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TEXAS COMPANY CAN KEEP SELLING FLOVERED E-CIGS, 5TH CIRCUIT RULES
PHILIP MORRIS SENSITISES PUBLIC ON NON-COMBUSTIBLE TOBACCO PRODUCTS
FIGHITING THE LAST WAR: AN EXCORIATION OF THE WHO AND TOBACCO CONTROL
The image on the cover of the new report, Fighting The Last War: The Who and International Tobacco Control, is a distillation of that war. On one side is a mass of menacing, angry orange and yellow smoke; on the other, a cool-white cloud of fluorescent vapor.
GOOD COP DISTRACTS FROM BAD COP – CONCERNS GROW
A major UN climate change conference may overshadow an equally important World Health Organization conference where decision-makers are likely to ignore scientific evidence, consigning millions of tobacco smokers to an early death, says the organiser of sCOPe – a virtual broadcasting event.
GRADUAL NICOTINE REDUCTION KEY TO HELPING E-CIGARETTE USERS QUIT, SHOWS STUDY
The study, published in this week’s issue of the Journal of Medical Internet Research, has implications for young adults who are currently hooked and want to stop using e-cigarettes, commonly called vapes.
SMOKERS WHO QUIT BEFORE AGE 45 NEARLY ELIMINATE RISK OF DYING FROM LUNG CANCER
STORY OF THE WEEK
NHS TO PRESCRIBE E-CIGARETTES TO HELP SMOKERS KICK HABIT
Doctors in England would be the first in the world to adopt medically licensed vaping devices to save lives. Health Secretary Sajid Javid said: “This has the potential to tackle the stark disparities in smoking rates across the country.”