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— As the westernization of India accelerates, tobacco advertising and marketing have been linked to increased tobacco use by urban Indian children as young as 11, according to a study released today by researchers at The University of Texas School of Public Health. The study, “Associations Between Tobacco Marketing and Use Among Urban Youth In India,” is published in the May/June issue of the American Journal of Health Behavior. Findings from an earlier published study by the researchers revealed that in 2004, Indian sixth graders were using three times the amount of tobacco as eighth graders, which the authors ...
It can be consumed, used as an organic pesticide and, in the form of nicotine tartrate, it is used in some medicines. In consumption it most commonly appears in the forms of smoking , chewing , snuffing , or dipping tobacco , or snus . Tobacco has long been in use as an entheogen in the Americas. However, upon the arrival of Europeans in North America, it quickly became popularized as a trade item and as a recreational drug. This popularization led to the development of the southern economy of the United States until it gave way to cotton. Following the American Civil War , a change in demand and a change in labor force allowed ...
Russia adopts smoking kills cigarette warnings
Latest News From all Over the world, business news, World news, Sports news, Technology news, Health news, Finance news. Sunday, June 27, 2010 9:18 Russia slapped “smoking kills” warnings on cigarette packages from Saturday in an effort to crack down on an addiction kills up to 500,000 people a year and is on the rise. According to World Health Organization statistics, 60 percent of Russian men smoke and the number of smokers, particularly among young women, has been growing since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. As many as 350,000 to half a million of Russians die each year of smoking-related ... market research, surveys and trends
Blue Hampshire: Politics ::: Follow the Money: Charlie "PAC-Man" Bass
The congressional campaigns are gearing up for the last end-of-quarter fundraising push before the primary. We'll probably pay too much attention to how much they raise -- but not enough to where it comes from. Before the onslaught, let's take one last look at the first quarter filings. Campaign contributions are categorized as individual or political action committee (PAC) contributions. Nothing says Washington Insider like PAC money, and in the NH-02 congressional campaign, Charlie Bass is clearly the leader of the PACs. PACs are organized for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect and/or defeat ... market research, surveys and trends


Meme Update #23: Tobacco Advertising Update
The political fight continues over banning tobacco advertising. On September 18, 1998, The Board of Health in King County, Washington -- Seattle and environs -- voted 10-3 to allow only black and white text on all publicly visible tobacco advertisements. They completely banned any tobacco advertising within 1000 feet of a school or playground. A similar measure in neighboring Pierce County awaits an appeal to the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals after being upheld by a federal district judge last November. Pleasantly, only one member of the board parroted the inane belief that tobacco advertising doesn't do much to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MSA Update: States Fall Short January 2002
Despite an explicit ban on directing cigarette advertising at children, all three major U.S. tobacco companies selectively increased youth targeting after the prohibition was put in place in 1998 report researchers from the University of Chicago in the March/April issue of Health Affairs. Tobacco companies exploited inconsistencies between the ban and the government's definition of youth magazines in ways that enabled the industry to reach as many young readers as ever, the researchers found. They propose that the best way to reduce the exposure of children to tobacco advertising is to ban such ads from all magazines. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
UPDATE FROM THE HOUSE: House members override budget vetos
The last week of the General Assembly is always frantic and frustrating. With almost no money to spend, we all supposed it would be an uneventful session. It turned out to be the most contentious session I have experienced since I have been in the General Assembly.  On what we thought would be our last day, we said our goodbyes to colleagues who have either chosen not to run again, or to run for a higher office. We had 11 of these. After the primary we unfortunately lost three incumbents and there will be six runoffs on June 22.  Every two years we experience a change in the House body and it is sad to see some go, but ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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California Tobacco Control Update 2009
Update 2009. 4. In 2005, the tobacco industry spent 22 times more money on tobacco advertising in California than. CTCP spent on its entire program. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The purpose of this paper is to provide an update on advertising and marketing ...... governments have attempted to design alcohol and tobacco advertising ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What is the update on RJ Reynolds suing over New Tobacco Laws 2009?
Winston-Salem, NC -- R.J. Reynolds, seller of Camel cigarettes, and some other tobacco makers have filed a lawsuit saying their free-speech rights have been violated by a new tobacco law. The law gives the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate tobacco. It took effect in June. Reynolds says the act has several provisions restricting or banning truthful speech. Part of the FDA bill is designed to regulate the marketing of cigarettes. Reynolds says it seeks to protect its right to communicate with adult consumers. R.J. Reynolds is the nation's second-biggest cigarette maker behind Philip Morris USA, which ...
WikiAnswers - Tobacco and Tobacco Products Questions including ...
Native to North and South America, tobacco dates back to around 6,000 BC. Native Americans used tobacco in many different ways, including in religious practices and for medicinals. Tobacco is in the same plant family as the potato, pepper, and the poisonous nightshade. In this topic, questions about tobacco and tobacco products are asked and answered. Total questions 3400 How can you make chewing tobacco I was in USA and i bought chewing tobacco but i live in country where you can't buy this product and now i am out of it so i need someone to tell me the recipe? Tobacco plant + twist leaves into "ropes"+dry for ...