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            "subhead": "James A. Swomley (Jim), who served as managing director of the American Lung Association from 1980-90, died Monday, April 5, 2021 in Bloomfield, Connecticut, at the age of 92",
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            "headlineText": "SFD: \u2018smoking materials\u2019 on a balcony caused Little Lotts fire",
            "subhead": "No evidence of malicious intent in any of 4 recent fires",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Investigators have determined that the March 29 fire that displaced 20 families at Little Lotts Creek Apartments was caused by improper disposal of smoking materials on a balcony",
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            "headlineText": "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Casino should prohibit smoking",
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            "summary": "I think more folks should realize how much damage working in a smoky environment can be on your overall health. With this being a brand new casino, I am shocked that they plan on opening this year and allow smoking inside! You would think an outdoor patio would have been built with the emphasis on health this year due to COVID-19.\r\n\r\nI hope come May, that the new Gary casino decides to open smoke-free. How awful it must be for hospitality workers to deal with secondhand smoke!",
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            "id": 503892,
            "headlineText": "Residents in Schenectady ponder marijuana law\u2019s effect on public use",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Whitman was asked when she noticed the shift to public pot use as a societal norm.\r\n\u201cI started going around people slowly and started smoking slowly,\u201d said Whitman, who indicated she likely won\u2019t buy from retail stores when they\u2019re up and running because of the expense \u2014 a 9 percent state sales tax, 4 percent county and local tax, and an additional tax based on the level of THC.\r\n\u201cI started realizing not many people cared,\u201d Whitman said.\r\nBut, as Whitman notes, there are many who do care. And they said a bad situation only stands to get worse under the new law.",
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            "id": 503891,
            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: What Works in Tobacco Control? Making the Case for Something Old and Something New [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Studies in this month\u2019s issue of Nicotine and Tobacco Research demonstrate the significant role that electronic nicotine delivery systems may have to play in future tobacco control efforts, but that they remain only part of the solution in reducing the health and economic burden of combustible tobacco use.\r\n. . . \r\n\r\n Although the continued implementation of conventional tobacco control policies such as above-inflation tobacco tax increases is important, there is also a need for novel interventions to further reduce smoking prevalence. Muramoto et al. present the encouraging findings of a feasibility study of a relapse prevention intervention, which trains individuals who have recently quit smoking to help others to stop smoking.6 Although a more robust study design is needed to provide evidence as to the effect of \u201cHelpers Stay Quit,\u201d the study suggests that there is scope for novel approaches that can complement existing strategies and help to increase the long-term success of smoking cessation interventions.",
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            "headlineText": "Effectiveness of Electronic Cigarettes in Smoking Cessation: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nOur results suggest that nicotine ECs may be more effective in smoking cessation when compared with placebo ECs or NRT. When compared with counseling alone, nicotine ECs are more effective short term, but its effectiveness appears to diminish with later follow-ups. Given the small number of studies, heterogeneous design, and the overall moderate to low quality of evidence, it is not possible to offer clear recommendations.\r\n\r\nImplications\r\nThe results of this study do not allow for a conclusive argument.",
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            "headlineText": "The impact of COVID-19 on smoking patterns in Pakistan: findings from a longitudinal survey of smokers [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Although many people stopped, reduced, or tried quitting smoking, some increased smoking and some relapsed after quitting.\r\n\r\nImplications\r\nWe observed significant and complex changes in people\u2019s smoking patterns, which are likely to be attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic and replicated in similar events in the future. Assessing these changes is essential for most low- and middle-income countries like Pakistan, where the vast majority of tobacco users live, but cessation support is still rudimentary. If provided routinely, smoking cessation interventions can potentially support millions of highly motivated individuals in quitting successfully both in general and in global events like COVID-19, in particular.",
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        "503888": {
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            "headlineText": "Analysis Points to Important Research Gaps About the Impact of E-cigarettes [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The impact of e-cigarettes on the population rate of smoking cessation depends on three unknowns: the relative effectiveness of e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation method, the fraction of smokers who use e-cigarettes when they attempt to quit, and the fraction of all smokers who attempt to quit each year. Although randomized clinical trials provide evidence on the relative effectiveness of e-cigarettes for smoking cessation, the other two unknowns involve consumer behavior in e-cigarette markets.\r\n\r\nThe current impact and future potential of e-cigarettes on smoking cessation depend on how consumers behave, compared with the counterfactual scenario where e-cigarettes are not available. Because e-cigarettes entered US markets around 2007, data from that decade approximate the counterfactual.",
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            "headlineText": "TOC: Volume 23, Issue 4, April 2021, Pages 623\u2013777",
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        "503886": {
            "id": 503886,
            "headlineText": "Louis Tomlinson drives fans wild as he returns to Instagram for the first time in FOUR MONTHS to share arty black-and-white snaps",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The singer, 29, who shot to stardom with One Direction on the X Factor, cut a low-key figure in tracksuit bottoms and a jacket as he smoked a cigarette and strummed his guitar",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/tvshowbiz\/article-9456887\/Louis-Tomlinson-cuts-relaxed-figure-puffs-cigarette-strums-guitar-arty-snaps.html",
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            "id": 503885,
            "headlineText": "EXCLUSIVE: Businessman, 51, who legally smoked marijuana in Las Vegas before flying to Dubai is arrested after doctors found traces of it in his system when he had to go to the hospital - and now he faces three years behind bars",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "He is a retired game designer and lives in Las Vegas, where marijuana is legal\r\n\r\nOnce in Dubai, Clark developed pancreatitis\u00a0and had to go to the hospital\u00a0\r\n\r\nThat is where doctors ran blood tests and found traces of marijuana\u00a0\r\n\r\nThey reported him to the police, he was arrested and is now on a no-fly-list",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/news\/article-9457199\/Nevada-man-51-arrested-Dubai-smoking-marijuana-legally-America-days-arrived.html",
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            "subhead": "Peter Clark was arrested after traces of the drug showed up in his system when he was admitted to hospital for emergency treatment.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-11T16:02:59+00:00",
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        "503884": {
            "id": 503884,
            "headlineText": "Prevalence of heated tobacco product use in Japan: the 2020 JASTIS study",
            "sourceDate": "2021-03-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions HTP use remained prevalent in Japan. One in three current cigarette smokers used HTPs regardless of whether they were interested inquitting smoking. Continuedsurveillance is important to inform national and global tobaccocontrol strategies.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2021\/03\/10\/tobaccocontrol-2020-056257?rss=1",
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        "503882": {
            "id": 503882,
