Conflicting Dispatches from the Tobacco Wars
- Evidence of Real-World Effectiveness of a Telephone Quitline for Smokers. Zhu, Shu-Hong; Anderson, Christopher M.; Tedeschi, Gary J.; Rosbrook, Bradley; Johnson, Cynthia E.; Byrd, Michael; Gutiérrez-Terrell, Elsa // New England Journal of Medicine;10/3/2002, Vol. 347 Issue 14, p1087
Background: Telephone services that offer smoking-cessation counseling (quitlines) have proliferated in recent years, encouraged by positive results of clinical trials. The question remains, however, whether those results can be translated into real-world effectiveness. Methods: We embedded a...
- Cigarros ElectrÃ³nicos. // Entrepreneur Mexico;Aug2008, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p14
No abstract available.
- Tobacco giant undermined Nicorette campaign. Moynihan, Ray // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/17/2002, Vol. 325 Issue 7360, p353
Discusses the finding published in 'The Journal of the American Medical Association,' that the tobacco company Philip Morris pressured pharmaceutical manufacturers to weaken antismoking messages in marketing campaigns for nicotine chewing gums and patches. Documents that show marketing...
- State Expenditures for Tobacco-Control Programs and the Tobacco Settlement. Gross, Cary P.; Soffer, Benny; Bach, Peter B.; Rajkumar, Rahul; Forman, Howard P. // New England Journal of Medicine;10/3/2002, Vol. 347 Issue 14, p1080
Background: Despite controversy surrounding the use of funds arising from settlement agreements with the tobacco industry, little is known about the role of these funds in expenditures for state tobacco-control programs. Methods: We evaluated state expenditures for tobacco-control programs in...
- Tobacco giants should seize chance to get smokers coming and going. Crain, Rance // Advertising Age;11/25/1996, Vol. 67 Issue 48, p13
The article considers the possibility of tobacco companies acquiring the marketers of nicotine patches and gums. The advantages of such acquisitions are enumerated by the author. The author also discusses the reasons why such acquisitions are not happening, citing the fact that the marketers are...
- Stages of change versus addiction: a replication and extension. Abrams, David B.; Herzog, Thaddeus A.; Emmons, Karen M.; Linnan, Laura // Nicotine & Tobacco Research;Aug2000, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p223
Data from the Working Well trial (n = 2379) were used to test the capacity of 19 variables to predict smoking cessation at 1- and 2-year follow-ups. Among the core constructs of transtheoretical model (TTM), stage of change was the best predictor. The processes of change and the pros and cons of...
- The effects of nicotine patch use on smoking cessation. Chu, Amelia; Zheng, Yitong // Employee Benefits Journal;Sep94, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p27
Reports on the result of a study on the effects of nicotine patch use on smoking cessation programs. Factors affecting success in smoking cessation; Positive and long-term effect of the use of nicotine patches on healthcare benefit costs.
- Strategies Promoting Smoking Cessation in Adolescents. Miller, Karl E. // American Family Physician;12/1/2001, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1890
Presents information on the strategies that promote cigarette smoking cessation in adolescents in the United States. Issues that affect adolescents who smoke cigarettes; Comparison of the relationship between nicotine dependence, stress and coping methods with the outcome of being a smoker or a...
- Pride, health and the power to quit. // Gay & Lesbian Times;7/21/2005, Issue 917, PULL-OUT SECTION p26
Reports on smoking cessation tips from the American Legacy Foundation in the U.S. Making a choice to quit; Creation of a plan; use of available tools in the community.