Darrell Winfield, better known as the Marlboro Man died Monday at the age of 85. Winfield was the face of the cigarette conglomerate from the 1960’s until the 1980’s. The company opted for actual cowboys rather than actors in their famous advertising campaign.
Perhaps Stephen Dorff was right after all. All one had to do to take back your freedom was simply exercise your right to vape.
The "Be Marlboro" campaign features new images, but the same old themes that tell young people to assert their independence and define themselves by smoking Marlboro cigarettes.
E-cigarettes, and the furtively named "vaping" industry it has spawned, are a mostly uncharted territory of the public health landscape that is finally -- finally -- getting some guidance from the Food and Drug Administration.
Deep down, I knew, and I think most everyone around me knew, that cigarettes were coffin nails.
Whenever I see a really big afro in bustling NYC, I get the feeling it's winking at me, saying, "Remember me?" When an afro sighting is followed up by a throwback cigarette or e-cigarette advertisement on a bus shelter I don't smile, for a moment i get genuinely confused what era it is.
Yes climate change is a jobs issue and moreover, it's the foremost personal and national security issue. The misery delivered by hurricane Sandy has unveiled the hazard of a wait-and-see policy. What are we waiting for now?
"Studies demonstrate that increases in the price of cigarettes decrease smoking, particularly by adolescents," the report