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World Health Organization Western Pacific 22h
"Today's teenagers are tomorrow's potential regular customers" The tobacco industry is targeting the next generation of smokers. against tobacco.
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McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer Jul 7
We're thrilled to support Evelyn, who is pursuing policy measures to protect youth in Sierra Leone from use and second-hand smoke. Find out more about Evelyn's important work. ➡️
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Jul 8
has been aggressive in charting avenues to ensnare the to through strategic advertising & promotion influencing young persons to begin using & tobacco products
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SEATCA Jul 7
If tobacco ads aren’t made for the youth, why are they filled with elements that appeal particularly to them?* Those are the question to ask when you want . And there’s more of that at . *
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Jul 6
Plain packaging will contribute to achieving broader goals in by discouraging non-smokers & from taking up , encouraging current to quit, & promoting a lifestyle
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SEATCA Jul 2
The tobacco industry keeps trumpeting the many ways they are supposedly helping create a smoke-free world. In our opinion, they’re all just hot air. Go to to learn more about .
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sriamanfm Jul 4
Your best course of action to keep your lungs safe is by NOT inhaling tobacco smoke or vaping. 🚭 Keep your lungs clear and healthy, and quit those unhealthy habits! 🙅🏽 It’s time to get for the…
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HealthJustice Jul 1
The tobacco industry is targeting new generation with their tricks. Includes direct and indirect advertising, promotion, sponsorship and other marketing tactics.
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OPMS Jul 8
Fight teen , lung injury, clinical depression and Big Tobacco's traps.
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Carlos Roberto Jaén Jul 2
Tobacco smoke is a excellent way to spread COVID 19. Let's help our smokers stop with effective treatments in the middle of the pandemic.
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Nada India Foundation Jul 1
Network for Peer led Drug and Alcohol Prevention: Vipon: A person Living with NCDs shares his journe...
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SEATCA Jul 8
Time to put the cigarettes down and move towards a better future.
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T Barron (RB Reviews) Jul 1
Plain packaging, does not stop anything. It's like polishing a turd. You don't care about health warnings much either in addiction. Ignorance and addiction are closely related.
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Sonja Marx 13h
Of course, it's the only option that vapers who live in one of the tobacco-dependent states have left. The other one would be going back to smoking. The stock market shows that tobacco stocks are already increasing in value. And smoking rates too.
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OPMS Jul 3
Bravo, Iowa! Bold move in the battle against teen , lung injury, tobacco-related diseases, death, and Big Tobacco's traps. Where's Louisiana's law?
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Andy Rowell Jul 2
Big Tobacco's secret EU exposed. Once again EU Commission found wanting. Despite Article 5.3, Commission had dozens of meetings & correspondence with tobacco industry on health & tax & trade
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SEATCA Jul 1
When the industry says it wants a world, it won't compromise...on its cigarette-driven profits.* That’s that the tobacco industry is keeping under wraps. For more facts, go to
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OPMS Jul 3
President of Matt Myers talks about helping more users quit and also about and .
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Daniel Dorado Jul 2
Such an honor was able to co-organized, participate and share with incredible experts accross the Latin America Region. Thanks for this incredible collaboration! Keep tuned for more webinars
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SSEAC Jul 2
🇮🇩 Check out this article by our soil scientist about the dark history of slavery and racism in Indonesia during the Dutch colonial period!
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