Headlines Tagged with TFK International — 2,857 headlines found
Miguel Karam, researcher and professor at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM), stated that smoking “In average the age to start smoking is 12 years old, we are not talking about youth, we are talking about children,” stressed the acad
Dec 4, 2012 Yucatan Times (mx)
added Dec 4, 2012 12:50
As of Dec. 1, all cigarettes in Australia must be sold in the uniform packs, with the brand name relegated to the bottom quarter of the package on a drab brown background. The changeover from branded cigarette packs to plain packaging began in October. E
Dec 2, 2012 Bloomberg News
added Dec 2, 2012 23:53
Dec 1, 2012, is a landmark day for the Australian Government. It marks the first day that all cigarettes in Australia must be sold in plain packaging—a substantial blow to tobacco companies and a shining example of a health policy that could spread to co
Nov 30, 2012 The Lancet (uk)
added Nov 30, 2012 09:38
Nafsiah Mboi, the country’s health minister has said that the government will soon become party to the Convention. We urge her to move speedily on her promise.
Nov 29, 2012 Jakarta Globe (id)
added Nov 29, 2012 13:46
Health Minister Tanya Plibersek is demanding two industry giants - Imperial Tobacco and British American Tobacco (BAT) - remove ringed watermarking from their cigarette paper that appear to make them look more sophisticated.
Nov 29, 2012 The Australian (au)
added Nov 29, 2012 13:36
People who smoke over the age of 50 are more likely to suffer forgetfulness, poor organisation and slower thinking, according to new research.
Nov 26, 2012 Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Nov 26, 2012 17:38
[Sri Lanka] Decision to include pictorial health warnings on cigarette packets: Thumbs up from several organisations
Several organisations in the forefront of the anti-tobacco campaign in the country, yesterday welcomed the Health Ministry decision to include pictorial health warnings on cigarette packets.
Nov 26, 2012 Daily News (lk)
added Nov 25, 2012 17:21
Tobacco consumers may end up on hospital beds, spending savings of their lifetime on treatment of cancer and causing trauma of the worst kind to their kin, writes Banjot Kaur Bhatia after meeting a few of them.
Nov 23, 2012 Times of India
added Nov 23, 2012 15:02
A new treaty promotes international efforts to address the economic and public health effects of the tobacco black market.
Nov 23, 2012 Southeast European Times
added Nov 23, 2012 11:33
The tobacco industry usually argues that these accommodations are needed because smoke-free laws hurt business. In reality, and contrary to industry arguments, bars and restaurants have thrived in smoke-free countries and cities across the world
Nov 23, 2012 Health-E (za)
added Nov 23, 2012 11:23