antismoking


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an·ti·smok·ing

 (ăn′tē-smō′kĭng, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Opposed to or prohibiting the smoking of tobacco, especially in public: an antismoking campaign; an antismoking ordinance.

antismoking

adj
intended to prevent people from smoking tobacco

an•ti•smok•ing

(ˌæn tiˈsmoʊ kɪŋ, ˌæn taɪ-)
adj.
opposed to the smoking of tobacco; promoting the discontinuance of smoking: an antismoking campaign.
[1960–65]
Translations

antismoking

adj contra el tabaco, antitabaco
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According to Pechmann's (1997) review of research studies, field and lab experiments indicate that antismoking ads can reduce underage smoking.
Members of Health Justice and the Philippine Legislators' Committee on Population and Development have been going around the country, asking voters to consider candidates in the May 13 elections who support the antismoking drive, as well as the proposed measures seeking a ban on e-cigarettes and another increase of taxes on tobacco products.
Who dare asks him to take the lead in the antismoking campaign?
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Antismoking public service announcements (PSAs) have been proved to have success in reducing smoking habits in citizens [1] and this success is also reflected by the fact that the smoking rate is decreasing in several European countries.
CVS Health and the CVS Health Foundation last year pledged $50 million over five years to bolster antismoking efforts, with an emphasis on young people.
More specifically, states that required such counseling lowered the use of antismoking drugs by one-quarter to one-third.
Tobacco products are highly regulated in the US and many state and federal government agencies sponsor antismoking campaigns.
Even though the Thai government implemented strict antismoking regulations banning smoking in public areas, imposing higher tax rates and banning tobacco sales to consumers under the age of 18, tobacco sales were still increasing.
So he unkindly describes the pious antismoking campaign as "disgracefully dishonest, thoroughly fraudulent and scientifically unsustainable".
The tournament, which promoted the theme of antismoking, was a huge success.
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