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Smoke-free summer campaign launched on Merseyside ...

 Local councils across Merseyside will ban smoking at many outdoor events this summer as part of a smoke-free campaign launched this week. Tobacco Free Futures, a local social enterprise, have launched the campaign to discourage young people from taking up the habit in Merseyside and Cheshire. Knowsley council willl host their first smoke-free event as part of the initiative next weekend, with lighting up banned at the Feelgood Festival on Saturday August 8 in Court Hey Park. St Helens council also went smoke-free for the first time at its Summer Beach event in Church Square, St Helens, last month. Tobacco Free Futures found 77% Knowsley residents supported smoke-free events for children and families in a recent survey, though the sample contained only 100 interviewees. A more comprehensive survey, also released today, showed more 15 year olds smoke in St Helens and Halton than the national average, but fewer than average smoke in Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton and Wirral. The research by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, carried out in 2014, showed 8.2% of English 15-year-olds smoke, but 8.9% do in Halton and just 6.5% do in Liverpool, the lowest on Merseyside. It revealed a similar picture for e-cigarettes, with 2.7% 15-year-olds using them across England, but 4.5% do in St Helens, compared to 1.5% in Liverpool and 1.7% in Knowsley. St Helens teenagers were also more likely than average to say smoking gives people confidence, while Knowsley teenagers were least likely to agree to the statement. The research found only 24% of English 15-year-olds had ever smoked, but girls were more likely than boys to smoke. London had the lowest prevalence of smoking, while the north east had the highest.  Councillor Eddie Connor, Knowsley's cabinet member for public health and wellbeing, said: “In Knowsley we’re working hard to reduce the harm caused by tobacco so we’re delighted to take part in the smokefree summer initiative. "I’m sure that families will very much welcome the opportunity to come along to the Feelgood Festival and enjoy themselves, not only knowing they won’t be inhaling secondhand smoke but also that a really positive healthy way of life is being promoted – which, after all is what our Feelgood Festival is all about.” Andrea Crossfield, Chief Executive of Tobacco Free Futures, said: “Young people consistently overestimate the prevalence of smoking, with 60% thinking it’s the ‘norm’, when in reality four out of five people don’t smoke in the North West. "Smokefree summer has been created to increase the amount of healthy environments children play in, helping children to understand that smoking isn’t a normal activity. "The more events that become smoke-free, the less likely children are to take up smoking – preventing them from entering into a deadly addiction that kills one in two long-term smokers.”


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  • Smoke-free summer campaign launched on Merseyside to protect children
    Smoke-free summer campaign launched on Merseyside to protect children

     Local councils across Merseyside will ban smoking at many outdoor events this summer as part of a smoke-free campaign launched this week. Tobacco Free Futures, a local social enterprise, have launched the campaign to discourage young people from taking up the habit in Merseyside and Cheshire. Knowsley council willl host their first smoke-free event as part of the initiative next weekend, with lighting up banned at the Feelgood Festival on Saturday August 8 in Court Hey Park. St Helens council also went smoke-free for the first time at its Summer Beach event in Church Square, St Helens, last month. Tobacco Free Futures found 77% Knowsley residents supported smoke-free events for children and families in a recent survey, though the sample contained only 100 interviewees. A more comprehensive survey, also released today, showed more 15 year olds smoke in St Helens and Halton than the national average, but fewer than average smoke in Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton and Wirral. The research by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, carried out in 2014, showed 8.2% of English 15-year-olds smoke, but 8.9% do in Halton and just 6.5% do in Liverpool, the lowest on Merseyside. It revealed a similar picture for e-cigarettes, with 2.7% 15-year-olds using them across England, but 4.5% do in St Helens, compared to 1.5% in Liverpool and 1.7% in Knowsley. St Helens teenagers were also more likely than average to say smoking gives people confidence, while Knowsley teenagers were least likely to agree to the statement. The research found only 24% of English 15-year-olds had ever smoked, but girls were more likely than boys to smoke. London had the lowest prevalence of smoking, while the north east had the highest.  Councillor Eddie Connor, Knowsley's cabinet member for public health and wellbeing, said: “In Knowsley we’re working hard to reduce the harm caused by tobacco so we’re delighted to take part in the smokefree summer initiative. "I’m sure that families will very much welcome the opportunity to come along to the Feelgood Festival and enjoy themselves, not only knowing they won’t be inhaling secondhand smoke but also that a really positive healthy way of life is being promoted – which, after all is what our Feelgood Festival is all about.” Andrea Crossfield, Chief Executive of Tobacco Free Futures, said: “Young people consistently overestimate the prevalence of smoking, with 60% thinking it’s the ‘norm’, when in reality four out of five people don’t smoke in the North West. "Smokefree summer has been created to increase the amount of healthy environments children play in, helping children to understand that smoking isn’t a normal activity. "The more events that become smoke-free, the less likely children are to take up smoking – preventing them from entering into a deadly addiction that kills one in two long-term smokers.”