            "headlineText": "Age as a predictor of quit attempts and quit success in smoking cessation: findings from the International Tobacco Control Four\u2010Country survey (2002\u201314)",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nAn international cohort study indicates that young smokers are more likely to attempt to quit and appear to have similar levels of success in abstaining from smoking compared with older smokers when controlling for dependence. Quit success in all ages is most predicted by lower levels of nicotine dependence.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/onlinelibrary.wiley.com\/doi\/abs\/10.1111\/add.15454",
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            "headlineText": "Trends and Patterns of Tobacco and Nicotine Product Use Among Youth in Canada, England, and the United States From 2017 to 2019",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-07T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nYouth past 30-day tobacco and nicotine product use increased from 2017 to 2019 in Canada and the United States, largely due to increases in vaping and other non-combusted products. \u201cOther\u201d tobacco\/nicotine products were used predominantly by youth who smoked cigarettes and\/or vaped.",
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            "id": 503879,
            "headlineText": "Prevalence and correlates of lifetime e-cigarette use among adolescents attending public school in a low income community in the US",
            "sourceDate": "2021-03-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions: Adolescents from marginalized communities are susceptible to and are using e-cigarettes. Prevention efforts targeting underserved areas may benefit from e-cigarette health education messages that reduce curiosity, interrupt social aspects of initiation, and emphasize health harms.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/itcproject.org\/findings\/papers\/prevalence-and-correlates-of-lifetime-e-cigarette-use-among-adolescents-attending-public-school-in-a-low-income-community-in-the-us\/",
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-11T15:34:45+00:00",
            "subhead": "Methods: Students in grades 7, 9, and 11 from a Title I school district in the northeastern US completed an online survey during a class period. . . . Most students were of Latino ethnicity (66%), and 36% identified as Black\/African American.",
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        "503876": {
            "id": 503876,
            "headlineText": "COVID casts a shadow on FCV tobacco auctions",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The talk of an imminent second wave of COVID-19 has cast its shadow on the auctions of the Flue Cured Virginia (FCV) tobacco.\r\n\r\nMajor industry players have been shying away from the auctions that have begun on a sedate note in the second week of March.",
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            "subhead": "Major industry players shying away citing lack of quality and uncertain exports",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-11T15:30:01+00:00",
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        "503874": {
            "id": 503874,
            "headlineText": "Smoking: A Chronic Kidney Disease Accelerant",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Kidney disease is a non-communicable disease (NCD) and currently affects around 850 million people worldwide. One in ten adults has Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).",
            "finalUrl": "http:\/\/risingkashmir.com\/index.php\/home\/news_description\/374788\/Smoking-A-Chronic-Kidney-Disease-Accelerant",
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            "id": 503873,
            "headlineText": "Paan shops in Ahmedabad to stay shut over weekends",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Many paan shops across the city will stay shut over the weekends till April 30. The decision was taken by the Gujarat Paan Masala Shop Owners\u2019 Association, late on Friday, due to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in the city.\r\n\r\n The city reported 1,296 fresh cases of Covid-19 on Friday. \r\n\r\n\u201cTo ensure that people don\u2019t crowd near shops and establishments, we\u2019ve decided to keep our shops shut over the weekends throughout April,\u201d said Sanjay Joshi, president, Gujarat Paan Masala Shop Owners\u2019 Association.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/timesofindia.indiatimes.com\/city\/ahmedabad\/paan-shops-to-stay-shut-over-weekends\/articleshow\/81995404.cms",
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            "headlineText": "Govt urged to raise taxes on tobacco by 30pc",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Leading health experts citing facts from a World Health Organization (WHO) report on rising tobacco consumption in Pakistan has urged the government to raise taxes on tobacco at least by 30 percent to restraint tobacco consumption among youth in the country. \r\n\r\nIn this regard, Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPARC) held a press conference here on Friday at National Press Club, titled, \u201cSaving Youth by Increasing Taxes on Tobacco\u201d and demanded of the government to ensure control on tobacco by raising taxes in Fiscal Year 2021-22 on tobacco by 30 percent at least.",
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            "id": 503869,
            "headlineText": "How to Avoid the Most Common Vaping Errors",
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            "summary": "Switching from smoking to vaping is a major life decision, and it\u2019s made even more important by the fact that you really want to enjoy it. After all, there\u2019s probably a good chance that you actually enjoy smoking. If you didn\u2019t enjoy it, you\u2019d find it significantly easier to quit. Vaping, meanwhile, is something that [\u2026]",
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        "503868": {
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            "headlineText": "ARCHIVE: Heavy smoker John Boehner joins tobacco company's board",
            "subhead": "No need to shed a tear over John Boehner's departure from politics. The noted smoker is joining the board of tobacco company Reynolds American.",
            "sourceDate": "2016-09-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Reynolds American revealed the high-profile addition to its board in a statement on Thursday. The No. 2 U.S. tobacco company said Boehner will join the board immediately and serve on its corporate governance, nominating and sustainability committee. . . . \r\nBoehner is a longtime heavy smoker. Paul Ryan, his replacement as House Speaker, even told The New York Times that in meetings he tried to sit as far away from Boehner as possible.\r\n\r\n\"I just hate getting that smell in my clothes,\" Ryan said.",
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-10T18:06:26+00:00",
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            "id": 503867,
            "headlineText": "Boris Johnson keeps runs through central London with dog Dilyn",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Matt Hancock yesterday said . . . .  'healthy life is unevenly distributed across the country' and issues around food, obesity, smoking, air pollution and the chances of children should be tackled.\r\n\r\nHe said: 'We know that smoking is the single biggest preventable killer in this country, and that the disparities in smoking rates are still far too wide.\r\n\r\n'The estimate is that around half the gap in healthy life expectancy can be explained and therefore resolved by differences in the smoking rates.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/news\/article-9456777\/Boris-Johnson-keeps-runs-central-London-dog-Dilyn.html",
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-10T17:52:57+00:00",
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        "503866": {
            "id": 503866,
            "headlineText": "Self-reported quit aids and assistance used by smokers at their most recent quit attempt: Findings from the 2020 International Tobacco Control Four Country Smoking and Vaping Survey",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nIt appears that many smokers are still trying to quit unassisted, rather than utilizing cessation aids or other forms of assistance. Of those who did use assistance, NRT and NVPs were the most common method, which appears to suggest that nicotine substitution is important for smokers when trying to quit smoking.",
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-10T17:48:47+00:00",
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            "id": 503865,
            "headlineText": "Harm reduction associated with dual use of cigarettes and e-cigarettes in Black and Latino smokers: Secondary analyses from a randomized controlled e-cigarette switching trial",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nThe predominant dual use pattern was characterized by regular e-cigarette and intermittent cigarette use. Findings demonstrate the short-term harm reduction potential of this dual use pattern in Black and Latino smokers and suggest that the greatest benefit, aside from cessation of both products, is achieved by higher substitution of e-cigarettes for cigarettes.",
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            "id": 503864,
