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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H1: Compared to the control group, subjects who are exposed to antismoking ads will (a) be less likely to smoke, (b) have lower intentions to start smoking and (c) have greater intentions to quit smoking.
Reducing or even eliminating tobacco supplies has cropped up in antismoking forums, so many advocates now want the government to classify tobacco as a dangerous drug, said Dr.
Park Jae-gap, 70, the inaugural president of the National Cancer Center, with a national medal for his lifelong contribution to helping people quit the deadly habit of puffing as a pioneer of the nation's antismoking movement.
Per the antismoking ordinance of Manila, violators will be arrested by authorities.
In this scenario, efficient procedures for evaluating the effectiveness of antismoking messages could be a useful tool for designing public health campaigns.
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
Strict implementation of antismoking regulations by the Thai government will continuously encourage more smokers to quit smoking.
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."
HALF a million smokers have switched to e-cigarettes in the past year, say antismoking campaigners.
The UK Parliament are to put the issue to the vote this week, with antismoking campaigners claiming plain packets will protect children from tobacco branding.
According to political analyst Ivica Bocevski, this government has demonstrated with the antismoking law it is capable of putting into effect unpopular measures.
Ailsa Rutter, director of Fresh, the North East antismoking office, said: "Tobacco is the only product when used correctly kills one in two long-term users.