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UK Smokers Remain Suspicious of E-Cigarettes

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The UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recently officially recognized vaping products as smoking cessation tools. A 2019 study commissioned by...

Cancer Research UK Inaccurately Links Consumers’ Voices to Big Tobacco

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The NNA concurred, and referred to the study as the "Bloomberg-funded report which was designed to paint the consumer voice as somehow part of...

Scottish Vape Industry Calls For Click-And-Collect Reprieve

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The 2018 data indicated that only 19% of all adults still smoked, but the smoking rate in the most deprived parts of Scotland was...

CRUK: Scotland May Miss Tobacco-Free Target by 16 Years

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In 2017, the Scottish government had announced that it was setting in place a tobacco plan in order to become “smoke-free” by 2034. At...

UK Report: The Number of Vapers is on The Rise Again

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ASH has been releasing an annual survey since its inception in 2012. The latest one has indicated that the number of vapers in the...

UK Study: E-Cigs May be Helping Over 50,000 People Quit Smoking...

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Led by researchers from UCL and funded by Cancer Research UK, the study titled, “Association of prevalence of electronic cigarette use with smoking cessation...

UK Study: Misperceptions About Vaping Remain Rife

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Research from King's College London which was recently published in the journal Addiction, indicated that smokers and ex-smokers in the UK still believe that...

Vapers Needed for Studies

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University of Leicester: Survey about vaping at the workplace Two sociologists at the University of Leicester, Dr. Charlotte Smith and Professor Jason Hughes, have been...

Did Plain Packaging Lead to Increased Cigarette Prices?

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A recent study by Stirling University has indicated that the price of top-selling cigarettes increased by almost 5%, or an extra 38p on a...

PHE Symposium, “A new era for tobacco harm reduction”

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The event was attended by about 200 delegates amongst which were a diverse number health practitioners, researchers, consultants, directors of public health and representatives...