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Monday, November 4th, 2013

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Smoking Could Be Prohibited in Auckland

Monday, June 11th, 2012

cheap karelia cigaretteA new study to this week’s Parks Recreation and Heritage Forum recommends the non-regulatory smoke-free legislation initially be  confined to council-controlled open places such as parks, reserves, skate parks, playgrounds and sports fields, but reported that over time its main aims would be widened to other public areas and events. Councillors will vote for or against the development of the smoke-free law at the forum it would then be passed on to the Regional Development and Operations Committee.

The study lists the benefits of a new prohibition in town centers, pedestrian malls and streetscapes as denormalising smoking habit, reducing cigarettes butt litter and also decreasing exposure of kids to tobacco smoke.

But it says it may drive smokers to grow in certain places, would be difficult to enforce and may not be supported by the state business community.

Auckland Council has received a range of smoke-free laws from legacy councils. Auckland Regional Council promoted smoke-free parks across the region.

In Manukau and Waitakere skate parks, stadiums, courts and sports fields were smoke-free and there was a prohibition at Northern Busway stations under the North Shore City Council.

Park, recreation and heritage forum chairwoman Sandra Coney reported earlier this year that she believed there was huge public support for a new smoking ban in parks but feedback would be sought before extending the ban to other public areas.

So, if the new policy was to come in to force it would not to be able to be enforced in any way but would be educational campaigns.

This proposal, which counts on pliability through social pressure, is by now used at Mt Smart Stadium, Eden Park and Auckland Zoo.

She declared that the non-regulatory investigation worked well at Mt Smart Stadium and there was no motive it couldn’t be effective elsewhere around the city.


Smoke-Free Olympic Games, Sochi News

Friday, May 25th, 2012

discount viceroy cigsIn a new effort to advertise good health and to follow their “smoke-free Games” plan, the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee installed a “No Smoking” special placard in the Olympic Park even on March 30th. With the support of the World Health Organization (WHO), Sochi will be the twelfth next Olympic Games to be free of tobacco smoke. More than 155,000 athletes, sports delegation representatives and volunteers will be protected by the no-smoking policy.

It was a ceremonious event when the head of the WHO representative office in Russia, Mr. Luigi Migliorini personally installed the official smoke-free sign when he was visiting the Olympic venues, which is still under construction. He also presented a seminar on firm development named “Controlled tobacco refusal and the creation of smoke-free medical institutions,” a debate of the most effective actions and new methods for to discourage smoking cigarettes during the coming Olympic Games.

Smoking tobacco products will be banned at all Olympic and Paralympic places. There will be designated special smoking places which are placed outside the area so as not to discomfort non-smokers. Smoking will also be prohibited in all bars and restaurants in Olympic Park. No tobacco will be sold in any of the Olympic venues, and the Organizing Committee’s no-smoking law will be transmission throughout the big events.


Tobacco Reduction in Province, Government Decision

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

cheapest president cigarettesThe government of Saskatchewan has reaffirmed its commitment to reducing tobacco use in the province along with helping those trying to quit. The pledge comes during National Non-Smoking Week.

“National Non-Smoking Week provides an opportunity to recognize tobacco reduction efforts undertaken by the Ministry of Health and provincial tobacco reduction stakeholders,” stated Health Minister Don McMorris.

“We have introduced important legislation to reduce Classic and the harmful effects of environmental tobacco smoke, and we continue to support cessation.”

One piece of legislation makes it illegal to smoke in a vehicle with children under the age of 16. Smoking is also banned on school grounds in the province.

The government also added two smoking cessation prescription drugs – Champix and Zyban – to the provincial drug plan last year.

An estimated 720 people in Saskatchewan die each year from lung diseases caused by smoking.

36th Great American Smokeout is Nov. 17

Friday, November 11th, 2011

golden gate cigarettesIt does not seem that long ago patrons in restaurants had to smell acrid tobacco smoke while waiting for or eating their meals, employees in shared workspaces endured air clouded with second-hand smoke, and airline passengers had no choice but to breathe clouds of smoke as others lit up cigarettes in the next row.

This casual acceptance of smoking was typical when the American Cancer Society‘s Great American Smokeout went nationwide more than 25 years ago in November 1977. That quarter century has marked dramatic changes in the way society views tobacco promotion and tobacco use. Many public places and work areas are now smoke-free which protects non-smokers and supports smokers who want to quit.

The Great American Smokeout helped to spotlight the dangers of tobacco use and the challenges of quitting, but more importantly it has set the stage for the cultural revolution in tobacco control that has occurred.

