NORTHERN KENTUCKY TRIBUNE | KENTUCKY HEALTH NEWS | OCTOBER 20, 2015 High-school athletes are using more smokeless tobacco, even though overall tobacco use among high-school students has declined, according to a study published by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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THE NEWS | ALICIA STEELE AND MIKAYLA MARSHALL | OCTOBER 9, 2015 New tobacco free regulation seems to reduce, but not eliminate, smoking on campus. Through the first two months of Murray State’s tobacco free policy, some students say they have noticed less smoke but parts of campus remain littered with evidence that people still are lighting up on the grounds.
UKNOW | ELIZABETH ADAMS | OCTOBER 5, 2015 The U.S. has the largest and fastest growing market for e-cigs, and adult women of childbearing age are the most common users. However, no data exists regarding the health effects of e-cigs on pregnant women or their babies.
HERALD-LEADER | AUDREY DARVILLE | SEPTEMBER 20, 2015 In the 1970s, the U.S. Congress banned tobacco ads to protect our impressionable youth from perceiving smoking as socially desirable. Now, for the first time in decades, advertisements portraying the recreational use of tobacco products are reappearing in popular media.
WKU HERALD | ANNA LAWSON | SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 A smoking committee has expanded a Student Government Association resolution. SGA passed a resolution in support of a limited smoking campus last year.
WDRB | RACHEL COLLIER | SEPTEMBER 11, 2015 Ever wanted to kick the habit? Now you can stop smoking for free. The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness is offering free stop-smoking classes.
KENTUCKY NEW ERA | LAUREN DUNCAN | SEPTEMBER 4, 2015 The national smoking rate among adults has reached an all-time low since anti-smoking efforts began decades ago, according to a report this week from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
HERALD-LEADER | OP-ED | AUGUST 31, 2015 In the early 1900s, lung cancer was extremely rare. Rates of lung cancer increased dramatically in the 1930s after the introduction of cigarettes. Smoking was found to be directly linked to lung cancer in studies as early as the 1950s.
HERALD LEADER | OP-ED | AUGUST 30, 2015 The United States should not stand in the way of other countries trying to protect themselves from the No. 1 cause of preventable death. But that’s just what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are demanding as the Obama administration negotiates the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
THE ADVOCATE MESSENGER | ABIGAIL WHITEHOUSE | AUGUST 24, 2015 A recent movement named “Get Healthy Stanford/Lincoln County” was spearheaded by a local primary care physician and city councilman after he realized that inactivity, smoking and obesity are the three main creators of an unhealthy community and something he wants to change.