            "headlineText": "Impact of smoking behavior on survival following allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation - smoking cessation matters",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "smoking history per se, life-time cigarette dose, and continued smoking, were significantly associated with increased all-cause mortality and reduced event-free survival.\r\n\r\nImplications\r\nContinued and past smoking represent established risk factors for malignant and non-malignant diseases, however, they are also a strong risk factor for a poor outcome after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for hematologic diseases. Our study shows that the hazard ratio for death after such a transplantation is doubled if patients continue smoking and even if they have quit smoking, their risk remains significantly elevated. This suggests that the smoking history provides important predictive factors for outcome of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and that smoking cessation should be implemented in the treatment of hematologic diseases as early as possible.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/academic.oup.com\/ntr\/advance-article-abstract\/doi\/10.1093\/ntr\/ntab070\/6219876?redirectedFrom=fulltext",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 9588,
            "subhead": "There are only few data on the impact of smoking and smoking cessation on outcome of patients treated with allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, a well established therapy for hematologic malignancies.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-10T17:45:36+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503863": {
            "id": 503863,
            "headlineText": "Tobacco-Free Kids Welcomes CDC Statement Declaring Racism a Serious Public Health Threat",
            "subhead": "Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "While racial and ethnic health inequities take many forms and have many causes, we know that one major cause is tobacco use and the tobacco industry\u2019s decades-long, predatory marketing of menthol cigarettes and other tobacco products to Black Americans and other communities of color. The scientific evidence shows that menthol cigarettes are more addictive, easier for kids to start using and harder for smokers to quit.The tobacco industry\u2019s targeted marketing has had a devastating impact.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.tobaccofreekids.org\/press-releases\/2021_04_09_cdc-racism-statement",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 9058,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-10T17:39:08+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503862": {
            "id": 503862,
            "headlineText": "Mangaluru: MSNIM organises talk on \u2018Ill Effects of Consumption of Tobacco Products\u2019",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Manel Srinivas Nayak Institute of Management (MSNIM) organised a talk on \u2018Ill Effects of Consumption of Tobacco Products\u2019 at its campus at Bondel, Mangaluru on Wednesday, March 24 as a part of its \u2018MSN Health Series\u2019. Dr Hanumantharayappa, district consultant NTCP, health and family welfare department, zilla panchayat, Kottara, Mangaluru was the chief guest and resource person.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.daijiworld.com\/news\/newsDisplay?newsID=822301",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 17407,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T23:00:51+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503861": {
            "id": 503861,
            "headlineText": "Uncontrolled hypertension among tobacco-users: women of prime childbearing age at risk in India",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Background Uncontrolled hypertension and tobacco use are two major public health issues that have implications for reproductive outcomes. This paper examines the association between tobacco-use status and uncontrolled hypertension among prime childbearing age (20\u201335) women in India. Methods We used the India National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) 2015\u20132016 to obtain data on hypertension status and tobacco use for 356,853 women aged 20\u201335. We estimated multivariate logistic regressions to obtain the adjusted odds ratio for tobacco users in favor of having uncontrolled hypertension. We examined the adjusted odds at different wealth index quintiles, at different educational attainment, and at different level of nutritional status measured by body mass index. Results We found that the odds of having uncontrolled hypertension for the tobacco user women in India was 1.1 (95% CI: 1.01\u20131.19) times that of tobacco non-users at prime childbearing age. The odds were higher for tobacco-users at the poorest quintile (1.27, 95% CI: 1.14\u20131.42) and with no education (1.22, 95% CI: 1.10\u20131.34). The odds were also higher for tobacco-users who were overweight (1.88, 95% CI: 1.57\u20132.29) or obese (2.82, 95% CI: 1.88\u20134.24). Conclusions Our findings highlight the disproportionate dual risk of uncontrolled hypertension and tobacco use among lower-income women of prime childbearing age, identifying an opportunity for coordinated tobacco control and hypertension prevention initiatives to ensure better health of reproductive-age women in India.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/bmcwomenshealth.biomedcentral.com\/articles\/10.1186\/s12905-021-01280-x",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 13128,
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T22:59:07+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503859": {
            "id": 503859,
            "headlineText": "Parental smoking intervention cost effective in pediatric primary care setting",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A parental smoking intervention was effective and “inexpensive” to implement in pediatric primary care practices, with costs per quit that were comparable to other interventions, according to researchers.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.healio.com\/news\/primary-care\/20210409\/parental-smoking-intervention-cost-effective-in-pediatric-primary-care-setting",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 21360,
            "rating": 3,
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T22:55:25+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503858": {
            "id": 503858,
            "headlineText": "Pennington County state's attorney not prosecuting minor marijuana possession cases for now",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "If you\u2019re caught smoking a joint in Rapid City, you won\u2019t face criminal charges \u2014 for now.\r\n\r\nThe Pennington County State\u2019s Attorney Office hasn\u2019t been prosecuting cases involving circumstances that are legal under Amendment A, which was approved by 54% of South Dakota and 59% of county voters in November.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/rapidcityjournal.com\/news\/local\/crime-and-courts\/pennington-county-states-attorney-not-prosecuting-minor-marijuana-possession-cases-for-now\/article_ee41b309-372f-57d7-a4db-36d91cb8b3ca.html",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 1281,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T22:53:00+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503857": {
            "id": 503857,
            "headlineText": "New Tobacco Regulations Prohibits Smoking, Vaping In Public; Restricts Sales",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Beginning June 1, smoking and vaping in Falmouth will be further restricted in where and what tobacco products can be sold and by prohibiting smoking and vaping in workplaces and public places, including parks, town beaches and public streets.\r\n\r\nThe board of health on March 15 voted for the revamped regulations that also include capping the number of tobacco retail permits in town at 35. The regulations state the intent is to gradually reduce the number of tobacco product sales permits in town by denying a permit holder a renewed license if it does not reapply within 60 days of the permit expiration.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.capenews.net\/falmouth\/news\/new-tobacco-regulations-prohibits-smoking-vaping-in-public-restricts-sales\/article_d36d8018-f6b3-5bca-9d11-e2735cd771de.html",
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:47:53+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503856": {
            "id": 503856,
            "headlineText": "CAPPA, Kannywood make case for smoke-free movies",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A non-governmental organisation, Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa, CAPPA, and the Kannywood movie producers have made a strong case for a partnership between tobacco control advocates and movie stakeholders in northern Nigeria to checkmate the menace of smoking scenes portrayed glamorously in movies.\r\nBoth organisations made the call at a briefing in Abuja",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.vanguardngr.com\/2021\/04\/cappa-kannywood-make-case-for-smoke-free-movies\/",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 11117,
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            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:46:56+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
