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[Canada] SMOKE FREE MOVIES FINAL OMNIBUS REPORT (PDF)

• Ontarians have greater awareness of the role of the tobacco industry and its influence on smoking in movies; respondents are significantly more likely to say that the tobacco industry has paid for product placement within movies as well as for actors
Ipsos
added Apr 19, 2016 14:04
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E-cigarettes are the most commonly used tobacco products among US teenagers - with millions using the devices

Overall tobacco use among middle and high school students has not changed since 2011. But, in that time the use of electronic devices has increased dramatically, health officials at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Given that mos
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 20, 2016 13:04
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GLANTZ: In Ontario Canada, support grows for smokefree movies and adult film rating (18A)

In results released 1 April 2016, Canadian tobacco control groups found 79 percent of Ontario adults wanted to end smoking in movies rated 14A or lower (similar to US PG-13 and lower in the US). Seventy-seven percent opposed the display of tobacco brand
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Apr 19, 2016 14:00
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SULLUM: The CDC Keeps Lying About Adolescent Vaping and Tobacco Use

Public health officials who see the rise of vaping as a sinister development, rather than an opportunity to dramatically reduce smoking-related disease and death, insist on calling e-cigarettes "tobacco products," even though they do not contain tobacco.
Reason Magazine
added Apr 18, 2016 22:44
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[New York] Ask Real Estate: Making a Building Smoke-Free

As for sales in your building, a smoking ban might actually help. Fewer than 14 percent of New Yorkers smoke, according to the Health Department. So most buyers are nonsmokers, and many are reluctant to make an offer on an apartment that smells like an a
New York Times
added Apr 16, 2016 23:40
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[Central America, Latin America] Marijuana Smoking on the Rise in Costa Rica High Schools

Cannabis has overtaken tobacco as one of the recreational substances of choice among high school students in Costa Rica. Such was the conclusion reached by the Institute on Liquor and Substance Abuse Research (Spanish acronym: IAFA) following its Fourth
Costa Rica Star (cr)
added Apr 18, 2016 21:34
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Cigars Still Burn Brightly in U.S. as Cigarettes Fizzle: Chart

But the U.S. still ranks high in cigar consumption, according to the most recent data from Euromonitor. Now, stogie smokers may be getting a break from Congress: Legislators are looking to exempt large and premium cigars from new Food and Drug Administrat
Bloomberg News
added Apr 15, 2016 20:39
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[Ohio] Results of tobacco free referendum withheld for further review

students also voted on a referendum on the possible tobacco-free campus policy. The full results, which have not been released, are currently under review by the USG Student Life Committee. A summary of the statistics on this referendum is expected to be
The Observer (Case Western Reserve University)
added Apr 15, 2016 12:04
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[North Carolina] Results revealed in Wrightsville Beach smoking ban study

“Large drop in the number of cigarette butts, we found but we still think it’s really important to enforce the ban and continue the awareness because it’ll help keep these levels down,” said Melick. Melick recommended town leaders put better signs at a
WWAY NewsChannel 3 (Wilmington, NC)
added Apr 15, 2016 12:11
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[UK-Scotland] Seeing e-cigarettes in shops may influence their use by teenagers

The cross-sectional collaborative study led by researchers from the University of Stirling, UK, which involved 3,808 Scottish adolescents, is the first to examine the relationship between adolescents' recollection of e-cigarette displays at point of sale
EurekAlert
added Apr 14, 2016 01:26
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