antismoking


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antismoking

(ăn′tē-smō′kĭng, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Opposed to or prohibiting the smoking of tobacco, especially in public: an antismoking campaign; an antismoking ordinance.
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Per the antismoking ordinance of Manila, violators will be arrested by authorities.
We are all aware on how strong the antismoking program of the Duterte administration is.
The new partnerships and programs announced earlier this month will roll out in 2017 and focus on antismoking education, tobacco-control advocacy and healthy behavior programming, the company said in a statement
Choudhary Amjad Iqbal, the tournament chairman, said: "It is the first time a cricket tournament is being organised with the theme of antismoking as our aim was to spread awareness among sportsman about the bad effects of smoking.
The addition of e-cigarettes to Great Barrington's antismoking law comes on the heels of a decision by the Framingham, Mass.
appeals court in Washington has upheld a lower court ruling that blocked the Food and Drug Administration from requiring tobacco companies to put graphic antismoking images on their cigarette packaging.
Ailsa Rutter, director of North East antismoking group Fresh, said: "The fact we have seen a drop in the illegal tobacco market two years into a recession, when more people are struggling financially and feeling under pressure, just shows the powerful impact of the programme.
A spokesman for Elite Management, which represents Terry, said no permission had been given for the use of the defender's image in promotion of an antismoking drive in India.
Antismoking ads that include disgusting images with explicit health warnings can cause viewers to tune out the intended message, according to a study-published in the Journal of Media Psychology.
perceptions about how much peers are influenced by antismoking messages--in predicting adolescent smoking attitudes and behavior.
London, Jan 20 (ANI): French MPs have voted against an antismoking rule that has deprived many iconic figures of their cigarettes and pipes in posters or photos.
The Wakayama taxi association was late in joining the antismoking bandwagon out of fears that such a move would alienate customers, and considered separating cars into smoker-friendly and smoke-free ones before deciding on a total ban.