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  1. Authors: Ioanna Nikoloutsou, Vasiliki Vasileiou, Eleni Litsiou, Stavroula Kolokytha, Aikaterini Tsoutsa, Spyros Zakynthinos and Paraskevi Katsaounou
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12(Suppl 1):A24

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 12 Supplement 1

  2. The Swedish National Tobacco Quitline (SNTQ), which has both a proactive and a reactive service, has successfully provided tobacco cessation support since 1998. As there is a demand for an increase in national...

    Authors: Eva Nohlert, John Öhrvik and Ásgeir R Helgason
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:9
  3. The use of alternative tobacco products (ATPs) has grown in popularity among Canadian youth. This study examined the association between a school-level characteristic (the senior student tobacco use rate) and ...

    Authors: Adam G Cole and Scott T Leatherdale
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:8
  4. Waterpipe tobacco smoking has spread worldwide. However, the evaluation of scientific output in the field of waterpipe tobacco smoking has not been studied yet. The main objectives of this study were to analyz...

    Authors: Sa’ed H Zyoud, Samah W Al-Jabi and Waleed M Sweileh
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:7
  5. In 2006, enclosed public and workplaces in Ontario were made smoke-free by the Smoke-free Ontario Act (SFOA). Numerous area municipalities across the province have since developed local by-laws that are more r...

    Authors: Ryan David Kennedy, Dana Zummach, Stephanie Filsinger and Scott T Leatherdale
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:4
  6. Lebanon has alarmingly high rates of tobacco use. The objective of this study is to examine the density of tobacco retail outlets and distance to schools as well as to survey retail pricing in a large district...

    Authors: Ramzi G Salloum, Rima T Nakkash, Allison E Myers, Jan M Eberth and Kathryn A Wood
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:3
  7. Hospital admission provides a powerful opportunity to promote smoking cessation. We explored patients’ and healthcare professionals’ (HCP) views of a specialist smoking cessation service comprising systematic ...

    Authors: Manpreet Bains, John Britton, John Marsh, Leah Jayes and Rachael L Murray
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:2
  8. Intention to quit and setting a quit date are key steps in the process towards improving quit rates and are thus an integral part of tobacco cessation efforts. The present study examined various motivating fac...

    Authors: Rajmohan Panda, Sudhir Venkatesan, Divya Persai, Mayur Trivedi and Manu Raj Mathur
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2014 12:1
  9. Although on the decline, smoking-related fires remain a leading cause of fire death in the United States and United Kingdom and account for over 10% of fire-related deaths worldwide. This has prompted lawmaker...

    Authors: Sarah E Adkison, Richard J O’Connor, Ron Borland, Hua-Hie Yong, K Michael Cummings, David Hammond and Geoffrey T Fong
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:26
  10. Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and has been implicated in pathogenesis of pulmonary, oral and systemic diseases. Smoking during pregnancy is a risk factor for the developing fetus ...

    Authors: Asra Ahmed, James A Thliveris, Anthony Shaw, Michael Sowa, James Gilchrist and James E Scott
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:25
  11. Tobacco is a leading cause of death worldwide, and nearly 80% of all smokers live in low to middle income countries. Previous research has suggested that smoking rates vary by occupation, with relatively low r...

    Authors: Patience N Erick and Derek R Smith
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:24
  12. Urgent, evidence-based tobacco control efforts have been advocated by the WHO through the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) articles and guidelines. The level of implementation of these guidelines...

    Authors: Ayodeji J Awopegba and Joanna E Cohen
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:23
  13. To curb the tobacco epidemic, successful implementation of tobacco control measures should take into account how specific demographic groups react to particular policies. In 2005–2010, Ukraine experienced a sh...

    Authors: Konstantin Krasovsky
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:21
  14. We examined the impact of cigarette pack warning labels on interest in quitting and subsequent quit attempts among adult smokers in Malaysia and Thailand.

    Authors: Ahmed I Fathelrahman, Lin Li, Ron Borland, Hua-Hie Yong, Maizurah Omar, Rahmat Awang, Buppha Sirirassamee, Geoffrey T Fong and David Hammond
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:20
  15. Smoking bans in public places have been shown to have an impact on smoking habits, however the potential influence of a university smoking ban on faculty and staff smoking habits remains elusive.

    Authors: Hiroki Ohmi, Toshiyuki Okizaki, Martin Meadows, Kazuyuki Terayama and Yoshikatsu Mochizuki
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:19
  16. Cigarette smoke is harmful to human health at both cellular and genetic levels. Recently, a unique bioassay for smoke cytotoxicity using air pollution-sensitive plant cells (tobacco) has been proposed.

    Authors: Atsuko Noriyasu, Tadashi Konishi, Shinichi Mochizuki, Kazuo Sakurai, Yutaka Tanaike, Ken Matsuyama, Kazuya Uezu and Tomonori Kawano
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:18
  17. Targeting of marginalized groups with aggressive tobacco marketing has been identified as exacerbating health disparities. However, interpretation of such targeting by groups varies, from surprise and outrage ...

    Authors: Valerie B Yerger, Janine K Cataldo and Ruth E Malone
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:17
  18. Increased knowledge of the harmful effects of SHS is an evidence-based key indicator for eliminating nonsmokers’ exposure to SHS. This study assessed the prevalence and predictors of perceptions about the harm...

    Authors: Brian A King, Shanta R Dube and Stephen D Babb
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:16
  19. Several studies in the past have reported inconclusive evidences on association of smoking and migraine. Nevertheless, no study so far reported association of smokeless tobacco with migraine. The objective of ...

    Authors: Mohammad Abul Bashar Sarker, Mahbubur Rahman, Md Harun-Or-Rashid, Shaila Hossain, Hideki Kasuya, Junichi Sakamoto and Nobuyuki Hamajima
    Citation: Tobacco Induced Diseases 2013 11:15