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FLORIDA PROTECTED PUBLIC HEALTH BY REJECTING VAPING BAN
OCTOBER’s VAPING BAN SEES AUSTRALIA LAG EVEN FURTHER BEHIND
Asia Pacific’s leading Tobacco Harm Reduction consumer advocacy group has lashed out at the Australian Federal Government for making it increasingly harder for Australia’s 2.3 million daily smokers to quit cigarettes.
CHISTOPHER SNOWDOWN:THE WHO’s WAR ON E-CIGARETTES PROVES IT HAS NO INTEREST IN AN EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION
AFRICA: CAN TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION MAKE ITS WAY OUT OF CONTROVERSY?
PASSIVE SMOKING AND AIR POLLUTION ASSOCIATED WITH ARTHRITIS RISK, POOR RESPONSE TO RA TREATMENT
STUDY SHOWS CIGARETTE TAX HIKES CAN HELP BOOST BIGGER BRANDS, HURT CONSUMERS
STORY OF THE WEEK
WRONG INFORMATION DETERS SMOKERS FROM SWITCHING TO BETTER ALTERNATIVES
Advocates of tobacco harm reduction (THR) urged adult smokers to discern the science behind non-combustible alternatives as misleading and false information may push them away from switching to better nicotine alternatives like vapes and heated tobacco products (HTPs).