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        "503854": {
            "id": 503854,
            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: Smoke screen \/ Lawmakers again turn their backs on proven benefits of cigarette tax hike",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "it's become an annual rite for Indiana lawmakers to file legislation to hike the state's paltry tobacco tax \u2013 and watch it fail.\r\n\r\nIt happened again this week, when Senate Republicans dropped a proposed 50-cent increase in the cigarette tax from the state budget proposal. Unlike the movie, the repeated sameness isn't funny.\r\n\r\nThe Indiana General Assembly for years has had a chance to implement a simple change shown to reduce the state's high smoking rate, but it has passed the butt \u2013 er, buck \u2013 every time.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.journalgazette.net\/opinion\/editorials\/20210409\/smoke-screen",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 456,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "subhead": "The state chamber, which included a tobacco tax increase as one of its top five legislative priorities this year, estimates lost productivity and increased health care cost Indiana more than $6 billion a year.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:45:37+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503853": {
            "id": 503853,
            "headlineText": "ZANU PF MP abuses Tobacco Auction floors",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Tobacco auction floors in Mvurwi have expressed disgust over alleged abuse of power by Mazowe North Member of Parliament Campion Mugweni.Mugweni is reported to have stormed Tobacco giants in Mvurwi in company of a few district officials \u00a0 demanding to have his people employed on party ticket.\r\n\r\n\"The MP came to our companies with some party officials and demanded that we employ more than 800 of his people, in fear of victimization we gave in,\"lamented the officials who spoke in confidentiality.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/bulawayo24.com\/index-id-news-sc-national-byo-202043.html",
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 19988,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:43:34+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503852": {
            "id": 503852,
            "headlineText": "Special forces raid in Penang nets over one million illegal smokes and two suspects",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "\"A raid under Ops Kontraban was conducted in Tasek Gelugor, Penang, on a syndicate that has been actively distributing illegal cigarettes in the state.\r\n\r\n\r\n\"Two suspects, aged 34 and 74, were arrested. We also seized 1,140,000 contraband cigarettes, valued at around RM855,000,\" he said.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.thestar.com.my\/news\/nation\/2021\/04\/09\/special-forces-raid-in-penang-nets-over-one-million-illegal-smokes-and-two-suspects",
            "tagIds": [
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 8893,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:42:30+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503851": {
            "id": 503851,
            "headlineText": "Philip Morris Gets Another Buy Rating. Why Wall Street Is Excited About the Stock.",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Shares of Philip Morris were climbing Friday morning, boosted by an upgrade from JPMorgan, which argues that the tobacco giant is leading the global charge in what the firm calls \u201creduced-risk products\u201d that heat, rather than burn, tobacco.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.barrons.com\/articles\/philip-morris-gets-another-buy-rating-why-wall-street-is-excited-about-the-stock-51617982306",
            "tagIds": [
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            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 1697,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:40:53+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503849": {
            "id": 503849,
            "headlineText": "Avoid these common CBD vaping mistakes",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Forget oils, tinctures and capsules. Leave your gummies at the door. If you want to take CBD, vaping is the latest craze. Ingesting CBD via a vape actually makes a lot of sense, as it is a far faster and more effective way of getting it into the blood stream than the oral or topical alternatives.\r\n\r\nAs a result, there are dozens of people trying a CBD vape for the first time every day. That in itself has led to a few unfortunate consequences. If you\u2019re new to the world of CBD vaping, keep the following in mind to avoid making any rookie errors.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.vapingpost.com\/2021\/04\/09\/avoid-these-common-cbd-vaping-mistakes\/",
            "tagIds": [
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            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 23542,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:38:50+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503848": {
            "id": 503848,
            "headlineText": "Vaping vs. Cigarettes: Which is less harmful?",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Today, we will compare the two along with their pros and cons so that you could make your choice more wisely and keep yourself on a safer side.\r\n\r\nWhich One is Less Harmful?\r\nTypically, electronic vaporizers or e-cigarettes have been pronounced safer and less harmful than conventional tobacco cigarettes.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.bignewsnetwork.com\/news\/268574644\/vaping-vs-cigarettes-which-is-less-harmful",
            "tagIds": [
                221,
                178,
                196
            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 14342,
            "subhead": "Although both vaping and smoking have side effects and several health risks, science has indicated electronic vaporizers to be a less toxic substitute for tobacco.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:37:59+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503847": {
            "id": 503847,
            "headlineText": "RUFF JUSTICE Detector dog Gus helps smoke out smuggler as over 18,000 illegal cigarettes seized",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Detector dog Gus has helped Revenue officers to seize more than 18,000 cigarettes with an estimated retail value of \u20ac13,120 at Rosslare Europort.\r\n\r\nThe illegal cigarettes, branded \u2018Benson & Hedges Gold\u2019, \u2018Benson & Hedges Silver\u2019 and \u2018L&M Blue\u2019, were discovered when Revenue officers stopped and searched a Slovakian registered van that had disembarked a ferry from Cherbourg, France.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.sundayworld.com\/crime\/irish-crime\/detector-dog-gus-helps-smoke-out-smuggler-as-over-18000-illegal-cigarettes-seized-40294893.html",
            "tagIds": [
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                112
            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 22084,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:36:35+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503846": {
            "id": 503846,
            "headlineText": "Smoking, but Not Drinking, Associated With Worse HIV Outcomes",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "People with HIV who smoke were 91% less likely to achieve an undetectable viral load than those who didn\u2019t smoke, according to data published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.poz.com\/article\/smoking-drinking-associated-worse-hiv-outcomes",
            "tagIds": [
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                215
            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 26658,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:35:44+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503845": {
            "id": 503845,
            "headlineText": "Safety Concerns For Tobacco-Free Products Containing Synthetic Nicotine",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/academic.oup.com\/ntr\/advance-article\/doi\/10.1093\/ntr\/ntab071\/6219037",
            "tagIds": [
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            "marking": "promoted",
            "rating": 5,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 9588,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:28:35+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503844": {
            "id": 503844,
            "headlineText": "Proposed new Indiana vaping products tax blasted as 'measly'",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Indiana lawmakers are close to approving a new state tax on vaping products even as a proposed increase in the state\u2019s cigarette tax has been derailed.\r\n\r\nThe plan backed by state Senate Republicans for the new tax on electronic cigarette liquids and devices, however, is being lambasted by health advocates as inadequate to discourage vaping.\r\n\r\nSenate Appropriations Committee Chairman Ryan Mishler, a Republican from Bremen, said Thursday the vaping tax was meant \u201cto tell these kids it\u2019s dangerous and to have a parity with tobacco.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/apnews.com\/article\/indiana-tobacco-industry-regulation-appropriations-a1704cb60d7f31a112bed22da36a4fce",
