Working to make a disease
The Lighter Side
Lebanon: saying it with the packaging
Lithuania: PM tries it on again
Iceland: a pioneer’s saga
India: death of a simple health warning
Mauritius: poorer people like tough warnings
South Africa: Swedish snus snare
Belgium: retail incentives are child’s play
Canada: health workers agree next targets
Thailand: planning ahead
USA: still welcome in the community
Impact of smoking images in magazines on the smoking attitudes and intentions of youth: an experimental investigation
Mortality attributable to passive smoking in Spain, 2002
Tobacco Control Online: http://tc.bmj.com
Exposure to domestic violence associated with adult smoking in India: a population based study
The Lighter Side
Use of nicotine replacement therapy to reduce or delay smoking but not to quit: prevalence and association with subsequent cessation efforts
Tobacco Control Online: http://tc.bmj.com
Ultrafine particle emissions from waterpipes
Lifetime medical expenditure and life expectancy lost attributable to smoking through major smoking related diseases in Taiwan
The Lighter Side
Assessing the impact of smoking cessation services on reducing health inequalities in England: observational study
The costs of smoking in Vietnam: the case of inpatient care
Nicotine replacement therapy, professional therapy, snuff use and tobacco smoking: a study of smoking cessation strategies in southern Sweden
Disease burden of adult lung cancer and ischaemic heart disease from passive tobacco smoking in China
Tobacco Control Online: http://tc.bmj.com
Comprehensive smoke-free legislation in England: how advocacy won the day
The Lighter Side
Investigating cigarette affordability in 60 cities using the cigarette price-daily income ratio
“I always thought they were all pure tobacco”: American smokers’ perceptions of “natural” cigarettes and tobacco industry advertising strategies
Smoking cessation attempts among adolescent smokers: a systematic review of prevalence studies
Philip Morris’s website and television commercials use new language to mislead the public into believing it has changed its stance on smoking and disease