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Tobaccos in Medical News

Study finds that tobacco companies changed design of cigarettes without alerting smokers

...or example, new methods were developed to process tobacco, altering the smoke chemistry and the form of nicotine delivery, and the levels of processed tobaccos were regularly adjusted within brands. Despite the constant innovation of tobacco products, which in many cases have exceeded the levels of accepta...

Lighting up the powerful global smoking lobby

...ervices, and now Hallmark Marketing Services, assists the INFOTAB-backed and industry supported International Tobacco Growers Association in promoting tobaccos economic importance in developing nations. Policymakers should be aware that although these associations claim to represent only national or region...

New report estimates 12 million cancer cases worldwide

...es of only 48 to 62 percent in Central American countries. Special Section: The Tobacco Epidemic The publication includes a special section on tobaccos increasing toll. An estimated five million people worldwide died from tobacco use in the year 2000. Of these, about 30 percent (1.42 million) resulted...

New report estimates 12 million cancer deaths worldwide

...es of only 48 to 62 percent in Central American countries. Special Section: The Tobacco Epidemic The publication includes a special section on tobaccos increasing toll. An estimated five million people worldwide died from tobacco use in the year 2000. Of these, about 30 percent (1.42 million) resulted...

Scotland Plans To Raise The Legal Age For Buying Cigarettes

...stions like imposing fines to the stores that sell tobacco to minors and introducing negative licensing law, which would ban stores repeatedly selling tobaccos to minors. Mr. Kerr added: "I'm sure we have to be much more assertive around controlling those who sell cigarettes to those who are clearly under...
Tobaccos in Biological News

Women's health-related scientific findings presented by University of Pittsburgh researchers

...icularly in undeveloped countries and among disadvantaged populations. Among the findings being presented are: Obstetricians quick to point out tobaccos dangers; less likely to talk about alcohol, drugs A study of conversational points covered during patients first obstetric visits has revealed th...
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