All available Infos for 2010, by months:

Secondhand Smoke Causes Mental Health Problems in Children
Published on December 22nd, 2010 00:00

Children who inhale second hand smoke have greater chances to develop mental health problems, according to a recent study of British scientists.These findings should prompt paren ... read more »

Zambia Gains Revenues from Tobacco Sales
Published on November 16th, 2010 00:00

During 2010, Zambia gained approximately US$98.9 million after selling its tobacco products to international markets. In case tobacco manufacture and trade will be stopped more th ... read more »

Smoke-Free Illinois
Published on November 11th, 2010 00:00

It has been already three years since Illinois banned smoking in the majority of public places.Surprisingly the law has been embraced by many, families who avoided in the past es ... read more »

Tobacco Manufacturers of Flavored Cigarillos Evade Federal Legislation
Published on October 18th, 2010 00:00

Tobacco manufacturers are being accused of evading the federal legislation that was specially adopted to keep children become addicted to flavored tobacco products, according to P ... read more »

Tasmania Council Wants to Adopt a Smoking Ban
Published on September 30th, 2010 00:00

I think that undertaking severe and tough stands on the effects of tobacco will lead Burnie and the state to a healthier result. ... read more »

Cigarette Smoke Provokes Changes in the Lungs
Published on September 16th, 2010 00:00

Those people who smoke only a few cigarettes per week think that it doesn’t affect their health. But according to a recent study conducted by the physician-scientists at New ... read more »

Chinese City Trying to Implement National Smoking Ban
Published on September 13th, 2010 00:00

For smoking at workplaces, Karaoke TV entertainment center, bars, restaurants and other public places, one could face a fine of 50 yuan, approximately the cost of four to five pac ... read more »

Japan Will Increase the Price on Tobacco Products in October
Published on September 1st, 2010 00:00

An October price increase on cigarettes may reduce Japan’s reputation of a smoker’s paradise.Smoking as a socially inadmissible habit will become very soon a norm for ... read more »

Cigarette Smoke Affects Hundreds of Genes
Published on August 13th, 2010 00:00

Doctors have observed long time ago a correlation between smoking and cases of cancers found in many organs besides lungs and trochee, such as kidney, colon and bladder cancers.I ... read more »

Anti-Tobacco Campaign Against Smoking in Lagos State
Published on August 4th, 2010 00:00

Because the bothers about the high rate of cigarettes smoking and its harmful effects especially for pregnant women, the Lagos State government decided to start a new anti-smoking ... read more »