Due to the efforts of the American Cancer Society, individuals, healthcare providers and other groups that have led anti-tobacco efforts, there have been significant landmarks in the areas of research, policy, and the environment.

The American Cancer Association estimates 46 million adults in the United States currently smoke, and approximately half will die prematurely from smoking. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for men and women and more than 80 percent of lung cancers are thought to result from smoking. Smoking causes nearly one in five deaths from all causes.

Passive Smoking Hurts Kids

Friday, October 28th, 2011

buy esse cigarettes onlineChildren exposed to passive smoking are at risk of developing hearing deficiencies during their adolescence. Hearing deficiencies among adolescents occur mostly in the low frequencies.

The reason for this surprising discovery lies in the repeated ear infections caused by tobacco smoke during the early years of life.

Researchers in New York monitored adolescents between the ages of 12 and 19, all of whom answered a series of questions relating to their state of health and family history.

They also underwent hearing tests and a number of blood tests to determine their level of cotinine, a metabolite of nicotine.

The purpose of these blood tests was to determine their degree of exposure to tobacco. The results, which seem unambiguous, reveal that the higher their cotinine level, the greater the level of hearing loss.

Passive smoking increases the risk of repeated ear infections during early childhood, ear infections can cause damage to the ear drum and thus lead to hearing deficiency.

Passive smoking can also affect hearing development in the very young.

Tobacco Smoke at Home Bad for Kids

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

discount r1 slim cigarettesA new study has concluded that children exposed to tobacco smoke at home miss more time in school than those who live in smoke-free environments. The study was conducted by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) who determined that Style cigarettes smoke exposed children suffer from higher rates of respiratory illnesses.

The MGH team also detailed the possible economic cost of the children’s elevated school absences; it’s all been released in the online edition of the journal Pediatrics.

“Among children ages 6 to 11 who live with smokers, one quarter to one third of school absences are due to household smoking,” says Douglas Levy, PhD, of the Mongan Institute for Health Policy at MGH, the paper’s lead author. “On a national basis these absences result in $227 million in lost wages and time for caregivers or their employers.”

The authors point out that one-third of U.S. children live with a smoker, and over half of those aged 3 to 11 have measurable levels of a blood marker for tobacco exposure.

Second hand smoke has been proven to increase cases of ear infections and many respiratory conditions, and missing school is an easy way to measure illness in children.

Previous studies tended to ignore the link between secondhand smoke and children who miss school. However, the MGH group analyzed data from the 2005 National Health Interview Study, which is a yearly in-person survey of representative households across the nation.

Adults that had homes with schoolchildren ages 6 to 11 were asked to judge each child’s overall health and were given the following questions:

• How many people smoked inside the home.

• How many school days the child missed due to illness or injury during the previous year.

• Whether the child had three or more ear infections during the previous year.

• Whether the child had a chest cold or gastrointestinal illness during the preceding two weeks.

• Whether the child had been disgnosed with asthma, and if so, whether the child had any recent asthma attacks.

Among the 3,087 children whose information was reviewed for this study, over 14 percent lived in a home with at least one individual who smoked in the house. Eight percent lived with one smoker and six percent lived with two or more. The study represents 2.6 million children across the nation.

Kids who lived with one smoker had an average of 1.06 more missed days, and those living with two or more had 1.54 more days missing than children living in houses where no one smokes indoors.

Ailments linked with exposure to tobacco smoke, like ear infections and chest colds, made up 24 percent of absences in kids living in homes where one person smoked indoors and 34 percent for the ones living in places with at least two in-home smokers. Interestingly enough, smoking in the home did not lead to more gastrointestinal illness, and while there was no clear association with an asthma diagnosis or asthma attacks, the study sample might have not had included enough children with the ailment to represent smoke exposure’s known role as a trigger for asthma.

The researchers also determined the potential costs associated with missing school due to smoke related illnesses, including lost income for parents without paid time off, the costs to employers, and the inability of caregivers to complete normal household chores.

“The total impact nationwide was $227 million in lost wages and household work for the families of the 2.6 million children living with smokers and for their employers. Since almost half of the smoking households in our study had low incomes, that impact may be strongest on households least able to afford it,” Levy explains.

“The health impact of living with a smoker is probably more extensive than our study shows, since the survey only asked about three conditions associated with smoke exposure and we know there are several more. And since the absentee levels we report are averages, there are probably are kids who miss much more school because they live with smokers than our study found. More research is needed to help understand the long-term health, developmental and economic consequence of growing up in a home where people smoke.”