Monthly Archives: January 2014

Another Marlboro Man Rides Into the Sunset

… the Marlboro Man was the brainchild of an advertising campaign to make the new filtered cigarettes appear more masculine. Continue reading

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It’s Expensive for Everyone When You Smoke

When the first Surgeon General’s report in 1964 linking smoking to cancer was released it was called “one of the most important documents in the U.S. public health history.”   The results from more than 8,000 documents had been analyzed … Continue reading

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State of Tobacco Control 2014: Florida

We can’t take baby steps when the tobacco industry is charge ahead. Continue reading

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The 1964 Surgeon General Report

… the first report on the health effects of smoking was released by the U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry and alerted us to the damage caused by smoking. Continue reading

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Regulating E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes… have an alarming side: the number of high school students using the product has doubled in the past year. Continue reading

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We Are Half Way There

The Florida Statewide Tobacco Prevention and Intervention Online Course is the only state-wide resource in which teachers can earn 60 points toward certificate renewal… Continue reading

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