|Applebee's and Johnny Carino's Restaurants Go Smokefree
|Kentucky-based Thomas & King, the nation's 11th-largest restaurant-franchise operator, announced yesterday that all of its Applebee's and Johnny Carino's restaurants will go smokefree by the end of May. The restaurants are located in Kentucky, Ohio, Indi
|Smokefree NYC Hotel Enjoys 100% Occupancy
|Midtown Comfort Inn sold out from March 30 to May 8
|Smoking at work 'kills hundreds'
|Second-hand tobacco smoke at work kills hundreds of Britons each year - including almost one hospitality industry worker a week, a study says.
|Tobacco products kill 3.5m people every yr
|ADHUNIK, CAT and UN Information Centre jointly organised 'Meet the Press' programme at the Dhaka Reporters' Unity in city Thursday ahead of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, reports UNB.
|Region 'rejects public smoking'
|A survey in the East Midlands has found strong opposition to smoking in public places.
|Roswell (NM) Goes Smokefree
|After three hours of public comments, the Roswell (NM) City Council voted unanimously in favor of smokefree workplace legislation, including smokefree restaurants and bars. The ordinance also applies to lodges, fraternal organizations and country clubs.
|Passive smoke link to miscarriage
|The chances of a miscarriage rise sharply if a woman's partner smokes heavily during her pregnancy, research has found.
|Sweden Parliament Votes 245 to 45 for Smokefree Air
|STOCKHOLM: The Swedish parliament voted last Wednesday in favor of a government proposal to clear the air in bars and restaurants starting on June 1, 2005. Lawmakers approved the proposal by 245 votes to 45, despite objections from the Swedish hotel and
|Cigarette Tax Cuts Smoking
|Survey: Number Of NYC Smokers Dropped By 11 Percent
|Cigarettes, Food Causing More Deaths
|An article entitled "Actual Causes of Death in the United States, 2000," published in the March 10 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, indicates that tobacco use and obesity - caused by poor diet and physical inactivity - are the num
|Sexual dysfunction? Give up smoking please!
|Smokers are having 50 percent higher risk of getting sexual dysfunction, according to the survey results announced by the University of Hong Kong (HKU) on Tuesday.