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In 1990, the tobacco industry helped make smoking a civil right in Kentucky. Now some powerful interests want to reverse that. But will denying smokers jobs help them quit?
Multinational companies (MNCs) in the tobacco sector are allegedly flourishing at the cost of Pakistan’s economic interests owing to glaring flaws in the taxation mechanism coupled with an absence of practicable laws to effectively regulate the functionin
Of course, it’s not all the smokers’ faults. According to a BMJ article by scholars Elizabeth Smith and Patricia McDaniel, the tobacco industry has been aware of the issue for years. Manufacturers, concerned that the litter problem might lead to greater r
“2019 will be a make-or-break year for alternative tobacco product manufacturers to regain control of the flavors debate,” said Stefanie Miller of Height Capital Markets in a note Friday. If they don’t succeed on this front, these companies could face g
The three bills look to broaden the definition of smoking devices and ban the sale of flavored vaping liquids, as well as call for tobacco retailers to post information about smoking risks and cessation and carry nicotine replacement products such as pat
Students are split on the necessity of proposed FDA regulations that would affect the sale of Juuls and other e-cigarettes. The proposed regulations follow an FDA probe which revealed possible targeting of minors by e-cigarette companies as well as insta
But the very molecules that make Randy delicious also could make it dangerous. The juice — named after a character in the Canadian TV series “Trailer Park Boys” — contains high levels of two chemicals known to cause permanent and sometimes fatal lung dise
“We have experienced a 16-percent cut in production and sale of tobacco products and by the end of the year the number would reach 30 percent,” said the Head of Tobacco Products Manufacturers Exporters and Importers Association Mohammad Reza Tajdar, Tren
details of Rs60-billion tax evasion by the cigarette industry to NAB headquarters for further probe. Sources told The Express Tribune that the Regional Board in its meeting reviewed the case and decided that NAB should investigate it further as the magnit
In 1963, a year in which U.S. smokers burned through a then-record 523 billion cigarettes, a scrap metal dealer from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, invented a revolutionary alternative. “I call it the ‘Smokeless,’” Herbert A. Gilbert, then a two-pack-a-da