nicotine and tobacco - Ni cot i ne & Tobac c o Us e

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Ni cot i ne & Tobacco Use Kevin Phillips,  Liu Yang, Marco A. Diaz, & Niki Talati
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Hi st or y of Tobacco Oct. 12,1492 –  Christopher  Columbus receives 
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Hi st or y Cont i nued 1964 – Decline in cigarette use because of the first U.S.  surgeon general report. 1966 – Warning labels were printed on all tobacco products 1971 – Tobacco companies were banned from television  advertisement. 1984 – Warning labels  were required on all print  advertisements and also billboards.
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Fi l t er ed and Low Tar & Ni cot i ne Filtered Cigarettes – Increased tar content, give the illusion  of lessened health consequences. Side stream smoke is  now even more dangerous. “Light” cigarettes – Misleading because it refers to the  taste and not the nicotine or tar content. craving.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Tobacco Today: An I ndust r y on t he Def ensi ve http://blumarchive.org/images/kal.jpg
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Tobacco Today: An I ndust r y on t he The Tobacco Settlement Tobacco companies  agreed to pay $246  Billion to each state until  2023 Causes: increase in  Tobacco Regulation and  Tobacco heavily taxed in  US In recent years US  tobacco exports have  exceeded imports by  1993 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  announces:  environmental tobacco smoke (ETS):  side stream smoke in  the air that is inhaled by nonsmokers as a result of tobacco  smoking, causes lung cancer   causes cancer EPA announcement caused US to enact laws  mandating smoke free environments  
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and Econom i cs For every 10% tax increase on cigarettes, there is a 2-3%  decrease in use for adults, 6% for teens The U.S. tobacco companies are still making money even  though they cannot advertise
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course CHLH 243 taught by Professor Lange during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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