            "tagIds": [
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                108
            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 1661,
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:27:28+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503843": {
            "id": 503843,
            "headlineText": "Analysis of wedding appeals on cigarette packs in China [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions Chinese tobacco manufacturers take full advantage of the cigarette gifting and sharing culture demonstrated by packs with imagery and terminology specific to weddings. With only a 35% text health warning label, manufacturers have much real estate to make packs attractive for gifting on such occasions. Implementing plain packaging policies may be effective in decreasing gifting attractiveness for cigarette packs.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2021\/04\/08\/tobaccocontrol-2020-056189",
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            ],
            "marking": "promoted",
            "mediaId": 1642,
            "rating": 5,
            "projectId": 1,
            "subhead": "Exchanging or gifting cigarettes is a common practice in Chinese culture, often occurring during weddings to connote celebrations and happiness. We examined Chinese cigarette packs for wedding terminology and imagery",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:23:05+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503842": {
            "id": 503842,
            "headlineText": "Tobacco Companies: FDA Approval Of Menthol Products Shows Flavor Ban Is Preempted ($$)",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Philip Morris USA Inc. and related entities tell a California federal court in an April 2 motion to file a notice of a recent development that the Food and Drug Administration\u2019s recent findings that menthol-containing \u201cHeatsticks\u201d products are \u201cappropriate for the protection of public health\u201d support its argument that a pending California statewide ban on flavored tobacco products is impliedly preempted by federal law (R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., et al. v. Becerra, et al., No. 20-1990, S.D. Calif.).",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.lexislegalnews.com\/articles\/61394\/tobacco-companies-fda-approval-of-menthol-products-shows-flavor-ban-is-preempted",
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            "mediaId": 14746,
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            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T20:21:08+00:00",
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        },
        "503841": {
            "id": 503841,
            "headlineText": "Media Summary: COVID-19 and Lung Health Survey Results",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-07T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Smoking can make it more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19. Of those who responded to the survey as a smoker or vaper, 43% of survey respondents who smoke or vape report being more motivated to quit smoking or vaping since the pandemic began, and 45% report being equally motivated to quit. Only 13% report of those surveyed who smoke or vape report being less motivated to quit. (Of survey respondents, 26% reported not smoking or vaping.)",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.lung.org\/lung-health-diseases\/lung-disease-lookup\/covid-19\/action-initiative\/covid-19-lung-health-survey-results",
            "tagIds": [
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                215
            ],
            "marking": "promoted",
            "mediaId": 9420,
            "rating": 5,
            "projectId": 1,
            "subhead": "A year since the pandemic officially began, the American Lung Association issued a survey to 2,511 U.S. residents to better understand current concerns, perceptions and beliefs about COVID-19 and lung health.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T18:39:39+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503840": {
            "id": 503840,
            "headlineText": "Impact of a Rheumatology Clinic Protocol on Tobacco Cessation Quit Line Referrals",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-06T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusion\r\nImplementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state\u2010run TQL. Given the importance of smoking cessation to reduce cardiopulmonary and rheumatic disease risk, future studies should investigate disseminating cessation protocols like Quit Connect that leverage TQLs.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/onlinelibrary.wiley.com\/doi\/10.1002\/acr.24589",
            "tagIds": [
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            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "rating": 3,
            "projectId": 1,
            "mediaId": 23242,
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T18:37:28+00:00",
            "editionId": 7831
        },
        "503839": {
            "id": 503839,
            "headlineText": "Program may help patients with rheumatic diseases quit smoking",
            "subhead": "Smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, but interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics. A study published in Arthritis Care & Research has found that Quit Connect\u2014a protocol i",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-07T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, but interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics. A study published in Arthritis Care & Research has found that Quit Connect\u2014a protocol involving electronic health record prompts for nurses and medical assistants in rheumatology clinics\u2014can increase electronic referrals to free, state-run tobacco quite lines.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/medicalxpress.com\/news\/2021-04-patients-rheumatic-diseases.html",
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            ],
            "marking": "approved",
            "mediaId": 20226,
            "rating": 3,
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            "headlineText": "Sniffer dog helps Trading Standards seize illegal cigarettes and tobacco",
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            "summary": "A tobacco detection dog helped sniff out almost 79,000 illegal cigarettes and over a kilo of tobacco during a two-day operation.",
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            "summary": "The amendment would not affect the government's ongoing lawsuit against tobacco companies, a health spokesperson said, because it would not cover the part of the legislation that enabled the lawsuit.",
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            "headlineText": "What you need to know about smoking and COVID-19",
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            "summary": "Smokers are more likely to get COVID-19\r\n\u2022 Studies have shown that smoking can lower your immunity, specifically to respiratory infections like COVID-19.\r\n\r\n\u2022 Having your hands near your face and mouth, such as when smoking, increases your chances of contracting viral illnesses.\r\n\r\n\u2022 The social aspects of smoking can also increase the risk of spreading the virus, as people who smoke often do so in groups. This allows the virus to be easily transmitted between unmasked individuals in close settings.",
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            "headlineText": "Wiltshire pub's new chalet 'breaks Covid rules'",
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            "summary": "A \"livid\" pub landlord says he has spent \u00a350,000 on a chalet for outside dining only to be told a week before opening it contravenes Covid-19 rules.\r\n\r\nJason Kalen, who runs The Marlborough in Wiltshire, fitted a bar, pizza oven and a TV in the wooden structure.\r\n\r\nHe said he followed Wiltshire Council's advice to comply with the regulations.\r\n\r\nBut it said government guidance had not changed and outdoor roofed structures had to have at least 50% of their walls open when in use, which his did not.",
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            "subhead": "The bar, with pizza oven and TV, does not comply with outdoor shelter guidelines, a council says.",
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            "headlineText": "SMITTY: Tips For Quitting Smoking",
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            "summary": "As I reported earlier, I am in the process of quitting smoking for a second time, and it seems that it is coming a little bit easier than the last time. Do you have any tips for kicking the habit?\r\n\r\nSo, embarking on this journey for a second time, I'm hoping this will be the last time I have to go through this annoying process. I should have never started again, and I have accepted that I'm a dumbass, but either way, there have to be some tips to be aware of to make the process easier.",
