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“This product is not a safe alternative to cigarettes.” That warning, however, obscured an important distinction — that cigarettes are much more harmful to health than smokeless tobacco products — and over the 30-plus years since, the American public has
Smoking rate has fallen most sharply among young adults / Middle-aged adults now more likely to smoke than youngest adults / Sixteen percent of U.S. adults say they smoked a cigarette in the past week, by one percentage point the lowest level on record s
Americans see each of four tobacco-based products — cigarettes, chewing tobacco, cigars and pipes — as being much more harmful to people who use them than marijuana and e-cigarettes, commonly known as vaping.
Juul’s market share increased from 68 percent to 70.5 percent in the four-week period that ended July 14. Meanwhile, Vuse’s market share dropped from 11.5 percent to 10.8 percent even as it lowered some product pricing to drive sales. Juul, made by Juu
I beg to move, That this House considered the Tobacco Control Plan. Last year—how time flies!—in response to a question from my shadow on the Opposition Front Bench, the hon. Member for Washington and Sunderland West (Mrs Hodgson), I confirmed my inten
Smokers are upset about the policy because not only can you not smoke inside, but they also can’t smoke on their porches. They have to be several feet away from the home and for some, that means being on the street. Signs are popping up in public housi
In light of China’s decision to respond to the investigation by imposing duties on U.S. goods…..Cigars, cheroots and cigarillos containing tobacco, each valued less than 15 cents… Cigarettes containing tobacco and clove / Cigarettes containing tobacc
Two of Pruitt’s new appointees helped companies defend their products or fight restrictions on secondhand smoke… Graham got his $25,000 and later served as an adviser to The Advancement for Sound Science Coalition, a group created by Philip Morris to
Two of Pruitt’s new appointees helped companies defend their products or fight restrictions on secondhand smoke, and another sought more than $300,000 in tobacco industry funding but was rejected. John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Pub
These are just a few examples from our state fact sheets, which highlight the most up-to-date information on each state. They include cigarette, cigar, smokeless and e-cigarette use rates for adults and high school students, state funding for prevention