Headlines Tagged with Statistics/Database — 3,621 headlines found
Will's claim -- that smoking kills more people annually than in World War II or from other dangerous diseases and habits -- holds up with the CDC and the Census Bureau. As a result, we give Will a True.
Jun 18, 2009 PolitiFact (St. Petersburg (FL) Times
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May 25, 2010 Afriquenligne (fr)
added May 26, 2010 00:00
As a result of increased restrictions on smoking in public places, do you feel unjustly discriminated against as a smoker, or do you think the restrictions are justified?...how harmful do you feel secondhand smoke is to adults
Jan 21, 2015 Gallup Organization
added Jan 21, 2015 11:02
1-in-7 had ever used an electronic cigarette, or e-cigarette (15%), and this behaviour is especially characteristic of the youngest (26%), the least wealthy (24%), in the Atlantic provinces (21%) and Alberta (19%) and the least educated (secondary school
Dec 18, 2014 Forum Research (ca)
added Dec 24, 2014 07:03
Lebanon was the only Middle Eastern country where smoking rates for women were higher than 20% ... Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Oman were among the 10 countries with a population over 1 million that had the highest average daily cigarette consumption in 201
Jan 8, 2014 Gulf News (ae)
added Jan 8, 2014 07:36
Tobacco killed more than WW1 and WW2 together Whichever estimates you use, tobacco is responsible for more deaths than the greatest wars of the 20th century. Did tobacco kill more people than all the wars? This is where myth begins and reality ends.
Dec 18, 2013 The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 26, 2013 11:21
The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, enacted in June 2009, granted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate tobacco products. Currently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates cigarettes, cigarette toba
Mar 15, 2013 Altria Group, Inc.
added Mar 15, 2013 14:58
The Effect of the California Tobacco Control Program on Smoking Prevalence, Cigarette Consumption, and Healthcare Costs: 1989–2008
Conclusions/Significance Between FY 1989 and 2008 the California Tobacco Program cost $2.4 billion and led to cumulative NIPA healthcare expenditure savings of $134 (SE $30.5) billion.
Feb 13, 2013 PLoS (Public Library of Science)
added Feb 13, 2013 17:06
Camel was the first brand to become nationally popular. Coincidentally, Camels pioneered the now almost universal 20-cigarette pack. By 1919, with increasing advertising and product availability, cigarettes overtook pipe tobacco in the number of pounds co
Oct 24, 2015 U.S. Census Bureau
added Oct 25, 2015 19:44
Despite overall declines during 2011–2015, cigarette sales in 2015 grew for the first time in a decade. E-cigarette sales growth was positive, but slowed over the study period in assessed stores. Cigarette sales continued to exceed e-cigarette sales, rei
Mar 9, 2017 American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Mar 9, 2017 21:44