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TAKE A WALK IN OUR SHOES ADVERTISING TOUR A SUCCESS

10 | 21 | 2011
Take a Walk In Our Shoes Tobacco Advertising Tour successfully completed its four-day run through all five boroughs educating New Yorkers about the way the
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KIDS EXPOSED TO SECONDHAND SMOKE MISS MORE SCHOOL

09 | 20 | 2011
Children who live with smokers miss more school due to illness than those who live in households with non-smokers, according to a new study published in the
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NYC SMOKE RATES DROP TO 14 PERCENT

09 | 16 | 2011
The number of New Yorkers who smoke has dropped to 14 percent, down from 22 percent in 2002. There are 450,000 fewer adult smokers in New York City than
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STRONG TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAMS TRANSLATE TO REDUCED SMOKING RATES

09 | 16 | 2011
According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fewer adults in the United States are smoking cigarettes and daily users
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“SECONDHAND SMOKELESS” AT MTA RAILROAD STATIONS

08 | 23 | 2011
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that will make all outdoor ticketing, boarding and platform areas of MTA-operated railroad stations smoke-free.
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FDA GETS BOLD WITH SMOKERS

08 | 19 | 2011
Tuesday, July 26, 2011 The United States Food and Drug Administration’s(FDA) new health warnings make a bold statement. Earlier this year, the FDA
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THE NATION SPEAKS! MAJORITY FAVORS SMOKE-FREE PUBLIC SPACES

08 | 19 | 2011
July 15, 2011 Most Americans are speaking up in support of smoke-free public spaces. In a recent national telephone poll survey by Gallup, a New
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ANOTHER GREAT REASON TO QUIT SMOKING…LADIES

08 | 19 | 2011
Sunday, August 14, 2011 Bad news for female smokers. The world’s leading general medical journal, The Lancet, revealed that female smokers have a higher
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New Funding Opportunity Available!

08 | 19 | 2011
The NYC Coalition for a Smoke-Free City has just released a Request for Proposals (RFP) focused on reducing the accessibility and visibility of tobacco
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NEW YORK CITY’S PUBLIC PARKS, BEACHES AND PEDESTRIAN PLAZAS ARE NOW SMOKE-FREE

05 | 23 | 2011
This summer, New Yorkers and visitors alike will be able to enjoy cleaner air in the City’s parks and beaches.  Earlier this year, Mayor Michael Bloomberg
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