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Mar 11 16

Shipments of Altria Products are Declining

Altria Group announced several days ago that it intends to get rid of jobs within a cost-savings program that will save the company $300 million yearly.

Feb 12 16

E-cigs ‘could damage airways more than traditional cigarettes

Smoking e-cigarettes may damage the lungs and throat more than traditional cigarettes, a new study warned.

Jan 14 16

Tobacco Yields Declining

Tobacco yields have been increasing since 2008, based on information extracted from the Tobacco Industry marketing board (TIMB).

Dec 10 15

E-cigarettes found to contain more harmful chemicals

Beginning Jan. 1, Oregonians will no longer be allowed to use vaporizers or electronic cigarettes inside public buildings, including bars and restaurants.

Aug 20 15

Green Tea Cigarettes Are Now a Thing

The manufacturer hopes the 100% green tea, no-nicotine cigarettes can be used to quit smoking. This is This Is Now A Thing, where we check out the science behind new health trends.

May 28 15

Indonesian Increases Tobacco Taxes from 56 % to 65 %

Beginning January 1, 2015, the government will legally increase tobacco excise from 56 % to 65 % as part of actions to dissuade smoking.

Mar 16 15

Imperial Tobacco’s Yearly Cigarette Volume Dropped by 7%

Britain’s Imperial Tobacco, the producer of Davidoff, Richmond, West and Gauloises cigarettes, claimed these days that annual net profits boosted by 57 %, raised partially by a great cost-cutting drive.

Feb 18 15

E-cigarettes need regulation to protect the public

E-cigarettes and the liquids used inside them need to be regulated to protect the public, according to the World Health Organisation.

Dec 1 14

E-cigarettes a bigger cancer risk than smoking tobacco

E-cigarettes contain up to 10 times the level of cancer-causing agents in regular tobacco, Japanese scientists say, in the latest blow to an invention once heralded as less harmful than smoking.

Oct 15 14

How To Quit Smoking: Stick Your Head In A Can Of Cigarette Butts

About 50 years ago, a young psychology professor by the name of Walter Mischel was walking around Stanford Medical School, when suddenly he had the smoker scared out of him.