Monthly Archives: May 2009

Consider Quit Smoking Hypnosis to Kick That Butt

Stopping smoking success stories are wide and varied. One of the many methods that those who wish to quit have used has been quit smoking hypnosis. It is generally believed that quitting smoking is among the most difficult things a person has to face since the habit is so addictive even though it is life-threatening. There are absolutely no positive advantages to smoking. Nicotine is harmful from both a psychological and a physical perspective. Quit smoking hypnosis, an innovative new strategy for quitting smoking is increasingly being proven to be very successful.

Smoking Myth

We all have our ways to continue smoking, nobody actually wants to smoke but many of us were scared of life without cigarettes. I thought about it constantly and ironically my over analysing was probably my key to actually escaping. I read constantly about smoking and researched my quit smoking project for years and years without it has to be said any real action.

Majors to chew it over as big-league tobacco policy isn’t up to snuff

Derek Jeter steps to the plate again, his jaw churning ferociously on some foreign, sticky substance. It’s just gum, and Jeter will prove that to the world now and then by blowing a giant bubble. But until the silly pink ball emerges, who knows?

The Impact of Substance Abuse on Federal, State and Local Budgets

Substance abuse and addiction cost federal, state and local governments at least $467.7 billion in 2005, according to Shoveling Up II: The Impact of Substance Abuse on Federal, State and Local Budgets, a new 287-page report released today by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University.

UA Researchers Look to Stem the Growth of Tobacco Use Worldwide

Sunday is the World Health Organization’s World No Tobacco Day.

Saskatchewan to impose long-awaited workplace smoking ban

Tobacco-control advocates are hoping the workplace smoking ban in Saskatchewan, which takes effect Sunday, will reduce smoking rates in this province.

Youth, Health Groups to Take Studios to Task

How many children will be exposed to smoking in G, PG and PG-13 movies this summer — and start smoking because of it? Which studios will produce the most youth-rated films with tobacco imagery?

Belmar tightens beach smoking rules even further

Cigarette breaks on the beach here are about to get more complicated.
Already known as the first beach in the continental United States to limit smoking to designated areas — under a law passed in 2001 — Belmar now plans to limit those areas even further, the Township Council announced today.

Florida’s Crist signs tobacco “execution order”

Florida Governor Charlie Crist didn’t try to hide his motives when he signed into law a $1-per-pack cigarette tax hike Wednesday, reported The Orlando Sentinel. “I view it more as a health issue than a tax issue,” said Crist, a Republican who broke with a career-long opposition to tax increases. “Ronald Reagan used to say if you want to kill something, tax it. It wouldn’t be bad if we killed smoking.” As of July 1, Florida’s new cigarette tax is $1.34 per pack. An equivalent increase applies to smokeless and pipe tobacco, but not cigars.