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Both celebrities and fans can accidentally wind up marketing smoking to young social media users, which is why truth created the erase and replace tool, allowing users to replace the cigarettes in photos with something more positive. Users can upload an
Teenagers are being encouraged to smoke by Love Island, the hugely popular ITV reality show, a public health charity has warned. The series triggered more than three times as many complaints about tobacco use as for its infamous sex scenes and was descri
They cited a rise in smoking in Oscar-nominated films and research that showed cigarettes appeared in Love Island every five minutes on average, with the Lucky Strike brand appearing 16 times. This year, 86% of Oscar-nominated films contained someone smo
Researchers found cigarette use is more prominent in Netflix shows – like Stranger Things, which had 182 scenes featuring characters lighting up – than it is in broadcast and cable television. Health advocates warn the findings are alarming given the s
the majority of 2018 Oscar nominees in major categories — 86 percent — feature tobacco imagery on screen, which has been proven to initiate smoking among youth…. an increase in instances of tobacco imagery over nominees in previous years. Over the past
Russia’s consumer rights agency Rospotrebnadzor fined violators of anti-tobacco legislation about 124 million rubles ($2.2 million) in 2017, the watchdog reported Tuesday. In total, 12,600 lawbreakers were fined including about 4,000 citizens, 3,300 sell
And now that I think of it, both Alan King and George Peppard died of smoking-related illnesses. Perhaps this rant merits some re-thinking. I’ll think about it tonight, when I’m huffing and puffing.
Mary Beard, professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, told the Mail on Sunday: “It only adds to the temptation if you ask me,” while the royal biographer Hugo Vickers suggested that the film-makers should have added a further line stating: “S
Another history expert, Sir Richard Evans, saw the anti-smoking message as pointless, telling the British paper, “I don’t suppose the film will prompt many to rush out and buy cigars.” Hugo Vickers, a Winston Churchill biographer, noted the Darkest Hour