Category Archives: Giovino, G – Paper

Where ‘Smoke-Free Isn’t the Norm: Global Tobacco Use Booms in Developing World.


Where ‘Smoke-Free Isn’t the Norm: Global Tobacco Use Booms in Developing World.


The British medical journal The Lancet studied 14 developing nations and found that nearly half of men and 11 percent of women in those countries use tobacco, mostly smoke products. Jeffrey Brown talks to State University of New York at Buffalo’s Gary Giovino about why some cultures don’t specifically encourage quitting.

Lancet Article  Tobacco Use in 2 Billion Individuals from 19 Countries: An Analysis of Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional Household Surveys  Appendix-2012

Curtailing Tobacco Use: First We Need to Know the Numbers

How did UK cigarette makers reduce tar to 10 mg or less?

The impact of reduced ignition propensity cigarette regulation on smoking behaviour in a cohort of Ontario smokers

Cigarettes sold in China: design, emissions and metals

Effect of differing levels of tobacco-specific nitrosamines in cigarette smoke on the levels of biomarkers in smokers

How do different cigarette design features influence the standard tar yields of popular cigarette brands sold in different countries?

Prevalence of behaviors related to cigarette-caused fires: a survey of Ontario smokers.

Cigarette yields and human exposure: a comparison of alternative testing regimens

The conceptual framework of the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Policy Evaluation Project

Smokers’ reactions to reduced ignition propensity cigarettes

Smoker awareness of and beliefs about supposedly less-harmful tobacco products

Epidemiology of menthol cigarette use