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The impression I am left with is that the entire harm reduction debate is a toxic one, with venom on both sides, which is leading to irrational thinking, blind adherence to ideology, a focus on ad hominem attacks rather than rational scientific discourse
Oct 2, 2014 The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
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JTI is also closing its Wervik plant in Belgium and ending production at its German facility in Trier, as it comes to terms with declining volumes and growing regulatory pressures.
Oct 7, 2014 Financial Times (uk)
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The only people making money on these bonds are investment bankers who fooled state politicians into believing that ready money in their state coffers now was more important than any future consequences...all together, the states will spend just 1.9 perce
Oct 7, 2014 New York Times
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“Her eyes were rolling back into her head,” Oliver said. Oliver said she didn’t know what the toddler, Winona, drank but later found the bottle. “I saw it was her dad’s e-cigarette vapor. In that second, it clicked into my head: I was going to lose my da
Oct 7, 2014 Atlanta (GA) Journal-Constitution
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“Sir, I should be glad if you could spare me some space in your columns to say that Lady Sclater, the wife of the Adjutant-General, has asked me to help her by making known in Horsham the work of the S.S.S. or ‘Smokers for Soldiers and Sailors’, an assoc
Oct 7, 2014 West Sussex County Times (uk)
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e-cigarettes, will be banned from Winnipeg's largest school division. Trustees with the Winnipeg School Division voted on Monday to ban the use of e-cigarettes on school property.
Oct 6, 2014 CBC News (ca)
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A Tiger Airways passenger is being investigated by the Australian Federal Police after allegedly being caught smoking an electronic cigarette during a flight.
Oct 7, 2014 The Age (au)
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The head of the Australian Council on Smoking and Health has boldly proclaimed we could see the end of smoking in Australia within his lifetime. New research has found that smoking rates for people aged 12-24 dropped from 15-11 per cent in the two years
Oct 7, 2014 Radio 3AW
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Smoking rates have dropped among young Australians in recent years, and research released Tuesday suggests that banning tobacco displays from shops is a factor. The latest study, funded by the Cancer Institute of New South Wales, looked at the medium-te
Oct 7, 2014 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
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The mediation of social influences on smoking cessation and awareness of the early signs of lung cancer
Conclusions: We suggest that future smoking cessation and lung cancer awareness campaigns could usefully capitalise on the influence of close social networks, and would benefit from taking a 'softer'approach.
Oct 7, 2014 7thSpace Interactive (portal)
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