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[UK] Chain-smoking Coronation Street legend Julie Goodyear 'once turned down I'm A Celeb because she couldn't light up' on 23-hour flight to Australia

She gained the nickname 'The Chimney Pot' during her stint on Celebrity Big Brother in 2012 due to her smoking 100 cigarettes a day. And now former Corrie legend Julie Goodyear's lifelong habit seems to have stopped her from appearing on I'm A Celebrity
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 8, 2017 16:38
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Reynolds, Altria to run 'self-critical' ads about smoking risks

The Journal said that one of the advertisements will read “Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive" while another will say that "More people die every year from smoking
Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
added Oct 5, 2017 12:24
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[Oklahoma] After 11 Years, Tobacco Companies to Start Running Corrective Statements

Besides TV networks, cigarette packaging and major newspapers, the ads will appear in the Oklahoma City–based Black Chronicle. "Part of that settlement agreement was they had to make these confessions in predominately black newspapers, because we know t
Public Radio Tulsa (Public Radio 89.5 KWGS and Classical 88.7 KWTU)
added Oct 5, 2017 12:56
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Big Tobacco's New U.S. Ads Will Be Critical of Smoking -- WSJ

The television spots, between 30 and 45 seconds long, will run in prime time five days a week for 52 weeks, and will appear mostly on ABC, CBS or NBC, Altria said. They won't have the graphic images of a typical antismoking public service announcement. I
Dow Jones Newswires
added Oct 4, 2017 12:12
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Tobacco ads are back, sort of

These will display court-mandated text , with copy including: “Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive” and “More people die every year from smoking than from murder,
World Advertising Research Center (WARC) (uk)
added Oct 4, 2017 00:29
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[North Carolina] Cigarette-makers to run corrective ads on smoking dangers starting in November

Reynolds spokesman David Howard said Reynolds remains the entity obligated to the court order even though it is now the U.S. subsidiary of British American Tobacco Plc. "R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., along with the other parties, including the U.S. Departm
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Oct 4, 2017 00:25
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USA v PHILIP MORRIS, et. al. #6223-6: (Proposed) ORDER # ___ -Remand SECOND SUPERSEDING CONSENT ORDER IMPLEMENTING THE CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS REMEDY FOR NEWSPAPERS AND TELEVISION

A. Adverse Health Effects of Smoking A Federal Court has ordered Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA1 to make this statement about the health effects of smoking. • Smoking kills, on average, 1,200 Americans. Every day. • Mor
Tobacco On Trial
added Oct 3, 2017 16:57
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[UK] EastEnders' Laila Morse backs Stoptober as she reveals health scare that made her quit smoking for good

tried “about 12 times”. None of it worked...“I went for a cholesterol test. When I went back to get the results, the doctor said, ‘Your cholesterol’s really high....“‘It’s 12, you’re on the point of having a stroke or a heart attack’. Well, it frightened
Daily Record and Sunday Mail (uk)
added Oct 3, 2017 16:49
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Big Tobacco to Spend Millions on Self-Critical Ads in U.S. ($$)

Broadcast television networks and metro newspapers are about to get a boost from an unexpected but familiar source: Big Tobacco. It’s an old media buy to resolve an old fight. Starting as soon as next month, Altria Group Inc. and British American Tobacc
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Oct 3, 2017 13:17
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Big Tobacco to Spend Millions on Self-Critical Ads in U.S.

Starting as soon as next month, Altria Group Inc. and British American Tobacco PLC will begin running court-mandated ads..."Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive," one
Dow Jones Newswires
added Oct 3, 2017 12:59
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