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By Arentz Law Group
Medical experts debate over the value and effectiveness of IVC filters for blood clot patients.
By Den of Ashes
Den of Ashes Claims the New Genre of Western Alt Rock With The Successful CD Release of Blackbird!
By Den of Ashes
Den of Ashes debut EP Blackbird peaked this past week at #21 on iTunes new Rock releases with 5 star reviews!
By www.cavells.co.uk
Cavells a designer and exclusive clothing site are currently running a competition giving one lucky winner a chance to win a pair of ASH Jalouse Suede Boots on their site until October.
By Akadema Inc.
Customize Your Own Akadema Bat. Akadema's new Bat Builder Program lets you customized a bat to your liking.
By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The building science professionals at EC2 provide testing solutions for commercial and residential properties impacted by fires.
By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The IAQ Video Network produces another public outreach video to educate the public about environmental and indoor air quality (IAQ) issues.
By Horror News Network
HorrorMovieNews.net takes a look back at the movie “The Evil Dead” on its 30th Anniversary. What made Sam Rami’s quirky, low budget horror flick such a cult classic? We have interviews with cast members, prizes to give away and more.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
In France, apparently for the first time, a nonsmoker has successfully sued her employer and won money damages for being exposed to tobacco smoke in the workplace. This victory follows a long string of successful legal actions in the U.S.
By Waheed Miah
It is with great pleasure, we would like to announce that Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri is visiting the UK again on his second tour, this time organised by Al-Hidayaah Foundation in Keighley
By Velma Dessuit, Development Director
Laurent Huber, 45, who has served as International Director of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) for more than ten years, will become its new (and second) Executive Director on January 1, 2011.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Today's announcement that HHS will fight the almost $200 billion/yr tobacco epidemic primarily only by requiring bigger and more graphic warnings on cigarette packs and ads is too little, too late, and wrongheaded, says ASH
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
New antismoking initiatives - aimed at America's number one preventable cause of death, disability, and unnecessary medical expenses - will be unveiled this morning by HHS Sec. Sebelius and FDA Comm. Hamburg at GWU
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
New antismoking initiatives - aimed at America's number one preventable cause of death, disability, and unnecessary medical expenses - will be unveiled at the George Washington University, notes John Banzhaf, a law professor there.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
This Halloween millions of parents will warn children about the dangers of motor vehicle accidents, or of eating poisoned candy. But most will fail to warn about the biggest risk, which may kill more children than all of the others combined
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Folklore says that vampires, the most frightening of all Halloween monsters, gradually enslave people by biting their necks, and eventually causing them to suffer a long and lingering death -- but REAL monsters Are far worse
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Residents of France who continue to smoke are imposing huge costs on the great majority of the French who do not smoke, notes Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) in response to a new report that about 50% of all the unemployed in France are smokers.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Today's report that shoplifting costs the average American family about $425 each year is nothing compared to the costs imposed by smoking, which are almost five times higher, and about which something can easily be done, says ASH.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
E-cigarettes are "just as bad" as conventional cigarettes, says the Malaysian Health Ministry, noting that "there is concern this nicotine delivery to the human lung might result in stronger toxicological, physiological and addictive effects."
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
The trade association for the electronic cigarette industry reportedly has been advised by a law firm claiming to have a patent covering all e-cig products that it intends to prevent the sale of such products which are not licensed, notes ASH.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Massachusetts’ statewide smoking ban reduced heart attacks by over 7% a year, and saved million of dollars, according to a study about to be published in the American Journal of Public Health, notes Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Although the e-cig industry is eagerly awaiting oral argument Thursday before the U.S. Court of Appeals, hoping to get some inkling of how the court will rule concerning the FDA's power to regulate their product, the court may sidestep that issue
By Guarino Furniture Designs
Glen G Guarino has been accepted as a Signature Artist to Noyes Museum of Art in New Jersey. Guarino will be exhibiting two one-of-a kind pieces of furniture, Asian Interpretation Table and also Storm in the Signature Artist Exhibition.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
The Air Force, and the Marine base at Quantico, have joined other jurisdictions in banning the use of e-cigarettes [e-cigs] at least in the workplace, citing the potential health dangers to users from toxic chemicals - Action on Smoking and Health
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
The Surgeon General of the Air Force has just issued a formal memorandum warning all personnel about the dangers of e-cigarettes [e-cigs], and noting that there use is banned wherever the smoking of conventional tobacco cigarettes is prohibited - ASH
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
An important study has found new and previously unsuspected potential health problems for users of e-cigarettes [e-cigs] in addition to the many already reported by the FDA.
By Action on Smoking and Health (AH)
The Food and Drug Administration [FDA] is considering whether to ban the sale of e-cigarettes advertised to administer marijuana to users "at the office, or even on the plane" and with ads suggesting use to get high in public without being detected.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
New York's proposed new additional tobacco tax of $1.60/pack is designed both to raise an additional $440 million and, to some, to "punish" smokers, but it's simply the latest is a growing number of measures aimed at smokers many regard as punitive.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Several recent polls and surveys show growing public support for penalizing employees who smoke by making them pay more for their health insurance, reports Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), America's first antismoking organization.
By Action on Smoking and Health (AH)
A new survey shows that almost half of all large companies already penalize employees' unhealthy behaviors, or plan to do so shortly, a trend likely to be accelerated by the new health reform law which permits if not encourages it, reports ASH

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