anticigarette

anticigarette

(ˌæntɪˌsɪɡəˈrɛt)
adj
opposing cigarette smoking
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This report is limited to anticigarette smoking messages specifically and does not consider media messages aimed at the use of other types of smoked tobacco.
The findings of this research, completed in the 1950s, produced anticigarette campaigns by the American Cancer Society, the American Lung Association, and the American Heart Association, and a wave of consumer litigation.
In 1999 Warne lost a pounds 500,000 anticigarette contract for smoking.
The anticigarette lobby, out in force, attempted to coerce, cajole and somnambulize Longs executives into discontinuing the sale of cigarettes at Longs drug stores, while acknowledging that the company has been laudably aggressive in informing customers about the dangers of smoking.
This study used the Cycle III of the Health Examination Survey to examine the impacts of higher cigarette prices and anticigarette advertising on teenage (ages 12-17 years) cigarette smoking.