mov
Jul 13, 2012 The Dartmouth
added Jul 13, 2012 06:10
What do you think—should smoking be banned from PG-13 films? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Jul 11, 2012 Parade
added Jul 11, 2012 15:44
So parents still need to restrict what their kids are seeing, Sargent said. Just imagine: Without scientific research, parents would have to resort to common sense.
Jul 11, 2012 Tulsa (OK) World
added Jul 11, 2012 06:32
WHAT THIS STUDY ADDS: The response to PG-13–rated MSE was indistinguishable from R-rated MSE. An R rating for smoking could reduce smoking onset in the United States by 18% (by eliminating PG-13 MSE), an effect similar to making all parents maximally auth
Jul 9, 2012 Pediatrics
added Aug 2, 2012 13:40
New Study Estimates That Eighteen Percent Of Youth Smokers Would Never Have Started If Smoking Was Eliminated From PG-13 Movies
Legacy, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Heart Association, American Lung Association and more have strongly urged the movie industry to respond to this public health crisis by assigning an R rating to all movies with smoking.
Jul 9, 2012 PR Newswire
added Jul 10, 2012 14:44
Short-term exposure to smoking in cartoon and family-oriented movies had little immediate impact on beliefs about smoking in preadolescent children, but a significant cumulative impact on norms cannot be ruled out.
Jul 9, 2012 Pediatrics
added Jul 10, 2012 08:49