The European Society of Cardiology has released six policy recommendations on tobacco control to reduce young smoking, including observations on flavoured tobacco, non-medical nicotine products, e-cigarettes, packaging, health warnings and age restrictions.
Prevention Update: Search Result
This British Medical Journal issue covers recent research on tobacco policy. Countries include Uruguay, Spain, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Ireland, France, Norway, Belgium, USA, UK, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Canada, Australia and The Netherlands
This aims to examine the prevalence of smoker support for a ban on cigarette sales in 10 years time and increased regulation of the tobacco industry and to investigate the independent associations of support for these measures.
This examines the impact of cigarette minimum price laws on the retail price of cigarettes in the USA
This study assessed the effects of pictorial health warning labels (HWLs) and a linked media campaign in Mexico.
This longitudinal cohort survey investigate the links between health warning labels (WLs) on cigarette packets and relapse among recently quit smokers.
Design Prospective .
Setting Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA.
This study evaluates retailer's compliance and consumer's perceptions of and experiences with the point-of-sale (POS) tobacco display ban in Norway, implemented 1 January 2010.
This examines whether the nationwide smoking ban, imposed in 2007, had an impact on the profitability of Belgian restaurants.
This study estimates the relative contribution of policies between 1998 and 2010 to reductions in smoking prevalence by 2010 and models the impact of implementing stronger policies on smoking prevalence and smoking-attributable mortality in Ireland.
This paper traces the evolution of patterns of demand for cigarettes and other tobacco products in Spain over the period 2005–2011 in order to assess the impact of such tax loopholes.