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E-cigarettes less addictive than cigarettes, according to study

"We found that e-cigarettes appear to be less addictive than tobacco cigarettes in a large sample of long-term users," said Jonathan Foulds, professor of public health sciences and psychiatry, Penn State College of Medicine.
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Dec 10, 2014 15:24
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E-cigarettes ARE less addictive, study finds - but experts warn long term health benefits are still unknown

E-cigarettes are less addictive than cigarettes for former smokers, researchers have proved./ The research sheds new light on how nicotine addiction works. / However, experts warn the long terms health risk of e-cigarettes are still unknown.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 10, 2014 15:23
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Le HOUEZEC: The beef against electronic cigarettes is based on false evidence

But nicotine is only partly responsible for tobacco dependence. Other substances from tobacco smoke – such as monoamine oxidase inhibitors, which have antidepressant effects – reinforce tobacco dependence, but are absent from vaporized nicotine. That may
Beirut Daily Star (lb)
added Dec 4, 2014 21:16
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[Florida] Husband dead at 60; cigarette addiction to blame, Boca Raton widow says

Dorothy Haliburton is trying to persuade jurors that tobacco companies turned her husband, Andrew, into a hopeless addict through deceptive advertising. While he stopped smoking in 1994 when he was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, it
Palm Beach (FL) Post
added Dec 4, 2014 21:03
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Drug Use, Abuse, and Dependence and the Persistence of Nicotine Dependence [FREE FULL TEXT]

Clinicians should take care to evaluate the presence and/or history of drug dependence among patients seeking treatment for smoking cessation. These data suggest that a history of substance dependence predicts increased vulnerability to persistent ND.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Dec 4, 2014 13:28
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[Florida] Addiction Caused Smoker’s Deadly COPD, Argues Plaintiff’s Attorney

Keith Mitnick tells jurors that Patricia Dawn Allen’s addiction to cigarettes was a cause of her fatal chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Mitnick represents Andy Allen, who is suing tobacco manufacturers R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris, claiming thei
Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added Dec 2, 2014 20:26
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Tobacco smoking interferes with GABAA receptor neuroadaptations during prolonged alcohol withdrawal

constituents in tobacco smoke other than nicotine block the recovery of GABAA receptor systems during sustained alcohol abstinence, contributing to alcohol relapse and the perpetuation of smoking.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
added Dec 2, 2014 08:15
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[Australia] Smoking makes it harder to quit drinking

Contrary to popular opinion, smoking does not make it easier to quit alcohol, and may in fact make the withdrawal process worse. A study, published today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that smoking during alcohol withdrawal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) (au)
added Dec 2, 2014 08:14
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Why Do So Many Schizophrenics Smoke?

Scientists are still studying how nicotine and schizophrenia may be linked. The brain contains several types of receptors—proteins on the surface of cells that receive chemical messages. Nicotine attaches to the same type of receptors as a brain chemi
Healthgrades
added Nov 29, 2014 02:02
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[Massachusetts] Beyond the Nicotine: Q&A with tobacco control expert Michael Siegel

Siegel: Absolutely. There’s a new product called electronic cigarettes. Basically, they look like cigarettes, but they don’t contain any tobacco. They deliver nicotine, but without the tens of thousands of other chemicals. Many thousands of smokers have
The Daily Free Press (Boston University)
added Nov 28, 2014 12:31
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