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Stanton Glantz – Expert, or Extremist?

Glantz is a professor of medicine in the cardiology division at the University of California, San Francisco, and one of the most influential anti-tobacco...

Progress for vaping in new Zealand, but USA and Australia stay...

Meanwhile Montana has become the latest US state to propose a tax on vapour products, as a Democrat senator pushes for a 14% cash...

Welsh hostility to vaping continues, but FDA backs off another step

Wales pushes for flavour ban Public Health Wales released an updated position statement on Thursday, outlining its latest policies on vapour products. In a confused...

The silly science which has been used to support the view...

On the 16th November, 2016, Stanton Glantz writes in his blog: “E-cigarette advocates love to present e-cigarettes as a disruptive technology developed in China...

Prop 56 tax promoters in CA blame e-cigs for tobacco epidemic

The implementation of Proposition 56 would increase the state’s tobacco tax from 87 cents to $2.87. The fact that California is the third largest...

Anti-vaping groups intimidate scientist, PA vapers step up protests

Pennsylvania vaper protests continue as state considers tax climb-down Vaping advocates in Pennsylvania continued their protests against the state’s planned 40% tax this week. Hundreds...

Beware, the Californian garden does not hide the US forest!

Two weeks ago, an article was published by the journal Pediatrics that exploited the data of a large longitudinal sample of Southern California youth who...

“Ecigs 1/3 to 1/2 as bad as traditional cigarettes”: Speculative science...

On Saturday, Prof Stanton Glantz published on his blog a compilation of scientific research papers to emphasize that e-cigarettes are, according to his own...

USA: California raises to 21 legal age for tobacco products

California is the second state, half a year after Hawai'i in January 2016, to sign for a raise of legal age to prevent the...

Vaping doesn’t help smokers quit. Really?

A meta-analysis of 38 studies by the University of California San Francisco concludes that e-cigarettes are associated with significantly less quitting among smokers, as...
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