  • Smokers Can Now Get Cigarettes With Their Mail
    Smokers Can Now Get Cigarettes With Their Mail

    Cigarettes will be officially sold in post offices in Russia, pro-government daily Izvestia reported Monday. According to an agreement reached between Russia's national mail service Russian Post and four tobacco companies - British American Tobacco, Philip Morris, Japan Tobacco International and Imperial Tobacco - cigarettes will be sold in 30,000 post offices across the country. Russian Post has 42,000 outlets throughout the country, and many of them are in small villages that have supermarkets or even small kiosks, the postal services said in an official statement announcing the deal. "This [the agreement] will provide easier access to the high-quality essential commodities for those living in rural areas," said Russian Post, according to the official statement quoted by Izvestia. Antitabak Coalition chairperson Daria Khalturina sees more harm than good in the deal. Khalturina told Izvestia that such an expansion of tobacco distribution contradicts with the state program aimed to decrease the amount of smokers. "All we can do is just wait and see if cigarette trade in post offices end up with growth in cigarette consumption," Khalturina said.

  • Malaysia: Vapers Want E-Cigarettes Regulated
    Malaysia: Vapers Want E-Cigarettes Regulated

    Users of e-cigarettes want it to be regulated and be made widely available. They say banning e-cigarettes, if it ever comes to that, will not stop them from puffing. In a first-of-its-kind survey of adult smokers in Malaysia, a regional consumer advocacy group found that most smokers surveyed saw e-cigarettes as a "positive alternative" to tobacco products. factasia.org co-founder Heneage Mitchell said 75% of the respondents would consider buying e-cigarettes via other channels or countries, if they were not legally sold here. Already, some 26% of vapers get their e-cigs online. So, banning it would simply push the industry underground, he said. The number of adult Malaysian e-cigarette users, or vapers, is estimated to be between 250,000 and one million, he said. "The use of e-cigarettes should be restricted to adults but they are here to stay. "There's a clear need for Malaysia to regulate the industry, establish quality standards, tax the products rationally and ensure they are sold only to adults. "Banning it will be a mistake because like conventional tobacco products, it will cause the illicit market to thrive," he said. The recent online survey polled 404 legal-age smokers in Malaysia to gauge consumers' views on safer alternatives to conventional cigarettes. Surveys were also conducted in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Taiwan and New Zealand. "In Malaysia, 100% of those surveyed know about e-cigs and 69% have either used it or are using it. "So, there's a need to protect consumers. They want positive Government action," he said in an interview on Friday. On June 28, Sunday Star highlighted the country's booming vape industry. Despite being worth half-a-billion-ringgit, the market remains unregulated unlike in most countries where it is either banned or controlled. Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah had said that a technical working group to study the impact of e-cigarettes on smokers and those surrounding them has been formed and the upcoming report, which includes e-cigs as an alternative to reduce smoking, will be used to create a new policy on vaping activities in the country. Vapers use electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), or e-cigs, to deliver a vaporised mixture of chemicals to their lungs. Each device has an electronic vaporisation system and controls, rechargeable batteries, and cartridges, which contain varying amounts of liquid nicotine to be vaporised. factasia.org co-founder John Boley said a whopping 87% of smokers surveyed would consider switching to e-cigs if they were legal, met quality and safety standards, and were conveniently available. More than two-thirds of the respondents said they have used e-cigs and of these, 75% said they do so mainly as an alternative to regular cigarettes, he added. "Smokers are almost unanimous in believing that they should have a right to information about less harmful products like e-cigs, while more than 90% agree that the Government should encourage adult smokers to switch to less harmful alternatives to cigarettes and ensure they are not used by youth through tax and regulatory policies," he said. factasia.org is an independent, not-for-profit, consumer-oriented advocate for debate about regulating the rights of adult citizens throughout Asia to choose to use tobacco or other nicotine related products. It opposes all under-age use of cigarettes or any other product containing nicotine, and does not engage in any manufacturing or distribution activities.

