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PUBLIC HEARING ON E-CIGARETTES

12 | 19 | 2013
Public health officials and advocates and electronic cigarette supporters vigorously debated whether New York City should add e-cigarettes to the NYC
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NEW STUDY SHOWS COLLEGE STUDENTS FEEL THE PULL OF CIGARETTE ADS

11 | 26 | 2013
According to a new study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, the influence of just one cigarette ad can last for seven days and increases the risk
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GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT AT BODY WORLDS: PULSE AT DISCOVERY TIMES SQUARE

11 | 21 | 2013
BODY WORLDS: Pulse—the international health and anatomy exhibition currently on display at Discovery Times Square—hosted an event to celebrate the
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MAYOR BLOOMBERG SIGNS LANDMARK LEGISLATION RAISING THE LEGAL SALE AGE TO 21

11 | 19 | 2013
Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed landmark legislation today prohibiting the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21, making New York City the
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MORE U.S. TEENS SMOKING E-CIGARETTES AND HOOKAH

11 | 15 | 2013
A new report issued by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention showed that more more middle school and high school students are using electronic
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OVERXPOSED: NEW SURVEY OF TOBACCO ADVERTISING AROUND SCHOOLS

11 | 13 | 2013
NYC students are overexposed to deceptive tobacco marketing, according to a new New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) report released
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NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL VOTES TO MAKE NYC FIRST MAJOR CITY IN THE NATION WITH A 21 AGE TOBACCO SALES LAW

10 | 30 | 2013
Today, New York City made history once again. The New York City Council voted today to pass two proposed bills that, once signed into law by Mayor
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NEW STUDY FINDS MORE TEENS SMOKING FLAVORED CIGARS

10 | 23 | 2013
More than two of every five teen smokers use flavored little cigars or cigarettes, according to a new report from U.S. health officials. Small cigars
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JUDGE OVERTURNS SMOKE-FREE POLICY IN NY STATE PARKS & PLAYROUNDS

10 | 17 | 2013
A new law prohitibiting smoking in portions of New York state parks was struck down this week after a judge ruled it exceeded the authority of the state
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PROGRESS IN CURBING SALES OF TOBACCO TO YOUTH

10 | 10 | 2013
According to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration, federal and state efforts to reduce illegal sales of tobacco
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