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Staggering 85% of Australians believe marijuana SHOULD be legalised as top psychologist warns 14-year-olds are more likely to smoke cannabis than tobacco

'In Australia at the moment, 14-year-olds are more likely to smoke cannabis than tobacco and that's because we have been putting out all these health warnings and information campaigns.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 6, 2014 13:16

Many young adults think e-cigarettes safer to smoke

Researchers surveyed 3,253 adults in 2013. Of the 88 percent who completed the survey, 8 percent were aged 18 to 24, and 22 percent of those were parents. Of the young parents, 13 percent said they'd tried e-cigarettes, 6 percent within the last month.
Pacific Daily News (gu)
added Oct 6, 2014 16:47

Cigarette Smoking Trends Among U.S. Working Adult by Industry and Occupation: Findings From the 2004–2012 National Health Interview Survey

smoking prevalence declined in the majority of industry and occupation groups. The decline rate varied by industry and occupation groups. Projections suggest that certain groups may not reach the 2020 Healthy People goal. Consequently, smoking cessation,
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 4, 2014 21:00

[Asia, Thailand] Anti-smoking drive aimed at workers

Almost 90% of low-income workers dealt with by a people's rights association tend to smoke, struggle with debt and have a low quality of life, a study has shown. Arunee Sito, head of a Samut Prakan-based association to promote people's rights and a coor
Bangkok Post (th)
added Oct 3, 2014 22:20

[Australia] Tobacco should be harder to buy, Quit Victoria study finds

Almost three quarters of Victorians believe it should be harder to buy tobacco, a study says. Cancer Council Victoria surveyed adults about reducing the accessibility of cigarettes last year.
Sydney Morning Herald (au)
added Oct 3, 2014 01:36

The prevalence of brand switching among adult smokers in the USA, 2006–2011: findings from the ITC US surveys

Nearly half of smokers in the USA switched their cigarette brand or brand style within a year. Switching between brands may be more price motivated, while switching within brands may be motivated by price and other brand characteristics such as product le
Tobacco Control
added Sep 27, 2014 13:50

Nonsmokers' responses to new warning labels on smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes: an experimental study

Regulatory agencies should not allow "lower risk"warning labels, which have similar effects to the "FDA Approved"label, which is prohibited, and should consider implementing graphic warning labels for smokeless tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
7thSpace Interactive (portal)
added Sep 27, 2014 14:54

Trend for trying e-cigarettes may be leveling off

The study's conclusions seem to parallel a modest decline in e-cigarette sales during the same period that have been noted in analyst reports. The findings come from an annual survey of thousands of adults. It has been the CDC's only source on e-cigarett
AP - Associated Press
added Sep 25, 2014 11:48

Most of cafes and restaurants in Russia observe smoking ban — Consumers International

The monitoring demonstrated that as many as 93.7% of cafes and restaurants subject to inspections observed the anti-smoking ban. In the remaining 6.3% of public catering establishments, the ban had been violated due to both the owner’s fault and the lack
added Sep 23, 2014 19:07

[Latin America, South America/Caribbean] Tobacco consumption declines moderately in Peru

Euromonitor International released a comprehensive report finding that volume sales of cigarettes in Peru declined moderately in 2013, an scenario explained by three main factors. Firstly, improved enforcement of the Peruvian law determined that consume
Andina (Peru News Agency) (pe)
added Sep 21, 2014 23:52
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