Population-specific Community-based Cancer Screening May Discourage Smoking
Alexandria, VA - Large, population specific community-based screening may increase awareness of the dangers of smoking cigarettes and reduce at-risk behaviors, according to a new study in the November 2011 issue of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. While the World Health Organizations estimates that 60 to 80% of head and neck cancers could be curbed by changing at-risk behaviors, such as cigarettes use, our national programs to date have had little impact reducing these mortalities. To change this statistic and control costs, the June 2011 Affordable Care Act, (PL 111 - 148) mandated...
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Dear Customers! Christmas at our online Cigarettes Store: a fairy-tale is getting closer! We hope that the coming year will bring you peace, good health, good cheer and prosperity. Each year during the holiday season we take great pleasure in sending a heartfelt message to our dear customers. How joyful we are that this time has come again to extend to you our sincere gratitude because it is great customers like you that make our business possible. At this Holiday Season Our Thoughts Turn Gratefully to Those Who Make our Progress Possible! OUR PRICES ARE MELTING! The best cheapest...
California Increases Efforts To Regulate Tobacco Sales
Earlier this week, the California Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit against Huber Enterprise Smoke Shop, a tribal buy cigarette online shop located on the Wiyot Table Bluff Reservation, and its owner, Ardith Huber, claiming the cheap cigarette online shop’s sales of untaxed, non-fire-safe-certified, off-directory cheap cigarettes to non-Native Americans beyond the reservation’s boundaries violates California law, including California’s Unfair Competition Law. Huber’s attorney claims the state lacks jurisdiction over the tribal tobacco shop because Huber is a Native...
MSU OKs Strict Ban On Tobacco
Tobacco’s days are numbered at Montana State University. More than two dozen campus leaders voted unanimously at Wednesday’s University Council meeting to approve a policy that will ban smoking cigarettes, chewing cigarettes store and all discount cigarette online products starting Aug. 1, 2012. Once it takes effect, students, employees, guests, conference attendees and contractors won’t be allowed to use tobacco on the Bozeman campus. The ban will apply even in personal cars, at football games, inside or outside of dorms, in university-owned or -leased buildings or on sidewalks...
A Proposed City Smoking Ban
Civilization has been engaging in the same general argument for thousands of years, says Jasper LiCalzi, professor of political economy at the College of Idaho: How do you answer the wishes of a majority without trampling the rights of individuals? That question has come up several times in the past year for Boise city leaders. First came panhandling: Where is the line between a person’s right to ask for money and a business owner’s not to have beggars discouraging customers? Playing in the Boise River, too, has been an issue. What’s the line between rowdy river jumpers, who say...