Jessica Miller | November 4, 2011
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will spend nearly $600 million over the next five years to educate consumers about the dangers of smoking best quality Style cigarettes. The primary goal of the campaign is to reduce the 443,000 annual U.S. deaths attributed to tobacco, Dr. Lawrence Deyton, director of the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, told the Associated Press.
Jessica Miller | January 25, 2011
Last summer, the University at Buffalo banned smoking Cigaronne on its three campuses. Last month, Columbia University approved a measure that prohibits smoking within 20 feet of buildings. And on Monday, the trustees of the City University of New York, the largest urban higher-education system in the country, voted to forbid smoking on all 23 of its campuses, from the College of Staten Island to Lehman College in the Bronx.
Jessica Miller | December 22, 2010
Roughly 13 percent of San Franciscans still smoke tobacco according to a report released by the California Department of Public Health yesterday. The Examiner notes that figure is down from the 19.5 percent of San Franciscans who smoked in the last days of Joe Camel in 1996.
Jessica Miller | December 17, 2010
According to the Center for Disease Control, 21.4 percent of people aged 18 to 24 years smoke tobacco. Today everyone knows smoking is an unhealthy habit, so why do people still smoke Kent? Penn State experts say several factors play a part.
Jessica Miller | December 9, 2010
Californians may breathe easier because so few of us smoke tobacco, but our health still may suffer because our air remains the most polluted in the United States, according to a report released Tuesday. The 21st annual “America’s Health Rankings” report puts California 26th among states in overall health, based on 22 measures.