Latest Tobacco harm reduction Stories
In a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, scientists at KU Leuven report that e-cigarettes successfully reduced cravings for tobacco cigarettes, with only minimal side effects.
Use of electronic cigarettes has more than tripled among students in Poland, according to research led by Maciej Goniewicz, PhD, PharmD, of Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
While the data suggests that the e-cigarettes appear to be less harmful than traditional cigarettes, the American Heart Association said on Sunday that since the products contain nicotine, they should be classified as tobacco products and subject to all applicable laws.
But More Must be Done to Further Drive Down Cigarette Smoking and Stubbornly High Rates of Cigar and Smokeless Tobacco Use WASHINGTON, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following
More than 50 leading scientists from 15 countries have written a letter to the WHO’s Director-General, Margaret Chan, to reconsider its intention to classify e-cigarettes as the same as regular cigarettes.
Despite years of anti-smoking education and legislation, tobacco use still remains an important public health issue in the United States.
A study led by Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Maciej Gonieicz found that e-cigarettes emit significant amounts of nicotine, but not any substantial amounts of carbon monoxide or other toxic
France is planning on banning the use of electronic cigarettes in public places, treating the devices like normal cigarettes.
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