Morning Roundup: August 21, 2012
Tobacco use still soars in poor and middle-income countries, Mexico's drug war deaths may be slowing, and Princeton ranks in top 20 "Party Schools."
- Tobacco: Uphill Battle for Antismoking Campaigns in Poor and Middle-Income Countries [New York Times]
- Mexico Murders Rise Least Since 2007 As Cartel Slayings Remain High [Business Week]
- New Jersey Senate Approves "Good Samaritan" Emergency Response Act [NJ Today]
- Smoking During Pregnancy Linked With Asthma in Children [Fox News]
- Most Drunk Driving Deaths Caused By Drivers With Twice Legal BAC Limit [Washington Post]
- Princeton Review's Top 20 Party, Sober Schools [ABC News]