Published on February 8th, 2011 11:13

Smoking Ban for Bars and Restaurants in North Carolina

Despite hot arguments that lead to an offer to ban smoking in restaurants and bars, government officials stated that the state’s indoor smoking ban was implemented with some problems this year.From January, 2 restaurant or bar visitors will not have the right to smoke over dinner after the Tobacco Road state will adopt restrictions ...

Published on February 3rd, 2011 12:34

FDA Requires Tobacco Companies on New Ingredient Rules

In a few months, all tobacco manufacturers will have to inform the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about their new additives and other changes in the majority of their products, thus allowing the agency to eradicate ingredients that make tobacco products more additive and harmful.The FDA was appointed to gather information by the 200 ...

Published on January 21st, 2011 13:55

The Outlook for Smoking in 2011

Will smoking trend grow across the world this year or we finally get rid of the pernicious habit?In a recent report Citigroup experts believe that smoking rates will continue to decline steadily this year, as smokers across the world are quitting. The analysts have estimated that in case the downward trend continues, smoking rate may fal ...

Published on January 13th, 2011 11:08

King County prohibit public e-cigarette use

Five years ago citizens of Washington voted to prohibit smoking of all kinds of tobacco products in all public venues. Now King County is eager to include one more thing to ban: electronic cigarettes.According to the law implemented in 2006, smoking was prohibited in all indoor public places since environmental tobacco smoke triggers can ...

Published on January 6th, 2011 10:45

New Yorkers Want to Buy Cheap Cigarettes Products

Sales of taxed tobacco products have dropped significantly by 27% statewide since the highest tobacco tax in the nation secured a footing in July. Compliant tobacco dealers have sold approximately 30 million packages of cigarettes in each of the last four months, some 11 million fewer than before governor Paterson when the state tax on to ...

Published on December 22nd, 2010 11:11

Sales of nicotine replacement therapy products is Increasing

Sales of nonprescription nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products seem to have raised after the government increased taxes on tobacco products.The excise tax on tobacco was raised to 25% from $60 a kilo. The tax increase raised tobacco products prices by about $5 per packet of 20 cigarettes. “Two months before the tax increase, ...

Published on December 14th, 2010 11:35

Global Tobacco Industry

Global Tobacco Industry sells approximately 6 trillion cigarettes annually. Tobacco industry is one of the highest-concentrated industries across the world, with the major part of international tobacco market being controlled by several corporations. Last year the total value of global tobacco market was approximately $614 billion.China ...

Published on December 7th, 2010 14:28

FDA may ban menthol cigarettes

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is thinking to prohibit menthol cigarettes. As the target groups are African-Americans and youngsters, menthol cigarettes become a more disputable product than regular tobacco products. Menthol cigarettes are smoked by about three-quarters of African-American people, according to a Nicotine and Tobac ...

Published on November 26th, 2010 11:19

Fulton Implements Smoking Ban in Indoor Place

Recently a ban on smoking in indoor places such as restaurants, workplaces and bars was approved in Fulton with 53.85 percent of the vote. “I knew that very soon we would reach our goal. We worked hard to make our community healthier. I am also very proud of Fulton citizens who have proved once again that they are ready to change th ...

Published on November 19th, 2010 11:53

Smoking rates highest among Native Americans

In 2009, almost one-quarter of Native Americans smoked tobacco products. The Native American Heritage Month and Lung Cancer Awareness Month, EX proposes a free method to fight against the smoking addiction.According to the latest research approximately 6 million of people worldwide will die from tobacco related diseases in 2010, EX start ...

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