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EUROPEAN COMMISSION COMMITS TO TAKING STRICTER APPROACH TO TOBACCO ALTERNATIVES
The European Commission has committed itself to protect the public “from picking up lasting habits that are damaging to health”.
FILIPINO GOVERNMENT ISSUES PACKAGING RESTRICTIONS AMID FDA CASH SCANDAL
The Philippines establishes new restrictions on flavours and changes to labeling requirements.
POST-BREXIT OPPORTUNITIES FOR TOBACCO POLICY REFORM AND TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION IN THE UK
A paper lead by British Professor Gerry Stimson analyses the outlook for the country.
HOW THE EU PLANS TO EXPAND THE NANNY STATE
A report published this week by the European Commission is another milestone in the EU’s journey towards regulating every detail of its citizens’ lives.
SMOKE-FREE FUTURE LESS THAN A GENERATION AWAY, SAYS INCOMING PHILIP MORRIS CEO
MACRON CALLS FOR A TOBACCO FREE GENERATION IN EFFORTS TO CUT CANCER DEATHS
French President Emmanuel Macron has marked World Cancer Day by announcing a ten-year strategy to reduce deaths from the disease by 50 percent.
STUDY SHOWS UNCHANGED TEEN SMOKING RATES IN 40% OF COUNTRIES OVER PAST TWO DECADES
A new study has shown that smoking levels among 13-15-year-olds in 40% of countries surveyed across the globe remained unchanged or increased between 1999 and 2018.
STUDING E-CIGARETTE USING PATTERN WITH SENSORS AND AI
When attached to e-cigarettes, the tiny device will track smoking and vaping patterns, and its goal is to help users quit the harmful habit.
PATIENTS WITH LUNG CANCER REDUCE SMOKING RATE AFTER ENROLLMENT IN PHASE III CLINICAL TRIAL
Continued smoking after a lung cancer diagnosis is associated with an approximate 50% median increase in mortality , according to the 2014 Report of the Surgeon General.