|Doctors Worldwide Take Action Against Tobacco
|The World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA) will launch its Global Call to Action on Tobacco at the 16th WONCA
World Congress of Family Doctors scheduled for May in Durban.
|Tobacco securitization may work in Wisconsin
|The state Committee on Human Services and Aging held an informational public hearing on tobacco securitization at the Capitol yesterday.
|Tobacco Lozenges In The Works At Star Scientific
|Chewing, spitting, puffing are all actions associated with tobacco. But sucking?
|Philip Morris Profits Higher
|Boosted by increased market share for its premium cigarette brands, Philip Morris' profits rose 4 percent in the last quarter, the Associated Press reported April 17.
|Indiana Court Rules in Favor of Industry
|The tobacco industry has prevailed in another sick-smoker case, with the Indiana Supreme Court upholding a jury verdict dating back to 1996.
|Proposal would divert tobacco-prevention money
|Seventh-graders Dijon Duke and Andy Grams stood in front of the video camera, glared into the lens and said together: ``Thanks, Big Tobacco, for trying to kill us.''
|Tobacco Settlement Revenue Reaches 9M
|Revenues from Missouri's share of the national tobacco settlement now stand at 9 million, KMBC 9 News reported.
|HealthMedia(R) and Georgetown University Launch Campus-Wide Smoking Cessation Program
|WASHINGTON, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthMedia, Inc., a leading-edge
lifestyle management and disease prevention company, together with Georgetown
University, announced today the launch of a unique, campus-wide smoking
cessation program, HealthMedia(
|Ecuador drops anti-tobacco suit, Philip Morris says
|MIAMI, April 17 (Reuters) - Ecuador's government has dropped a lawsuit against U.S. cigarette makers blamed for economic losses caused by lung cancer and other tobacco-related illnesses, tobacco-giant Philip Morris said on Tuesday.
|Indianaâ€™s Health Will Improve With a Tobacco Tax Increase
|Washington, DC - The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids strongly supports the proposal by Indiana Governor Frank Oâ€™Bannon to increase the state cigarette tax by 50 cents a pack. Gov. Oâ€™Bannonâ€™s plan would reduce tobacco use among children, boost the sta
|Falling tobacco sales could hurt state programs
|Declining profits at the nationâ€™s four big tobacco
companies could spell trouble for Nevadaâ€™s health
programs and Millennium Scholarship recipients.