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Perceptions of Harm from Vaping vs Smoking Amongst US Adults

As the title suggests, the study titled, “Changing Perceptions of Harm of e-Cigarette vs Cigarette Use Among Adults in 2 US National Surveys From...

SF Considers E-Cig Ban Whilst Allowing Deadly Cigarettes on the Market

  “We care so much about the health of our kids that we can’t allow e-cigarettes to remain on the market until they have a...

Harm Reduction Expert About SF’s Proposed E-Cigarette Ban

Last week, the office of San Francisco City Attorney introduced a bill which would ban the sales of all e-cigarettes until the FDA’s PMTAs...

Siegel: The Lies told by the Tobacco Control Movement

In a blog published earlier this week, Siegel pointed out that careers in public health and tobacco control are meant to based on the...

Pennsylvania’s Department of Health Makes Untrue Claims

Sadly, the Pennsylvania Department of Health is ignoring the scientific data indicating the relative safety of vaping products, and released the following inaccurate statement....

Public Health Expert on Study Claiming That Vaping Causes Smoking

In line with the infamous “Gateway Theory”, a recent study, published last month in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, and based on...

A “Truth” Campaign That Is Spreading Anything But The Truth

“Better Smoke 19 Cigarettes than Vape One Juul Pod,” is basically the message that America’s adolescents are receiving. In fact, in response to the...

The relationship between smoking, vaping and myocardial infarction

A US study titled Association Between Electronic Cigarette Use and Myocardial Infarction, published on AJPM, surveyed 69,046 people in 2014 and 2016 to assess...

Romania: A Proposal to Ban Vaping in Public Places

In Romania, smoking has been banned in all enclosed public spaces as of 2016. The new draft law, which was submitted to Parliament in...

Does Vaping Lead to Heart Attacks?

The cross-sectional study looked at data from the National Health Interview Surveys of 2014 and 2016 involving 69,725 participants, and controlled for conventional cigarette...
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