antitobacco

antitobacco

(ˌæntɪtəˈbækəʊ)
adj
(Recreational Drugs) opposed to or acting against tobacco smoking
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Antitobacco groups sued the FDA to speed up the process, and last June, a federal judge set a deadline of next May for all companies to submit their vaping products for federal review.
Despite this, the UK's antitobacco laws are some of the toughest in the world.
Proven tobacco control interventions, including tobacco price increases, comprehensive smoke-free laws, high-impact antitobacco mass media campaigns that promote free cessation resources like state quitlines, and barrier-free access to evidence-based cessation treatments, can work together to prompt smokers to make quit attempts and to give them a better chance of quitting successfully (2,3).
Risa Hontiveros noted that health officials and antitobacco advocates deemed it more appropriate to use the term 'electronic nicotine delivery system,' or ENDS, to refer to vapes and other similar products instead of the word 'vapor products.'
The Ministry of Health is taking a tough step against the Surya Tobacco Company, which is avoiding implementation of the antitobacco directives.
How Do Antitobacco Campaign Advertising and Smoking Status Affect Beliefs and Intentions'?
These results are correlated with a previous study, which tested how the use of threatening and scary components in antitobacco messages increased mainly cognitive and emotional processes [95].
A study conducted with students in India showed that antitobacco awareness programs have a potential in increasing the awareness of students concerning the dangers of smoking [41].
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced this year that its antitobacco regulation would be fully geared towards harm reduction, while New Zealand's Ministry of Health has also recently endorsed the use of electronic cigarettes.
(9) A related instance occurred in Australia, when the antitobacco lobby successfully blocked the use of company trademarks, forcing "plain packaging" and devaluing the tobacco company's intellectual property by justifying the legislative change as a public health issue (Davidson 2015).
To strengthen implementation of COTPA, the Government of India enacted pilot-based National Tobacco Control Programme (NTCP) by setting up tobacco control cells at state levels for effective implementation and monitoring of antitobacco laws and initiatives [4].