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Bangladesh sets date for graphic-warning start-up

Bangladesh sets date for graphic-warning start-up

| September 7, 2015

Tobacco products sold in Bangladesh will have to carry graphic health warnings from March 19, according to a story in The Financial Express quoting an official of the Health Ministry. A program officer at the National Tobacco Control Cell, M. Mir Nabin Ekram, told a workshop on Friday that the pictures for the graphic warnings […]

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Majority oppose ban on smoking in hospital grounds

Majority oppose ban on smoking in hospital grounds

| September 7, 2015

Almost two-thirds of Scots oppose plans to impose a smoking ban in hospital grounds, according to a story by Scott MacNab for The Scotsman citing a Scottish Parliament survey. And a greater proportion of people are against plans for a £1,000 fine for anyone caught breaching the ban. The survey results come days after MSPs […]

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Smoking fines go to help children with cancer

Smoking fines go to help children with cancer

| September 7, 2015

Fines collected from people caught breaking the anti-smoking ordinance in force in Davao City, the Philippines, have been given to a halfway house in Mindanao that provides for children suffering from cancer, according to a story in the Manila Bulletin. After seeking the approval of the city council, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte turned over […]

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Council’s smoking ban could be unenforceable

Council’s smoking ban could be unenforceable

| September 7, 2015

A council in England has proposed banning staff from smoking during working hours – including when they are on short breaks, according to a story in The Guardian. Nottinghamshire county council, which employs 9,000 people, said the move would improve health, reduce sick leave and increase the time spent working. Anyone who broke the rules […]

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22nd Century aims for reduced exposure recognition

22nd Century aims for reduced exposure recognition

| September 4, 2015

The 22nd Century Group said yesterday that it believed its cigarettes would become the first combustible cigarettes authorized by the US Food and Drug Administration to be marketed as reduced exposure products. President and CEO, Henry Sicignano III, said his company would submit its application to the FDA this fall and looked forward to receiving […]

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China brings in restrictive tobacco advertising rules

China brings in restrictive tobacco advertising rules

| September 4, 2015

China’s revised advertisement law, which came into force on Tuesday, bans tobacco product advertising in the mass media, in public places, and on public transportation. The new law, which was approved by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress in April and which targets also the way in which products other than tobacco are […]

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