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Can E-cigarette Ads Undermine Former Smokers? An Experimental Study

Conclusions: Exposure to e-cigarette ads can increase former smokers' desire to smoke and weaken their confidence to abstain. Regulators may need to consider the potential population impact of allowing former smokers to be exposed repeatedly to e-cigaret
Tobacco Regulatory Science
added Aug 3, 2016 18:09

[UK-Northern Ireland] Move to combat children taking up smoking

The Western Trust is rolling out a wide range of measures to tackle smoking among children, as it emerged almost 5 per cent of local 11 to 16-year-olds have taken up the habit. Smoking prevention programmes are being taken into classrooms and youth cent
Derry Journal (uk)
added Jul 22, 2016 23:57

UK government should fund media campaigns that promote quitting, not films that promote smoking

A letter from leading international tobacco researchers published today by Addiction calls for the UK government to stop subsidising films that they claim promote smoking and spend more on media campaigns that promote quitting. Anti-tobacco media campaig
added Jul 1, 2016 21:22

GLANTZ: Pro and con on using e-cigs to quit smoking

New England Journal of Medicine just published two alternative views on what to tell patients about using e-cigarettes for smoking cessation, one from Chris Bullen and one from. You can read both at
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Jun 10, 2016 17:21

A longitudinal study of cotinine in long-term daily users of e-cigarettes

In experienced e-cigarette users enrolled online, cotinine levels were similar to levels usually observed in cigarette smokers. Over time, these users decreased the concentration of nicotine in their e-liquids, but increased their consumption of e-liquid
Drug and Alcohol Dependence
added May 3, 2016 18:23

Electronic Cigarettes for Smoking Cessation: A Systematic Review.

the evidence remains inconclusive due to the low quality of the research published to date. Well-designed RCTs and longitudinal, population studies are needed to further elucidate the role of e-cigarettes in smoking cessation.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added May 3, 2016 16:35

[Australia] Federal Court forces drug regulator to consider nicotine inhaler case

British American Tobacco subsidiary Nicovations Australia last year applied to register its Voke inhaler - an aerosol can that releases a nicotine vapour - with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) as an over-the-counter drug. Electronic cigarettes
Sydney Morning Herald (au)
added Apr 24, 2016 02:31

[Asia, Mid-east, Saudi Arabia] Smoking addiction clinics in high demand

There has been a high demand in the Kingdom from people seeking help to give up smoking in the wake of the rise in tobacco prices announced recently by the government. This is according to Anas Al-Hadi, a doctor at a clinic treating people for nicotine ad
Arab News (sa)
added Mar 17, 2016 13:09

RJ Reynold’s Unpublished Randomized Controlled Trial Finds that Camel Snus is Not Effective for Smoking Cessation

In 2009, RJR created “The Smoker Cessation/Migration Study/CSD0909/CSD1010”... RJR's research is helpful to FDA because, combined with the Hatsukami study, it shows that two separate RCTs demonstrate that Camel Snus does not sustain smoking cessation. Bot
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Mar 5, 2016 14:15

Approximately one quarter of the total decline in smoking in Australia due to Plain Packaging

The Public Health Association (PHA) of Australia by releasing a report on the effects of plain packaging since 2012, states that plain packaging legislation has resulted in a stunning outcome.
Asian Tribune
added Mar 1, 2016 07:53
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