Saved by the bell: the role of telephone helpline services in the context of mass-media anti-smoking campaigns
Youth access: the baby and the bath water
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Thailand: winning battles, but the war's far from over
A rising problem?
Australia: smoking “K . . .s”
Uganda: athletes fight BAT's abuse of sports
Bangladesh: voyage of disdain sunk without trace
USA: the art of simple dying
Japan: streets unsafe as machines prey on children
Kazakhstan: PM's “PR department” ignores tobacco
Tobacco's Gulf war against health
The big disappointment: USA weak on convention
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Targeting youth and concerned smokers: evidence from Canadian tobacco industry documents
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Impact of a telephone helpline for smokers who called during a mass media campaign
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New Zealand's tobacco control programme 1985-1998
Exposure to cigarette promotions and smoking uptake in adolescents: evidence of a dose-response relation
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A systematic review of interventions for preventing tobacco sales to minors
Effectiveness of comprehensive tobacco control programmes in reducing teenage smoking in the USA
Costs of employee smoking in the workplace in Scotland
Effects of market liberalisation on smoking in Japan
Smoke knows no boundaries: legal strategies for environmental tobacco smoke incursions into the home within multi-unit residential dwellings
Globalisation of tobacco industry influence and new global responses
FOR TOBACCO BIBLIOPHILES
Research priorities for tobacco control in developing countries: a regional approach to a global consultative process
Advancing knowledge on regulating tobacco products, Oslo, Norway
Calendar of events
Most comprehensive tobacco control programme: New Zealand
Tobacco taxation
Increasing quitting by increasing access to treatment medications: USA
Tobacco advertising and display of tobacco products at point of sale: Tasmania, Australia
Surveillance of patterns and consequences of tobacco use: USA
Smoke free public spaces: California
Litigation: USA
Mass media campaigns: Australia, UK, USA
Reducing youth access to tobacco
What is the future for the tobacco industry?
Comprehensive tobacco control strategy needed
Recreational nicotine: uncertain benefits and several major risks
Compete with the tobacco industry
Shameful science: four decades of the German tobacco industry's hidden research on smoking and health
147 000 pieces of silver
Play it again
The centenary of the enactment of the law for prohibiting minors from smoking in Japan
Changing people's behaviour
Why Joe Camel is still smiling
Correction