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2 hrs ago | Border Mail
Shannon Moscardo , Ian Hardinge and Chris Woutersz at Wagga railway station. Picture: DAILY ADVERTISER NSW Health staff visited Albury train station last week and issued five $300 fines and three cautions to people smoking in banned areas.
6 hrs ago | WBTV
Mecklenburg County commissioners are scheduled to hear from the public Tuesday about a proposed ban on smoking on government grounds and all tobacco use including electronic cigarettes at county parks, greenways and golf courses.
10 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Biddeford, Maine a A baseball fan took up smoking a century ago and with it acquired another habit: holding onto little cards that bore the faces of baseball's earliest greats.
13 hrs ago | CiteULike
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17 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Disneyland has always been a family friendly atmosphere. Walt Disney liked his brand to have a squeaky clean image, even though he himself had flaws.
From today the Canberra and Calvary Hospital campuses, as well as National Capital Private Hospital and John James Hospital are all covered by the smoking ban.
A machine that pulses deep regions of the brain with magnetic current may help heavy smokers quit the habit, an Israeli study shows.
The Cancer Action Network at the American Cancer Society analyzed the state's efforts to combat cancer through screenings, tobacco taxes, smoking bans and restrictions on tanning booths.
College students said they are upset over new state legislation Governor Pat Quinn recently signed into law banning smoking on public college campuses.
FIRE chiefs have warned against smoking in bed after three people were led to safety after a cigarette burnt out.
T he Snohomish Health District is seeking preliminary public comment on a proposal to adopt and amend the state Smoking in Public Places law.
A recent study by a Georgia State University scientist and her colleagues with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that youth who have never even touched a regular tobacco cigarette -- but have ever used e-cigarettes -- are more likely to report that they may try conventional cigarettes.
China must act now to tackle the growing challenges posed by injuries, mental illness, obesity , smoking, environmental pollution and other public health threats or face the huge toll of largely preventable health loss suffered by high-income countries, warn experts in a Review published as part of a Lancet themed issue on China.
The World Health Organization is calling for major regulations on the e-cigarette industry, including a ban on indoor smoking.
Designed to simulate smoking, electronic cigarettes continue to grow in popularity but uncertainty over possible Health Canada regulations and restrictions by other regulators are raising concerns for the industry in Canada.
Cigarette smoking kills approximately 440,000 Americans each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 06:51 pm
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