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and marketing, from television advertising to the sponsorship of music festivals and football by drinks brands, as part of a nine-point plan to tackle problems including binge drinking by young people. In a report published today called Under the Influence, about the damaging effect of alcohol marketing on young people, the BMA said that the £800m spent annually on promoting alcohol to consumers needed to be curbed to tackle drink-related problems in the UK. The report claims that current controls on alcohol promotion, policed by the Advertising Standards Authority , are "completely inadequate" because they are based ...
BBC - Newsnight: From the web team: Tuesday 13 July 2010
We'll begin with the difficult and complex situation in Afghanistan which led to the fatal attack in Helmand on three British troops and the wounding of four more by a renegade Afghan soldier operating a rocket propelled grenade. Tonight, as more details emerge, we will discuss the incident itself, but also the viability of Britain and America's exit strategy from Afghanistan. You should also know that we have a very important and influential guest lined up to give his reaction. We delve into the murky tale of the Iranian scientist, the CIA and You Tube... no sign of Jason Bourne so Richard Watson is on the case. And ... market research, surveys and trends
Brain Research: Blueprints of a New Era | 2012 Doomsday Predictions
Brain science has been one of the central topics in the scientific world in the last decade. The development of several new technologies has allowed scientists to reach a superior level in research methods. Such technologies – particularly brain scanning techniques (PET, fMRI, CT, etc.) – have enabled experts to perform procedures which were thought to be in the realm of science fiction in a near past. In the verge of an advanced era in the perception and manipulation of the human mind, an ethical discussion was raised in the Old continent. Meeting the ‘Meeting of Minds’ “Meeting of Minds – European ... market research, surveys and trends


Fast'food Consumption and the Ban on Advertising Targeting ...
percent in the probability of purchase. This percentage reduction implies that the ban caused a drop of $'%.+ million in revenue per year. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Cook Islands - Table 1: Percent of students who use tobacco ...
Organization (WHO) attributes some 4 million deaths a year to tobacco, ..... is indicative of the fact that the ban on advertising via the media is working. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Work resumes on capping runaway Gulf of Mexico oil well
BP vessels that evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Bonnie returned Saturday to the Deepwater Horizon well site in the Gulf of Mexico to resume permanently capping the damaged well after a three-day halt. "It's very good news," said retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, who's leading the government's spill response. Although Bonnie had weakened into a tropical depression, the storm still forced the evacuation of 10 to 15 ships and disassembly of a portion of the relief tunnel being inserted as part of the process of killing the well. That means a seven- to nine-day delay in completing the ultimate fix. On ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Memo portrays UN chief wanting control, secrecy
UNITED NATIONS — A portrait of Ban Ki-moon as a secrecy-obsessed U.N. chief seeking to wrest control of internal investigations emerges from a blistering 50-page confidential memo by his former oversight chief. The unusual memo by Inga-Britt Ahlenius, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press, describes Ban as more concerned with preventing news leaks than with releasing possible criminal evidence to prosecutors. It also details how she fought Ban's efforts to set up a competing "new investigative capacity" within the United Nations. The Swedish former auditor general also stated that the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Country report on tobacco advertising and promotion ban – Botswana
The ban on advertising in Botswana has there- fore succeeded due to the involvement of the communities for which it was intended. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Flavored Tobacco > Guidance to Industry and FDA Staff: General ...
Written comments and suggestions may be submitted at any time for FDA consideration to the Division of Dockets Management, Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, Room 1061, (HFA-305), Rockville, MD, 20852. When submitting comments, please refer to the exact title of this guidance document. Comments may not be acted upon by FDA until the document is next revised or updated.   Additional Copies Additional copies are available from the Internet at . You may also send an e-mail request to to receive an electronic copy of the guidance. This guidance represents ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Why is cigarette advertising on TV and radio banned but not ...
I understand that alcohol is not harmful in moderation, but alcohol definitely causes more deaths and social problems than cigarettes. Why don't we either ban both or allow both? Another answer is that the alcohol lobby in DC is a strong and powerful lobby. Most Congress people have a drink or 5, but a lot have stopped smoking. The tobacco companies have other markets in Asia and Europe that are welcoming American tobacco products. Also, it is taking a long time for people to associate the damage alcohol can do to you. Alcoholism, liver damage, other health concerns, and drunk driving. If the media got on alcohol as ...
Is American justice really "just" or is it based more on the ...
.They also realized that a court was a place where parties can, “inflict heavy losses on one another,” according to an article written by Kenneth Reichstein . The Bar wanted to prevent the bringing fourth of cases wherein there was no basis for their claim....   In 1972 John Bates and Van O’steen were admitted to the Arizona State Bar . Immediately after their admittance to the Bar the pair began working for the Maricopa County Legal Aid Society . After working there for a period of two years they founded their own practice. As a firm they handled cases for clients who could not qualify for government ...