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            "subhead": "Cappelmann said he is concerned about people driving under the influence of marijuana, which is tougher to determine than drinking and driving.",
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            "headlineText": "Canada's Menthol Cigarette Ban Boosted Quit Rates: Would the Same Happen in U.S.?",
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            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "New research suggests it's possible, after finding that a ban on menthol cigarettes in Canada was linked to a large increase in the number of smokers who quit.\r\n\r\nThe impact of the menthol ban in Canada suggests that a similar ban in the United States would have even greater benefits since menthol cigarettes are much more popular among Americans, the researchers said.\r\n\r\n\"From our findings, we estimate that banning menthol cigarettes in the U.S. would lead an additional 923,000 smokers to quit, including 230,000 African American smokers,\"",
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            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: Washington smokers now get vaccine priority. Our gut doesn\u2019t approve; our head does",
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            "summary": "All things considered, granting vaccine priority to smokers makes a fair amount of sense at the brain and chest level, if not the gut level.\r\n\r\nThank goodness a day is coming when the vaccination playing field is leveled and supply surpasses demand.",
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            "subhead": "As of last week, thousands of smokers of all ages, whether current or former, are automatically eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations in our state.  No proof of purchase or breath test required.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T16:36:02+00:00",
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            "headlineText": "North Shore reacts to marijuana legalization",
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            "summary": "New York state on March 31 legalized recreational marijuana use — an effort years in the making — while setting regulations for a new industry and its taxation.\r\n\r\nSpanning 128 pages, the  …",
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            "subhead": "Recreational marijuana use was legalized in New York state last week, which was met by mixed reactions on the North Shore.",
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            "headlineText": "Driving and Smoking",
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            "summary": "Of course, putting the cigarettes away until you've parked the car is the best choice, as having your hands preoccupied with a cigarette can become dangerous when you're behind the wheel!\r\n\r\nThe last thing you want is a brush with law enforcement in a foreign country.\r\n\r\nTo help you avoid this, so you can relax in peace, we decided to do the hard part for you and delve into the complicated laws and policies surrounding smoking and driving across the world.",
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            "headlineText": "Up in smoke: Sars to destroy R18m worth of illegal cigarettes in CT today",
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            "summary": "The South African Revenue Service (Sars) said that various government departments fighting illegal imports and exports would destroy 12 million cigarettes at a warehouse on Cape Town's Foreshore.",
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            "headlineText": "LOWE-PAYNE: How the CDC\u2019s free smoking cessation resources improved quit rates at our clinic",
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            "summary": "Given COVID-19 numbers were climbing in our already busy Raleigh-based practice, I had concerns about adding to our workload. However, CDC has a wide range of smoking cessation resources available that are already tailored to diverse patient groups. Not only was building these tools into our practice seamless, but I am also pleased to share that the outcomes were well worth the additional effort from our team. As a result, we have continued the initiative long after the designated period.\r\n\r\nThe CDC\/AOA initiative led to many positive changes in our practice.",
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            "headlineText": "Senate nixes cigarette tax increase, provides money for mental health in proposed budget",
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            "summary": "Bray said the Senate was not interested in a cigarette tax increase, partially because it is a regressive tax, meaning it impacts lower-income households at a disproportionate rate. He also argued the House's proposed increase was not large enough to truly impact smoking rates in Indiana. \r\n\r\n\"We want to be cognizant to that,\" Bray said. \"If we go with a tax like that, and we very well may do that someday, then we want to make sure that it's going to really move the needle on some of the health parameters that we really need to move as far as health of Hoosiers go.\"\r\n\r\nThe House's version of the budget had called for a 50.5-cent cigarette tax increase per pack, which would have brought the total tax to $1.50 per pack. The House also would have established a new 10% retail tax on electronic cigarettes.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/eu.indystar.com\/story\/news\/politics\/2021\/04\/08\/indiana-budget-cigarette-tax-nixed-mental-health-funding-increased\/7124701002\/",
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            "headlineText": "Fox News stars\u00a0Larry Kudlow, Jeanine Pirro seen at Mar-a-Lago",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Larry Kudlow, center, is seen smoking a cigarette\u00a0at Mar-a-Lago during a party for the Conservative Partner Institute on Thursday",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/news\/article-9452247\/Fox-News-stars-Larry-Kudlow-Jeanine-Pirro-pictured-Mar-Lago-party.html",
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            "subhead": "In the exclusive DailyMail.com photos, Kudlow is seen wearing a blue suit while smoking a cigarette at the outdoor event",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T15:28:49+00:00",
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            "headlineText": "Cambodia expands the ban to HTPs in the country",
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            "summary": "The National Authority for Combating Drugs (NACD) of Cambodia issued a new directive, on 18 March 2021, instructing all relevant ministries and institutions to take immediate action to stop the use and commercialization of heated tobacco products (HTPs), as well as Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS, also known as e-cigarettes).",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/untobaccocontrol.org\/impldb\/cambodia-expands-the-ban-to-htps-in-the-country\/",
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            "id": 503819,
            "headlineText": "Traditional, electronic cigarette sales decline in latest Nielsen report",
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            "summary": "Demand for traditional cigarettes continues to soften after tobacco manufacturers recently raised their list prices, according to the latest Nielsen convenience-store report.\r\n\r\nThe report for the four-week period ending March 27 shows an overall 4.9% industrywide decrease in sales volume for traditional cigarettes.\r\n\r\nBy comparison, the February report listed a 3.1% decline and the December report a 1% increase.\r\n\r\nAnalysts have said one development from the COVID-19 pandemic has been smokers increasing their purchases in response to statewide stay-at-home orders.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/journalnow.com\/business\/local\/traditional-electronic-cigarette-sales-decline-in-latest-nielsen-report\/article_4981c748-986d-11eb-9563-f70420233ede.html",
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            "id": 503818,
            "headlineText": "British American Tobacco weighs on FTSE 100; PageGroup jumps",
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            "summary": "The FTSE 100 slid 0.3%, with shares of the tobacco firm declining 2.5% to the bottom of index after J.P. Morgan downgraded the stock to \u201cneutral\u201d from \u201coverweight\u201d.",
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            "headlineText": "Beautician, 38, and her fiance avoid jail after they were caught trying to smuggle \u00a360,000 worth of cigarettes into UK on flight back from Moscow",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Donna Jablonski, 38, and David Sutton, 30, questioned at\u00a0Manchester Airport\r\n\r\nThe couple, from Staffordshire, tried to sneak in 5,000 packets of 20 cigarettes\u00a0\r\n\r\nAverage pack of 20 cigarettes costs \u00a312.73 so goods were worth around \u00a363,650\r\n\r\nJablonski got ten months jail suspended for 18 months and 80 hours unpaid work\r\n\r\nSutton was sentenced to 16 months imprisonment suspended for two years",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/news\/article-9448605\/Beautician-fiance-avoid-jail-trying-smuggle-60-000-worth-cigarettes-UK.html",
