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The federal government in Ottawa is looking into new regulations that would force tobacco companies to apply labels not just on the packaging but also on the cigarette itself, CTV News is reporting. The new labels would be variations of messaging in the
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has announced that effective November 1, 2018, all tobacco and tobacco products in Ghana will bear Pictorial Health Warnings (PHW) with emissions and constituents on their packages.
this week we’re holding a two-day public meeting to discuss the policies and processes for tobacco product application review. The discussion on the tobacco product review process is important because the regulatory review of individual products gives the
There is extensive evidence to show that health warning labels on tobacco product packaging help protect the general well-being and health of a population and more and more countries are now serious about public health are following the guidelines as lai
The FDA has finalized a rule—commonly referred to as the “deeming rule”—extending its authority to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah tobacco, and pipe tobacco, among others. The FDA’s series of webinars will help tobacco retai
said in court documents Friday the earliest it can finish revamping tobacco warning labels is summer 2021, explaining the government can’t rush building an arsenal…
Health numeracy plays an important role in an individual’s ability to understand and respond to health risks. Smokers with lower health numeracy had greater quit-related reactions to pictorial health warnings than those who viewed text-only warning label
An international report released today by the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) shows there is tremendous momentum worldwide for tobacco plain packaging. There are now 25 countries and territories moving forward with plain packaging, with 9 having adopted the
supporters of the World Health Organization’s convention also say that tobacco industry “interference” and new products are the top threat to the accord. Nearly 140 parties to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control opened a six-day meeting Monday. O