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US Scholar: Accurate Information About E-Cigs Could Save Lives

In a paper titled, Regulatory Obstacles to Harm-Reduction: The Case of Smoking, Jonathan H. Adler, a professor at Case Western Reserve University School of...

Asia steps up anti-vaping enforcement; US academics jump the shark

Feds waste $200,000 on Twitter vaping study Despite the US government moving to cut public spending in the face of a spiralling deficit, the National...

Prohibition or Harm Reduction

In their piety, the people who wanted to control smoking had prayed for an effective intervention. A very high percentage of the population kept on...

UK : A third of asthma cases linked to cigarette smoke...

An article by health policy editor Denis Campbell published yesterday on The Guardian, said that these findings have prompted “renewed concern” about parents smoking...

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...

Philip Morris International to launch their own NRT

Christchurch Clinical Studies Trust Ltd released the study about this new device which was developed by Professor Jed Rose, co-inventor of the nicotine patch....

A proposal to exempt Nicotine from being classified as a poisonous...

“E-cigarettes are relatively new and evolving products. There is scientific consensus that they are less harmful than tobacco cigarettes” stated Kiwi minister, Mr Lotu-Iiga,...

The facts about the risks of Nicotine ingestion in children

Chicago Fire Department identified the lozenges as “Niquitin Minis”, which are over the counter lozenges smokers use when trying to quit smoking. One of...

Mixed headlines as PHE support switching in pregnant women, but Manchester...

British doctors claim vaping “can cause COPD” A team of researchers at the University of Manchester say they have uncovered new evidence that electronic cigarettes...

Smoking cessation: Scientists find quitting abruptly increases success

Opposite to the most common belief, going slowly is not the best way to quit smoking, even if quitting rates are also reasonably good...
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