New research corroborates that teens exposed to tobacco ads are more likely to smoke, and are not simply more susceptible to advertising.
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Lorillard, Inc., the third-largest tobacco maker in the U.S., is fighting to stop the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from banning menthol in cigarettes, The Wall Street Journal reported Jan. 5. Menthol cigarettes make up about 30 percent of industry…
Lorillard Inc., the third-largest tobacco maker in the U.S., depends on menthol cigarettes for about 90 percent of its sales and is fighting to stop the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from banning them.
New York, NY – The University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future study (MTF) — the largest survey on teen drug abuse tracking over 46,000 8th, 10th and 12th graders – found a huge falloff in teens’ recalled exposure to drug abuse prevention…
The Monitoring the Future study, the largest national survey on teen drug abuse, found a huge falloff in teens' recalled exposure to drug abuse prevention messages over the past seven years — even as teens report finding the messages effective.
A small Virginia company, Star Scientific Inc., is seeking approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market one of its smokeless tobacco products as less harmful than other tobacco products.
Tobacco companies will have to obtain approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for all new products brought to market, as well as some products previously released.
A spokesman for Rick Scott, the Florida governor who took office this month, said the governor was closing down the state’s Office of Drug Control, the Miami Herald reported Dec. 22. Scott campaigned on a promise to cut government waste….
Anti-smoking signs required by the city of New York have been barred by a district court judge because they violate the free speech rights of tobacco vendors.
The United States government is cracking down on the sale of drugs over the internet without prescriptions.