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Philip Morris International to Sue Uruguay
Published on December 8th, 2010 00:00

It’s a kind of David vs. Goliath battle: the largest privately-owned tobacco company in the world, Philip Morris International, versus the second smallest country in South A ... read more »

Alberta Government Can’t Achieve its Objectives on Keeping Teenagers Away From Smoking
Published on December 1st, 2010 00:00

The Alberta government can’t achieve its own objectives for lowering smoking rate among teenagers, according to the Alberta Health and Wellness report.13% of Alberta youngs ... read more »

Taxation Ban Extended on Indian Tobacco Products
Published on November 11th, 2010 00:00

U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara extended the ban on national taxation of tobacco products sales by the Seneca Nation and other Indian tribes. But it can’t be called a ... read more »

Tax on Tobacco Products Do not Correspond to WHO's Norms
Published on October 18th, 2010 00:00

Tax that is collected by India on tobacco products is one of the most lowest in the whole Asia Pacific region, and at non-conformity with the World Health Organization’s nor ... read more »

Marion Prohibits Smoking for its Workers
Published on October 6th, 2010 00:00

Marion Prohibits Smoking for its WorkersThe city of Marion wants to have healthier employees and lower rate of insurances and that is why it is calling employees to stop smoking ... read more »

Newsagents Lobby Ministers to Call off the Ban on Tobacco Displays
Published on September 27th, 2010 00:00

Shopkeepers are afraid that coming rules to stop tobacco products will cost them their livelihoods. Nearly 70,000 UK newsagents are involved in a last- ditch battle in order to pr ... read more »

Best Strategies To Quit Smoking Cold Turkey
Published on September 13th, 2010 00:00

The majority of researches confirm that 7 out of 10 current smokers made an attempt to give up at least one time, however, only 3 of them managed to quit for good. So, if you are ... read more »

Japan Tobacco's Profit Falls 47% on Domestic Sales
Published on September 6th, 2010 00:00

Japan Tobacco the world’s third-largest cigarette maker stated that profits for the first quarter dropped by 47% after domestic sales fell and a stronger yen decreased the a ... read more »

Calling for different approaches towards smoking cessation in men and women
Published on September 1st, 2010 00:00

Women part not only with nicotine, but also with the sensory signals when they gave up smoking,” said Dr. Cora Lee Wetherington, a research coordinator at the National Instit ... read more »

Chinese Women Are Exposed to High Risk from Tobacco Advertisement.
Published on August 11th, 2010 00:00

As a family, US Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman and me Mary Kaye Huntsman his wife are unfortunately acquainted with the losses that tobacco use can bring.When my sister, Susan ... read more »