How to Get 4.5 Million Americans to Quit Smoking
You wouldn’t think it would be easy to get nearly 4.5 million Americans—the equivalent of the entire state of Louisiana or Kentucky—to give up smoking. But it can be done in a single, straightforward step: prohibiting the sale of menthol cigarettes. That’s the conclusion of a new study in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research. The study is one more piece of evidence in favor of a nationwide menthol ban, the authors say. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed just such a ban in 2022, but in Dec. 2023, the Biden Administration postponed implementation following intense lobbying ...
Source: TIME: Health - February 21, 2024 Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Jeffrey Kluger Tags: Uncategorized healthscienceclimate Source Type: news

Appeals Court Vacates $1 Billion Piracy Damages Award Against Cox, Orders New Trial * TorrentFreak
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has vacated the $1 billion piracy damages award against Internet provider Cox Communications. While the ISP remains contributorily liable for pirating subscribers, a finding of vicarious copyright infringement was reversed. A new trial will determine the…#coxcommunications #isp #sony #universal #virginia #cox #courtofappeals #fourthcircuit (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Trump Campaign Spent More Than It Raised, While PAC Helped on Legal Fees
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Benefits warning as millions of dollars at risk
New York lawmakers have warned that millions of dollars in SNAP benefits are being stolen from electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards. State Assemblymember Zohran Mamdani has warned that there have been 61,000 instances of EBT card fraud in the past six months alone, or $17 million in lost…#ebt #gothamist #pin #mamdani #illinois #massachusetts #missouri #oklahoma #stacydean #usda (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Everything'Suits' stars said about having no contact with Meghan Markle
When Meghan Markle's relationship with Prince Harry first became public in 2016, she was best known for her successful television career, starring for a number of years in the hit legal drama Suits. When it came time for Meghan to leave her acting roots behind and embark on a new career as royal…#meghanmarkle #meghan #elizabethii #netflix #rachelzane #specterlitt #mikeross #patrickjadams #hollywood #ginatorres (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Biden holds cash edge as Trump, Haley burn through funds
Former President Trump's campaign spent more than it raised in January as his legal battles continue to drain his coffers, according to his FEC filing. Why it matters: Trump ended the month with about $30 million in cash on hand, while President Biden's campaign closed January with almost $56…#fec #trump #saveamerica #politico #magainc #dnc #nikkihaley #haley #southcarolina (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Jimmy Kimmel Reacts to “Preposterous” George Santos Lawsuit
Jimmy Kimmel appeared mighty offended about being sued by serial fabulist George Santos for alleged fraud, judging by his comedy routine on Tuesday night. “Did anyone else get sued by George Santos this weekend? I am currently embroiled in what may be the most preposterous lawsuit of all time,”…#jimmykimmel #georgesantos #kimmel #waltdisney #cameo #santos #willsantossay #nickcannon #potkettleandblack (Source: Reuters: Health)
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‘The moments that go viral matter‘: Biden campaign gears up for major opportunity
President Biden’s team reportedly sees his upcoming State of the Union address as a major opportunity to connect with voters ahead of the November election. Plus - the new worries swirling around reproductive rights and IVF treatment after a massive court ruling in Alabama. Juanita Tolliver and…#ivf #juanitatolliver #natashakorecki #stephanieruhle (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Blame the Supreme Court for the Alabama Embryo Ruling
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Dunkin ’ is now selling caffeinated energy drinks, even after Panera’s charged lemonade controversy
Dunkin’ is adding an energy drink to its menu to capture some of the buzz generated by heavily caffeinated beverages, which are surging in popularity. But the menu addition comes with a risk: Panera Bread is facing multiple lawsuits over its its own energy drink. Beginning Wednesday, Dunkin’ is…#panerabread #sparkdenergy #panera #chargedlemonade #dutchbros #mcdonaldscosmcs #mintel (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Trump faces prospect of asset seizure over payment of massive fraud penalty
New York Attorney General Letitia James is threatening to ask the court to seize Donald Trump's assets if he does not have enough money on hand to pay the penalty against him in his New York civil fraud case. Melissa Murray, NYU law professor joins to discuss Trump's ongoing legal struggles.#letitiajames #donaldtrump #melissamurray #nyu #trump (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Donald Trump ’s legal strategy becomes crystal clear: Delay, Delay, Delay
Jordan Rubin, Deadline: Legal Blog Writer, Lisa Rubin, MSNBC Legal Correspondent, and Basil Smikle, Director of the Public Policy Program at Hunter College join Alicia Menendez in for Nicolle Wallace on Deadline White House with reaction to Donald Trump and his legal team saying the quiet part out…#jordanrubin #lisarubin #basilsmikle #publicpolicyprogram #huntercollege #aliciamenendez #deadlinewhitehouse #donaldtrump (Source: Reuters: Health)
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FuboTV Sues Disney-Fox-WBD Over New Sports Streamer
Responding to a proposed new sports streaming service, FuboTV, the sports focused virtual pay TV provider has filed a lawsuit against the three companies involved --Walt Disney, Fox Corp. and Warner Bros. Discovery -- who have engaged in “anti-competitive practices” towards Fubo’s business. The…#fubotv #disney #foxcorp #warnerbrosdiscovery #fubo #davidgandler #espn #waltdisney #fxsports #tnt (Source: Reuters: Health)
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Amazon Ads Integration With LiveRamp Moves To Next Security Phase
Driven by signal loss from cookies and many years of regulatory oversight and compliance around consumer privacy laws and legislation, LiveRamp wanted to find a way through collaborations to give brands more control of their data in cloud-based services, where data remains with the customer, but…#liveramp #noelmcmichael #amazon #amazonads #amazonmarketingcloud #amc #dsp #gai (Source: Reuters: Health)
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10 ways wealthy Americans save big on taxes, from putting mansions in trusts to guaranteeing inheritance for future generations
ivanastar/Getty, akurtz/Getty, DNY59/Getty, Tyler Le/BI The wealthiest taxpayers have many tools at their disposal to pay less to Uncle Sam. Some tactics, like donating to charity via trusts, might seem far-fetched but are perfectly legal. Lawyers and bankers to the ultra-rich told Insider how…#unclesam #trump #robertstrauss #weinstockmanion #caymanislands #jeffbezos #amazon #florida #wyoming #crt (Source: Reuters: Health)
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