antitobacco

antitobacco

(ˌæntɪtəˈbækəʊ)
adj
(Recreational Drugs) opposed to or acting against tobacco smoking
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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.
These strategies include tobacco price increases, high-impact antitobacco mass media campaigns, comprehensive smoke-free laws, and enhanced access to help quitting tobacco to reduce smoking-related death and disease in the United States (1).
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).
This trend of early age of initiation is alarming and must be carefully addressed in the future policy making and antitobacco legislations.
She had shared her experience in a video, which was used by the Centre for its antitobacco drive to warn people against consumption of gutkha and pan masalas.
and t]he readers of one antitobacco tract were taken on a visit to the Realm of Satan, where Prime Minister Tobacco assisted King Alcohol in evil deeds.
Tobacco, he said is the cause of almost 40 per cent of cancer in men and he blamed the nonimplementation of antismoking and antitobacco laws in public places for this high rate.
CONCLUSION: The study revealed that tobacco use is prevalent among the adolescent students despite the existence of antitobacco regulations in the country.
AN ANTITOBACCO campaigner who helped pioneer smoke-free legislation nationally was among the Merseyside recipients of awards in the Queen's New Year Honours.
Martyn Willmore, performance improvement delivery manager at antitobacco office Fresh, said: "It is worrying to see smoking rates remaining at 22%.