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Smoking no longer cool for teenagers but e-cigarettes remain a threat

| August 20, 2015

It used to be a rite of passage. In the 1980s, one in four teenagers smoked cigarettes weekly and many went on to get hooked.

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Vintage Camel Campaign

| March 25, 2014

Vintage Camel Campaign
Since Camel is no longer allowed to publish content in public media such as TV, Radio or Movie theaters, Camel has developed a original campaign based in the design of their cigarette packs and the camel silhouette. Apart from that, Camel organizes a strong public relationship campaign.

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Filipinos Spend 0.8 % of Their Expenses on Cigarettes

| January 2, 2013

Filipinos  cigarette smokingThe sin tax reform procedure will certainly increase the prices of cigarettes and alcoholic beverages, but there won’t be an instant and noticeable drop in the number of smokers quitting the habit simply because for instance a stick of Marlboro Red has become much more expensive. However government representatives are convinced that the action, expecting President Benigno S. Aquino signature, will sooner or later reduce cigarette use. “The sin tax regulation will boost taxes for tobacco products and alcoholic drinks. It will consequently increase the price of cigarettes and drinking,” Finance Assistant Secretary Ma. Teresa Habitan stated in an interview.

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Smokers Smoke Even in Hospital

| November 6, 2012

cheap ok cigsApproximately one in five smokers continued to smoke tobacco while hospitalized, an observational research in a large urban hospital found. In general, 18.4 percent (95% CI 16.8 to 20) of patients who smoked cigs before admission also reported cigarettes use during their inpatient stay, in spite of the fact that almost two-thirds were given nicotine patches, according to Susan Regan, PhD, of Harvard Medical School in Boston, and colleagues. This represented a drop from 25 percent of inpatients who smoked tobacco during hospitalization a decade earlier, the scientists noted online in Archives of Internal Medicine.

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British Teens Take Drugs, and Smoking Less

| July 27, 2012

discount virginia cigarettesBritish teens are taking drugs, drinking alcohol and smoking cigs at a lower rate than they did a year ago, according to a recent study from the National Health Service’s Health and Social Care Information Centre, or HSCIC. Create a personal senior housing list with our search. Search Nursing Homes to find U.S. News-rated facilities. For other types of senior housing, you can access Seniors for Living’s list of thousands of additional facilities. Drug consumption among youngsters between the ages of 11 and 15 decreased by approximately 12 per cent over the past 10 years, one in six (17 percent) of the kids in this age group declared that they took drugs in 2011, in comparison to 29 per cent in 2001. Among 15-year-olds, the percentage plunged from 39 per cent to 23 per cent.

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