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Movie Language Orientation, Gender, Movie Smoking Exposure, and Smoking Susceptibility among Youth in Mexico

Consistent with research on the influence of U.S. culture on the smoking of Mexican-heritage youth in the U.S., findings suggest that orientation toward English-language movies may put youth in Mexico at risk for smoking initiation. Findings extend exist
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 26, 2017 23:36
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The Weekly Health Quiz: Carbs, Cancer Screening and Rhabdo

{CDC] estimates that taking smoking out of films rated for children would: Improve air quality on film sets • Save a thousand lives • Save a million lives • Make no difference / The C.D.C.’s fact sheet on smoking in the movies estimates that it would sa
New York Times
added Jul 21, 2017 23:22
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7 Facts About Nicotine Free Herbal Cigarettes

popular because they promote a “healthier” alternative to regular cigarettes, and they come in many appealing flavors such as vanilla, cherry, etc.... One should be aware that just because they’re nicotine free doesn’t mean they are healthy...you should a
Insider Monkey
added Jul 21, 2017 17:50
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PORTER: A dirty little secret: Cig companies pay to place their products in movies

She’d read a script and look for moments when, say, a character would...to see how much they’d pay... It works that way with Mountain Dew, Apple laptops, Corvettes, and Marlboros or Pall Malls. The Times’ story notes “the increase was especially large am
Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner
added Jul 21, 2017 16:00
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Hollywood Images: Is Tobacco Use Back In The Picture?

“Unless the film industry acts to keep smoking out of youth-rated movies, millions more will be influenced to smoke, resulting in tobacco-induced cancers, heart and lung disease, or stroke,” said Dr. Fernando Stein, president of the American Academy of P
WABE 90.1 FM - Public Broadcasting Atlanta
added Jul 21, 2017 15:54
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[Japan] A Story of Tobacco

In front of a girl with the traditional Japanese hairstyle, a small man on a desk says, "women descended from tobacco." The girl laughs at him and traps him under a glass. The angry man puffs on a cigarette in a pipe and blows smoke at the girl. The girl
National Film Center, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (NFC). (jp)
added Jul 21, 2017 05:00
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Le CiNéMa Club Presents Its Movie of the Week. What?

The 1926 “A Story of Tobacco,” directed by Noburo Ofuji (whose memorial museum is the subject of part of the website), is a fantastical fable that mixes live action and animation in a fashion not dissimilar to what the American animator Max Fleischer wa
New York Times
added Jul 21, 2017 04:53
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Review: ‘The Midwife’ Is Unflappable, Until the Past Blows In

Béatrice reaches out to Claire for the standard-issue movie melodrama reason: She’s gravely ill (with a brain tumor) and is afraid of dying alone. Yet she won’t alter her behavior, which includes a lot of smoking and drinking
New York Times
added Jul 21, 2017 04:50
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Should Movies Showing People Smoking Be Rated-R?

Gildemeister, head of research operations for the Parents Television Council... said that although it's "laudable" that people and filmmakers are concerned about the negative influence that tobacco use in movies has on children, it seems as though there i
Christian Post
added Jul 20, 2017 16:50
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Why Smoking in Films Harms Children

“Keeping smoking onscreen is like putting arsenic in the popcorn,” Dr. Glantz said. The new study “shows they’ve taken half of the arsenic out,” he said. “Now they need to take the rest out.”
New York Times
added Jul 17, 2017 13:56
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