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TEENS MAY BUY LESS TOBACCO WHEN DISPLAYS ARE HIDDEN

12 | 06 | 2012
A new study conducted using a virtual reality game suggests teens may be less likely to try to buy cigarettes at convenience stores if they aren't sold in
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AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION REPORT SAYS U.S. IS AT A TIPPING POINT FOR POLICIES THAT HELP SMOKERS QUIT

12 | 06 | 2012
According to a new report released by the American Lung Association today, the country is at a tipping point in regards to policies that help smokers quit.
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NEW REPORT SHOWS THAT STATES CUT ANTISMOKING OUTLAYS DESPITE RECORD TOBACCO REVENUE

12 | 06 | 2012
A new report from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids showed that states are collecting a record $25.7 billion in tobacco taxes and settlement money in the
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JUDGE ORDERS BIG TOBACCO TO SAY THEY LIED

11 | 28 | 2012
A federal court judge ordered tobacco companies to publish corrective statements that clearly state that they lied about the dangers of smoking and give the
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SIXTY PERCENT OF AMERICA'S BIGGEST CITIES HAVE SMOKE-FREE LAWS

11 | 19 | 2012
Thirty of the 50 largest U.S. cities prohibit smoking indoors at all workplaces, restaurants and bars, the federal government reported. Just 12 years ago,
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THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT

11 | 14 | 2012
Today marks the 37th annual Great American Smokeout.  We encourage smokers to quit smoking for the day and hope they consider this smoke-free day as the
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New Report Shows Declining Trend in Number and Intensity Level of Adult Smokers

11 | 08 | 2012
The number of adults in the U.S. who smoke and the intensity level of those who do declined between 2005 and 2011, according to a report released today by
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STUDY SHOWS THAT SMOKING IN CARS PRODUCES HIGH LEVELS OF HARMFUL POLLUTANTS

10 | 17 | 2012
Smoking in cars produces levels of harmful particulate pollutants that are far above World Health Organization indoor air standards and likely pose a threat
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NEW STUDY SHOWS GRAPHIC ANTI-SMOKING ADS MORE EFFECTIVE

10 | 15 | 2012
Anti-smoking advertisements that feature highly emotional or graphic content are more likely to motivate smokers to try to quit smoking than ads that offer
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THE MAJOR TOLL OF SECONDHAND SMOKE

09 | 25 | 2012
Secondhand smoke takes a sizable toll on Americans' health and productivity, particularly among African Americans, according to a recent study by the
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