News | Editorial
The Editors | Vancouver (BC) Sun (3 Mar 2016)
Indeed, the World Health Organization in early February stated that onscreen smoking prompts more than a third of young people who smoke to do so.
The Editors | The Hindu (26 May 2015)
The warning scroll is an effective way of communicating the dangers of smoking.
The editors | The Deccan Chronicle (30 Nov 2011)
Celebrities need to confine such habits to their private life.
The editors | USA Today (17 Mar 2011)
We're suggesting that Paramount showed poor judgment — and so have others.
Gary Markstein | The Week (8 Mar 2011)
The editors | The Boston Globe (28 Aug 2010)
Watching characters smoke in movies is the single most powerful pro-smoking influence for children.
Clayton Jones | The Christian Science Monitor (23 Aug 2010)
Why does Hollywood still not impose an R-rating for all movies with tobacco use?
The editors | The New York Times (7 Jan 2010)
It’s hard to condemn the strategy of using information, not censorship, to confront a perceived public-health threat.
The editors | America (22 Jun 2009)
Images of smoking in Hollywood films have global influence.