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            "id": 503816,
            "headlineText": "Estimated Projection of US Cancer Incidence and Death to 2040",
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            "summary": "A large portion of the decrease in lung cancer death rates are secondary to decreased tobacco use. Additionally, in 2013, the USPSTF recommended annual low-dose computed tomography screening for lung cancer in select groups (grade B) based on a survival benefit in a large randomized trial.19 \r\n\r\nThe combination of improved screening and a decreasing proportion of the US population using tobacco products may contribute to a steadily declining death rate from lung cancer in the coming decades.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/jamanetwork.com\/journals\/jamanetworkopen\/fullarticle\/2778204",
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        "503815": {
            "id": 503815,
            "headlineText": "WHO technical manual on tobacco tax administration",
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            "summary": "This technical manual aims to help governments improve health and increase revenues by identifying a set of \u201cbest practices\u201d for tobacco taxation. It documents governments\u2019 existing approaches to tobacco taxation, discusses barriers to using tobacco taxes to achieve health and revenue objectives and provides case studies of effective tobacco tax administration. This manual is intended to be useful to tax administrators at the Ministry of Finance level by making them aware of the practices used and challenges faced by other countries. It will also be useful to officials in a country\u2019s Ministry of Health or similar organizations by providing them with a more thorough understanding of key issues in tax structure and administration.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.who.int\/tobacco\/publications\/tax_administration\/en\/",
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            "id": 503814,
            "headlineText": "Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-09T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products is an international treaty with the objective of eliminating all forms of illicit trade in tobacco products through a package of measures to be taken by countries acting in cooperation with each other: it is a global solution to a global problem.\r\n\r\nThe Protocol was developed in response to the growing illicit trade in tobacco products, often across borders. Illicit trade poses a serious threat to public health because it increases access to \u2013 often cheaper \u2013 tobacco products, thus fueling the tobacco epidemic and undermining tobacco control policies. It also causes substantial losses in government revenues, and at the same time contributes to the funding of international criminal activities.\r\n\r\nThe Protocol counts 62 Parties.The list of Parties can be found here.",
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            "headlineText": "DFWC ramps up \u2018critical campaign\u2019 ahead of Illicit Trade Protocol meeting",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The second Meeting of the Parties (MOP2) takes place later this year and the Duty Free World Council (DFWC) is calling on retailers to help engage with local authorities\r\n\r\nA \u2018critical campaign\u2019 is underway once more as the travel retail industry prepares for the next meeting of the parties to the Illicit Trade Protocol (ITP).",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dfnionline.com\/latest-news\/dfwc-ramps-critical-campaign-ahead-illicit-trade-protocol-meeting-08-04-2021\/",
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            "subhead": "The Duty Free World Council (DFWC) supports the implementation of the WHO\u2019s provisions within the ITP to eliminate illicit trade.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-09T15:09:12+00:00",
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            "headlineText": "Adding vaping restrictions to smoke\u2010free air laws: associations with conventional and electronic cigarette use",
            "sourceDate": "2021-02-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nFrom 2014 to 2018, increased adoption of smoke\u2010free worksite laws in the United States was associated with reductions in both current smoking and recent vaping, as well as increases in smoking cessation. Adding vaping restrictions to smoke\u2010free worksite laws, however, was not associated with a reduction in recent vaping among emerging adults and may have attenuated the smoke\u2010free policy\u2019s impact on current smoking in this age group.",
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            "headlineText": "Smoke-free worksite laws curbing vaping",
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            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A new observational study from researchers at the Yale School of Public Health suggests smoke-free worksite laws may yield reductions, not only in conventional cigarette use, but in the use of electronic nicotine delivery systems as well.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/medicalxpress.com\/news\/2021-04-smoke-free-worksite-laws-curbing-vaping.html",
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            "headlineText": "McGRADY: Lawmakers Want the FDA to Remove Vaping Products From the Market Again \u2013 InsideSources",
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            "summary": "Wasserman Shultz\u2019s office clarified that the lawmakers have specifically asked the FDA to remove from the market all flavored e-cigarettes that are currently under review by the tobacco regulator. The letter asks the agency to \u201cdeny applications for any flavored e-cigarettes and other flavored tobacco products, and to deny issuing a marketing order for any e-cigarette that poses an increased risk of youth initiation or addiction.\u201d\r\nIndustry groups and public health experts who see the benefit of e-cigarettes as a tool to help adults quit smoking urge caution to Woodcock and Mitch Zeller\u2014the FDA\u2019s tobacco chief.\r\n\u201cZeller would be wise to ignore calls from members of the House Prohibition Caucus to disregard the clear language of the Tobacco Control Act on product authorizations,\u201d said Gregory Conley",
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            "headlineText": "Japan model in smoking rate reduction \u2013 expert",
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            "summary": "The introduction of noncombustible alternatives in Japan in 2014 helped reduce smoking rate in the world\u2019s largest market of heated tobacco products (HTPs) by nearly a third in a span of three to four years, according to a public health expert.\r\n\r\nKumamaru Hiroya, vice director of the AOI Universal Hospital in Kawasaki, said nicotine replacement therapy (NTP), such as nicotine patches, has proved ineffective in reducing the smoking rate in Japan.\r\n\r\nBut when HTPs like IQOS from Philip Morris International were commercially launched in 2014, following a market test in 2013, this led to a substantial decrease in smoking rate over the next three to four years.",
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            "headlineText": "Participate in CDC's Tips Campaign",
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            "summary": "Local, state, and national partners will gather at Kennedy Plaza on the historic Jersey Shore Boardwalk to celebrate 15 years of smokefree air on April 15th. The current smokefree law protects New Jersey residents and visitors in workplaces, public places, restaurants, and bars with 100% smokefree and e-cigarette aerosol free air. However, thousands of workers and patrons in the state\u2019s gaming industry, which is one of the largest markets outside of Las Vegas, remain exposed to secondhand smoke.  Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, all Atlantic City casinos are required to operate as smokefree by Executive Order of the Governor.",
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            "headlineText": "VIDEO: Cannabis bill passes NM House, moves on to Senate",
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            "summary": "UPDATE: On Wednesday, the House voted 38-32 to pass House Bill 2, the cannabis bill.\r\n\r\nGov. Lujan Grisham said on her Twitter, \"In addition to creating jobs and economic opportunities across the state, cannabis legalization will reduce harmful impacts to marginalized communities and improve community safety.\"\r\n\r\nThe bill now moves on to the Senate to vote.",
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            "headlineText": "Tennessee Legislature Backing Down to Big Tobacco, Urged to Vote No",
