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Countries With High Cigarette Consumption

Chelsea September 8, 2014 0

About 20% of the adult population in the world smokes cigarettes, according to the TobaccoAtlas.org. Smokers used roughly 5.9 trillion cigarettes in 2009 (most recent available data). It represents 13% increase in cigarette consumption

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Let The Soldiers Use Alternative Tobacco Products

Chelsea August 27, 2014 0

Dr. Sally Satel is a psychiatrist specializing in addiction treatment and also an American Enterprise Institute resident scholar. She wrote a piece in response to the article at New England Journal of Medicine that

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Electronic Cigarettes As Drugs Better Than As Tobacco?

Chelsea August 6, 2014 0

FDA first intended to treat electronic cigarettes as a drug, but a court ruled that it cannot and should instead be treated as tobacco. This ruling was then thought to be a victory, but

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The State Of Canada’s Tobacco Control

Chelsea August 4, 2014 0

Canadians have by now gotten used to the gruesome images of smoking effects shown on the packages of cigarettes. In tobacco control, Canada has been a leader among countries worldwide in requiring the large

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No Tobacco Sale In World Cities

Chelsea July 11, 2014 0

Two world cities, Dubai in United Arab Emirates and New Delhi in India, have both decided on no tobacco sale. To Mark World No Tobacco Day To commemorate the World No Tobacco Day by

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Taxing Ecigs Like Tobacco Leading To More Cancers

Chelsea June 9, 2014 0

Critics of electronic cigarettes have been making efforts to prove that the devices are just like the harmful traditional cigarettes. Choosing to believe these allegations rather than basing decisions according to scientific data and

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Non-Support For The NJ Ecig Tax

Chelsea April 25, 2014 0

Tobacco cigarettes are heavily taxed as means to discourage smokers from their deadly habit of smoking. Thus, when Governor Chris Christie proposed his NJ ecig tax, many were appalled because taxing products that obviously

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Hookah Ban in Jordan Made Many Furious

Chelsea March 5, 2014 0

In Jordan, a hookah ban has recently been enforced and many users of the water pipes have been furious ever since. In this country, tobacco users are said to consume tobacco products worth $1billion

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When Teenagers In MA Started Tobacco Opposition

Chelsea February 24, 2014 0

We normally see adults advocating against tobacco. Apparently in Codman Square in Massachusetts 14 years ago, a group of youngsters started their tobacco opposition movement. The anti-ecig battle for these kids was even more

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Lifting Tobacco Import Ban In Bhutan

Chelsea February 12, 2014 0

Bound for a ban lift history is the second parliament in Bhutan. After the country has revoked the ban on the importation of alcohol and furniture, the Upper House is now making its mind

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