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producers are taking a page from the tobacco industry playbook: funding research at established universities that arrives at conclusions that counter concerns raised by critics.
Jul 23, 2012 Bloomberg News
added Jul 25, 2012 09:46
Bloomberg News story today revealed that several recent academic studies on fracking were ultimately funded by the gas drilling industry itself. These studies had the imprimaturs of respected public universities including Penn State, University of Texas a
Jul 23, 2012 EcoWatch
added Jul 25, 2012 09:42
Commons health select committee warns drinks firms to do more to tackle the damage to health that their products cause
Jul 19, 2012 The Guardian (uk)
added Jul 19, 2012 07:02
Note that the global mortality burden of physical inactivity is similar to that of cigarette smoking (>5.3 million deaths/year versus 5 million deaths/year).
Jul 17, 2012 MedPage Today
added Jul 18, 2012 11:07
[New Mexico] GOLDMAN: Their View: Global warming deniers same as those who argue tobacco is good for your health
Fact is, Representative Pearce is beginning to look like some North Carolina congressman still insisting that tobacco is harmless to smokers.
Jul 8, 2012 Silver City (NM) Sun-News
added Jul 8, 2012 13:14
, it seems awfully hard for people to find a job. Anyone who goes into science expecting employers to clamor for their services will be deeply disappointed.”
Jul 7, 2012 Washington Post
added Jul 7, 2012 23:05
Soda Marketers and Anti-Chemical Industry Groups Turn to Familiar Playbook
Jun 29, 2012 Advertising Age
added Jul 1, 2012 07:56
In the article below, public health advocate Charles Livingstone argues that Clubs Australia is borrowing heavily from the handbook of the tobacco industry’s resistance to regulation and reform.
Jun 20, 2012 Crikey (au)
added Jun 20, 2012 06:39
Acxiom, the Quiet Giant of Consumer Database Marketing . . . derived, the catalog says, “from actual purchases and self-reported surveys” — like . . . “Smoking/Tobacco.”
Jun 18, 2012 New York Times
added Jun 18, 2012 11:11
James Enstrom, a non-tenured researcher in the UCLA School of Public Health, has been involved in a series of administrative appeals in trying to keep the position he held for about 35 years. Now, with those UC avenues exhausted, he filed a lawsuit Wedne
Jun 14, 2012 Los Angeles Times blogs
added Jun 16, 2012 18:45