Headlines Tagged with New Hampshire — 1,301 headlines found
It asks residents, "If you wrote a letter to yourself about quitting, what would it say?" Those who see or hear the statewide campaign will be encouraged to write a letter to themselves with their personal reasons to quit tobacco. They also can film the
Jan 17, 2015 AP - Associated Press
added Jan 17, 2015 20:10
ased a little more than 1 percent, rising to 12.9 percent in 2014 from 11.9 percent the year before, according to the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services. Max Sullivan photoStatistics show tobacco sales to youth increased a little more than 1 per
Jan 11, 2015 Portsmouth (NH) Herald
added Jan 11, 2015 02:35
University of New Hampshire Health Services staffers hope that a $180,000 grant from the State of New Hampshire Tobacco Prevention and Control Program will help users on campus kick the tobacco habit.
Dec 2, 2014 Foster's Democrat
added Dec 2, 2014 06:25
Federal Cigar teamed up with Carlos Fuente Jr., producer of the Arturo Fuente cigar line, to raise more than $100,000 to support education, healthcare and job creation since 2006, the local store announced.
Oct 21, 2014 Portsmouth (NH) Herald
added Oct 22, 2014 19:18
Cigarette butts are a common headache for many beach businesses, as well as Hampton and state officials. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent each year cleaning the beaches and sidewalks for stray cigarettes, although the complaints still roll
Jul 6, 2014 Portsmouth (NH) Herald
added Jul 6, 2014 21:51
. The state collected $2.27 billion in general fund revenue in 2013, but that includes $47 million from a tobacco company settlement and
Jul 3, 2014 Manchester (NH) Union-Leader
added Jul 3, 2014 12:51
But too little is known about their addictive qualities and effects on health for them to remain unregulated until the scientific evidence is clearer.
Apr 27, 2014 Keene (NH) Sentinel
added Apr 30, 2014 16:29
Listen 54:40 GUESTS: Dr. Jose Montero - director of Public Health at the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services / Dr. Michael Siegel – professor of community health sciences at the Boston University School of Public Health.
Mar 18, 2014 New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR)
added Mar 20, 2014 09:52
How the ban would be implemented and enforced, though, were questions Santagate had for City Council members on Wednesday, he said.
Mar 17, 2014 Manchester (NH) Union-Leader
added Mar 18, 2014 00:11
It is an unregulated industry, and there has been little research on the health effects. Just about anybody can mix and sell the flavored “e-juices” that are heated and turned into vapor, raising concerns about the chemicals that could enter a user’s lu
Mar 15, 2014 Concord (NH) Monitor
added Mar 16, 2014 23:39