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Where are all those “cancer sticks” produced? Pinpointing the factories

Six trillion cigarettes every year...Where do they all come from? Where are they manufactured? Where are they rolled, wrapped, and boxed for shipment? The Cigarette Citadels project was created to explore these and other questions about the tobacco ind
Stanford University Global Tobacco Prevention Research Initiative
added Apr 11, 2015 20:07

AF's updated policy further promotes tobacco-free environments

Now, an updated Air Force instruction, published in March, seeks to further reduce health impacts from smoking, the nation's leading cause of death. "The Air Force is committed to promoting Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF), and tobacco free living is a
U.S. Air Force
added Apr 1, 2015 18:04

Cambodian gov't approves draft law on tobacco control

"The draft law, compiled by the Ministry of Health, is aimed to determine measures to control tobacco-made products and to reduce impacts on health, economy, society and environment," the statement said, adding that the draft law comprised 13 chapters wi
Xinhua Newswire
added Dec 5, 2014 15:32

[Canada] Anti-smoking warnings getting a cold shoulder

Young adults are brushing off warnings that smoking will kill them, choosing instead to light up in social settings. This is helping to stall the decline in Canada's smoking rate, a new University of Waterloo report suggests. Researchers argue Canada mu
Kitchener-Waterloo (ONT) Record (ca)
added Jan 31, 2014 00:03

[Canada] E-cigarettes take social scene by storm; pose headaches for regulators

Some proponents of e-cigarettes contest that assertion, suggesting e-cigarette juice containing nicotine is governed by the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations of 2001. Health Canada disagrees. "That is wrong," one of the officials declares. "
Canadian Press
added Dec 24, 2013 01:01

ROSS: Why Smoking Can Be Good For You | Marvin Ross

It is a terrible shame that many of those in charge of public smoking policy tend to be what Toronto Star columnist, Rosie Dimanno called Nico-Nazis.
Huffington Post (blog)
added Dec 16, 2013 22:21

Tobacco settlement coughs up $4M to fight smoking in Oregon

Oregon is getting a $4 million boost from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement to fight youth smoking, the first time funds from the settlement are actually being used in the state to fight tobacco use.
The Business Journal Portland (OR)
added Sep 10, 2013 13:16

[Australia and Oceania, Solomon Islands] Anger over Tobacco Regulation

Grievances have escalated between the Tobacco Regulation task forces with stake holders around consultation table to finalise the final regulation on the Tobacco ahead of its enforcement next month.
Solomon Star Newspaper (sb)
added Apr 17, 2013 13:26

[Europe] Borg adopts Dalli's Tobacco Products Directive

Newly-appointed European Commissioner Tonio Borg forwards his predecessor’s controversial Tobacco Products Directive to the Commissioner’s College.
Malta Today (mt)
added Dec 2, 2012 23:55

[Minnesota] Freaky coaster ad targets MN youth smoking ...

The grizzled gravedigger in a prior quit-smoking ad by ClearWay Minnesota is back, this time in a freaky roller-coaster ad designed to scare kids and teens about the addictive dangers of smoking. The ad hits the airwaves today.
Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune
added Nov 12, 2012 17:10
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