  • Altria's Cigarette, Cigar And Smokeless Volumes Up
    Altria's Cigarette, Cigar And Smokeless Volumes Up

    Philip Morris USA's domestic cigarette shipment volume during the three months to the end of June, at 33,124 million, was up by 3.1 percent on that of the three months to the end of June 2014, 32,134 million. Marlboro shipments increased by 3.0 percent to 28,498 million; shipments of other premium brands fell by 3.4 percent to 1,767 million; while shipments of discount brands increased by 8.9 percent to 2,859 million. PM USA's share of the domestic retail cigarette market during the three months to the end of June, at 51.4 percent, was increased by 0.5 of a percentage point on that of the three months to the end of June 2014. Marlboro's share, at 44.2 percent, was up by 0.3 of a percentage point; the share of its other premium brands was down by 0.1 of a percentage point to 2.8 percent; while the share of the company's discount brands was increased by 0.3 of a percentage point to 4.4 per cent. The Altria Group yesterday published its second-quarter and first-half results for 2015. Middleton's cigar shipment volume during the three months to the end of June, at 334 million, was increased by 0.9 percent on that of the three months to the end of June 2014, 331 million. Black & Mild brand shipments were up by 1.6 percent to 325 million, while shipments of other cigar brands fell by 18.2 percent from 11 million to nine million. Middleton's share of the domestic retail cigar market during the three months to the end of June, at 27.9 percent, was down by 0.8 of a percentage point from that of the three months to the end of June 2014. Black & Mild's share was down by 0.7 of a percentage point to 27.6 percent, while the share of the company's other brands was down by 0.1 of a percentage point to 0.3 per cent. USSTC and PM USA's combined, domestic smokeless-products shipment-volume during the three months to the end of June, at 209.0 million cans and packs, was up by 2.6 percent on that of the three months to the end of June 2014, 203.8 million. Shipments of Copenhagen were up by 5.4 percent to 121.2 million; those of Skoal were up by 0.1 percent to 69.4 million; while those of other brands were down by 5.6 percent to 18.4 million. USSTC and PM USA's share of the US domestic market for smokeless products during the three months to the end of June, at 54.8 percent, was down by 0.1 of a percentage point on that of the three months to the end of June 2014. Copenhagen's share was up by 0.8 of a percentage point to 31.3 percent; Skoal's share was down by 0.7 of a percentage point to 19.8 percent; while the share of other brands was down by 0.2 of a percentage point to 3.7 percent. Meanwhile, PM USA's cigarette shipment volume during the six months to the end of June, at 62,322 million, was increased by 2.4 percent on that of the six months to the end of June 2014, 60,883 million. Marlboro shipments rose by 2.1 percent to 53,615 million; shipments of other premium brands fell by 3.3 percent to 3,345 million; while shipments of discount brands increased by 8.8 percent to 5,362 million. Middleton's cigar shipment volume during the six months to the end of June, at 636 million, was increased by 5.1 percent on that of the six months to the end of June 2014, 605 million. Black & Mild brand shipments were up by 5.6 percent to 623 million; while shipments of other brands fell by 13.3 percent to 13 million.USSTC and PM USA's combined, domestic, smokeless-products shipment-volume during the six months to the end of June, at 400.1 million, was increased by 2.6 per cent on that of the six months to the end of June 2014, 389.9 million.Copenhagen shipments were up by 5.7 percent to 231.3 million; Skoal shipments were up by 0.1 percent to 133.4 million; while shipments of other brands were down by 6.1 percent to 35.4 million.Altria's second-quarter reported diluted earnings per share (EPS) increased by 15.6 percent to $0.74, and its second-quarter adjusted diluted EPS, which excludes the impact of special items, increased by 13.8 percent to $0.74.Altria's first-half reported diluted EPS decreased by 1.6 percent to $1.25, but its first-half adjusted diluted EPS increased by 13.1 percent to $1.38."Altria delivered excellent second-quarter and first-half results, growing adjusted diluted EPS more than 13 percent with a very strong performance from the smokeable products segment and solid contributions across our other businesses," said Marty Barrington, Altria's chairman, CEO and president."Further, our tobacco companies' brands continued to strengthen their market leadership, with record retail share on Marlboro and more than 51 percent combined share on Copenhagen and Skoal year-to-date. "Based on this very strong first-half performance and our outlook for the second half, we are raising our full-year adjusted EPS guidance." 

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