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            "summary": "Health advocacy organizations in Tennessee committed to protecting kids from the harmful effects of tobacco products and nicotine addiction call on the legislature to vote no on Senate Bill 1047 and House Bill 705.\r\n \r\n\r\nThe below statement is on behalf of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Lung Association, American Heart Association, Americans for Nonsmokers\u2019 Rights and the Campaign for Tobacco-free Kids.\r\n \r\n\r\n\u201cSenate Bill 1047 and House Bill 705 sound promising at first since the legislation says they will add e-cigarettes into Tennessee\u2019s Non-Smokers\u2019 Protection Act. However, when you look closer, they preclude any future laws on e-cigarettes after June 2021.",
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            "headlineText": "Conceptual Framework ofComprehensive Public Smoking Program",
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            "summary": "Strategies\r\n\r\n1. Oppose all legislative, regulatory, judicial and voluntary efforts to discriminate unfairly against smokers. Look foropportunities to reverse all existing restrictions.2. Introduce and promote legislative, regulatory and voluntarymeasures which establish smokers' rights.3. Increase awareness of extreme anti-smoker activities.4. Increase awareness of true nature of indoor air pollution.Promote improved ventilation as the best solution.5. Reduce superficial public debate of ETS.",
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            "subhead": "1. To defeat mandatory and voluntary smoking restrictions.  2. To slow the decline of social acceptability of smoking.",
            "postedDate": "2021-04-08T23:55:34+00:00",
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            "headlineText": "ARCHIVE: Philip Morris Attempts to Co-opt Smoke-free",
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            "summary": "Philip Morris is trying once again to deceive the world into believing that the company has changed its views and behavior on deadly cigarettes and now deserves to be at the public health policy-making table. Its latest ploy was trying to co-opt World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) to promote its newer products. The bottom line is Philip Morris\u2019 PR stunt of saying it supports a smokefree future doesn\u2019t match its actions.",
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            "headlineText": "Focused on the Facts: Secondhand Marijuana Smoke",
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            "summary": "Secondhand marijuana smoke is a front and center issue as more states approve legal recreational use. Marijuana\/cannabis is gaining ground with tobacco giant Altria (parent company of Philip Morris), stepping up its state and federal marijuana lobbying efforts to become the cannabis product market leader. This is the same company that targeted the hospitality industry for years with economic and ventilation misinformation via the Philip Morris Accommodation and Options programs designed to prevent casinos and other hospitality businesses from implementing smokefree policies.",
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            "headlineText": "New Research Emphasizes Harm of Exposure to Secondhand Marijuana Smoke",
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            "summary": "With two additional states (New Mexico and New York) decriminalizing and legalizing recreational marijuana\/cannabis use and sales, it is even more important to advocate for worker and public health so that we do not see secondhand marijuana smoke make its way into indoor spaces. Smoke is smoke. We applaud decriminalizing marijuana, but it is worth repeating that marijuana smoke, just like other forms of smoking (like cigars and hookah) or vaping tobacco or marijuana, is not safe compared to breathing clean air.\r\nA new study on particulate levels from marijuana smoke show a high rate of emissions \u2013 even higher than tobacco smoke. . . . \r\nThe tobacco industry has always cast doubt on the science of secondhand smoke. With money as motive, tobacco giant Altria (parent company of Philip Morris) is investing in the emergent marijuana industry and is stepping up its state and federal marijuana lobbying efforts to become the cannabis product market leader. Part of this role will be to seek indoor marijuana smoking. Recall that Altria is the same company that targeted the hospitality industry for years with economic and ventilation misinformation via the Philip Morris Accommodation and Options programs designed to prevent bars, casinos, and other hospitality businesses from implementing smokefree policies.",
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            "headlineText": "VIDEO: MRTP: Why is this a historic decision?",
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            "summary": "it is also historic because it\u2019s the first time that adult smokers can receive truthful information about a product like IQOS in the United States. That means almost 40 million adult smokers can now hear about why IQOS is fundamentally different to cigarettes, and I think that\u2019s really exciting.",
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            "headlineText": "FDA Letters Suggest Scrutiny Of Virus And Vaping Products [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "Meanwhile, tobacco, another FDA priority, has also received significant attention, and e-cigarette companies continue to be in the agency's crosshairs for selling unapproved products. As use of vaping products by teenagers continues to rise \u2014 along with public concern \u2014 companies should be cautious about marketing products that have not received explicit clearance from the FDA, or that do not otherwise satisfy an exception to FDA approval.",
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            "headlineText": "7 Businesses Fail Tobacco Compliance Check: Police",
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            "summary": "Seven Annapolis businesses failed their tobacco compliance checks, police announced last Friday. Officers noted that they conducted their exams on March 3, testing to see if the establishments would sell tobacco to a minor. An incident report explained that these businesses made the illegal sale:",
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            "headlineText": "Investigators: Careless smoking sparked 5-alarm blaze that torched multiple homes in Lawrence",
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            "summary": "Careless smoking sparked a massive, five-alarm blaze that torched multiple homes in a neighborhood in Lawrence on Easter, leaving a woman hospitalized and causing more than $1 million in damage, officials announced Wednesday.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/whdh.com\/news\/investigators-careless-smoking-sparked-5-alarm-blaze-that-torched-multiple-homes-in-lawrence\/",
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            "headlineText": "House Bill 3681 passes, as advocates worry the vaping epidemic in youth will continue to increase",
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            "summary": "South Carolina lawmakers passed a bill that would prevent South Carolina cities and counties from passing ordinances that many believe would protect children from tobacco and vaping.\r\n\r\nBeth Johnson, the South Carolina Government Relations Director with the American Cancer Society, met virtually Wednesday morning with the City of Charleston\u2019s Health and Wellness committee to explain how this bill would impact the city in their fight against youth tobacco usage.",
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            "headlineText": "South Africa: Illegal cigarette consignment to be destroyed",
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            "summary": "Government\u2019s renewed vigour to eliminate illegal tobacco imports and exports will be demonstrated on Friday when a multi-department operation will see 12 million cigarettes being destroyed.\r\n\r\nThe consignment, which has a R18 million market value will be destroyed at the State Warehouse, at no.9 FW de Klerk Boulevard, Cape Town Foreshore at 8am.",
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            "headlineText": "22nd Century Group Regulatory Science VP Joins FDLI Tobacco and Nicotine Products Committee",
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            "summary": "Another key indicator and milestone of the Increasing Importance of Reducing Cigarette Nicotine Content as Cornerstone of Public Health Policy...",
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            "headlineText": "Stop using smoking scenes in movies, groups urge entertainers",
            "sourceDate": "2021-04-08T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Two non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have called on relevant stakeholders in the entertainment industry to stop using smoking scenes in movies, music videos and product placements.\r\n\r\nL-R: CAPPA Director of Programmes, Philip Jakpor; CAPPA Executive Director, Akinbode Oluwafemi; and Michael Olaniyan, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)\r\n\r\nThe Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) and Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids said the call would assist in reducing the exposures of children to smoking in the country.",
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