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Less Addictive Cigarettes Preferred By Smokers

Results from an International Tobacco Control (ITC) United States Supplemental Survey, published recently in the journal BMC Public Health , reveal that smokers strongly favor decreasing the addictiveness of cigarettes. Lead investigator Andrew Hyland, PhD, Chair of the Department of

Ads remain a powerful anti-smoking tool

The harm and destruction caused from tobacco continues to be the leading cause of premature death and disease in our country. It is with that in mind that we take seriously efforts to reduce this tremendous toll across North Dakota

Yves Saint Laurent promotes own-label cigarettes

Cancer risk seems to be of little concern to Yves Saint Laurent, which is promoting and selling cigarettes bearing its designer logo. The cigarettes, which come in a sleek black box with gold foil, are being marketed towards women in

Murdoch’s ties to Big Tobacco

Rupert Murdoch’s phone-hacking problems have been all over the news in recent days, but it wasn’t too long ago his media properties were providing a supportive environment for Big Tobacco that went largely unreported. Murdoch’s connection to Philip Morris Co.

Smoking in Movies Drops

Three film companies have drastically reduced smoking in their movies aimed at children and teens, thanks in part to their policies to reduce on-screen tobacco use, a new study says. Over the past five years, scenes involving tobacco dropped from

Cigarette Advertising

Cigarettes are the most heavily advertised product in the U.S. The tobacco companies spend 4 billion dollars a year or 11 million dollars a day to try to get people to buy cigarettes. Every day the tobacco industry is fighting

American Medical Association Promoted Tobacco, Cigarettes in its Medical Journal

(NaturalNews) This article originally ran on NaturalNews in 2007, but given the recent passage of a “tobacco control bill” by the U.S. Senate, it deserves repeating. Read this article to learn some rather shocking information about the history of collaboration