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NZ expressed its strong support for the Smoke-free Environments (Tobacco Plain Packaging) Amendment Bill as a measure that will help reduce the uptake of smoking, and urged parliament to implement the new law without delay. Children need to be
Maine (AP) One of Maine's most popular tourist destinations may soon be smoke-free. The Cape Elizabeth Town Council is holding a hearing Monday to discuss a proposal to ban tobacco use at Fort Williams Park home of Portland Head Light. Under the
A group of University of the West Indies students have taken it up on themselves to visit events on campus to preach against cigarette smoking...The group has already visited several events on the Mona Campus, where they have handed out informative
Apr 2014 Electronic cigarettes have made their way onto college campuses, and some students are trading in their traditional smokes for these trendy new devices. However, these new gadgets are the subject of a brewing debate, and many institutions
North Dakota health officials are launching a campaign against secondhand smoke in multi-unit housing. The North Dakota Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy says the campaign encourages the implementation of smoke-free housing policies to
Prime-time television dramas are less smoke friendly than they were in the 1950s. According to a study published online in the journal Tobacco Control on Thursday, there has been a dramatic decline in visibility of tobacco products on prime-time U.S.
The Patrick Administration is moving to stamp out smoking in public housing. The Department of Housing and Community Development on Thursday issued guidelines to all 240 local housing authorities urging them to develop smoke-free housing policies
The city of Santee recently received a failing grade from the American Lung Association for allowing people to smoke in city parks. In response, Mayor Randy Voepel wore all black and a cigar tie to a recent City Council meeting...Here's the dealI'm
The rankings she is referring to are from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's annual county health rankings, released last week, which showed 28 percent of Harford adults were obese as of 2010 and 18 percent of Harford adults use tobacco, as
April 1 all national parks and administrative areas as well as parks and green spaces set aside by county and city governments for public recreation, are non-smoking areas where smoking cigarettes, cigars and other tobacco products is forbidden.