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STUDENT HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE LOOKS TO BAN TOBACCO, E-CIGARETTES ON CAMPUS

The Student Health Advisory Committee has collected more than 200 signatures, with more coming in, to pass a bill which would make the UW Oshkosh campus tobacco-free. Amy Hodel, a member of the Student Health Advisory Committee said if you grow up in a
Advance Titan (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh)
added Feb 23, 2017 15:47
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[UK] British American Tobacco aims to double size of vaping business ($$)

Cigarette maker British American Tobacco is aiming to double the size of its vaping business as price increases and the weak pound helped it offset flat cigarette volumes last year.
Financial Times (uk)
added Feb 23, 2017 13:35
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HOEKSTRA: Science challenges FDA vaping regulation, and Trump might be next

he says it will take quick action starting with Congress and a bill to push the grandfather date to Aug. 8, 2016. “That’s a step in the right direction,” Stier told Watchdog.org. “But it would not save innovation going forward, which we need. So that’s w
Watchdog.org (Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity)
added Feb 22, 2017 19:52
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[Asia-pacific, Japan] Finance Minister Aso questions cigarettes-lung cancer link

"Lung cancer is without a doubt increasing," Aso said. "I hear from various people who question whether there is really a relationship with cigarettes." Aso went on to encourage lawmakers’ use of electronic cigarettes while at work. "How about proposin
Asahi Shimbum (jp)
added Feb 22, 2017 19:45
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[Asia-pacific] Electronic Cigarette Use and Smoking Abstinence in Japan: A Cross-Sectional Study of Quitting Methods [FREE FULL TEXT]

For effective smoking cessation, e-cigarette use appears to have low efficacy among smokers in Japan. Allowing for the fact that this study is limited by its cross-sectional design, follow-up studies are needed to assess the prospective association betwee
MDPI AG (ch)
added Feb 22, 2017 17:18
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GLANTZ: Evidence that e-cigs depress quitting cigarettes keeps piling up, this time from Japan

They conducted a national cross-sectional study of 9055 people in Japan who had tried to quit smoking cigarettes in the last 5 years and found that people who used e-cigarettes were 38% less likely to have stopped smoking than people who didn’t use e-cig
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Feb 22, 2017 17:17
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[UK] BATES: A guide to the seven sins of overreaching government

Regulators have a bad habit of treating innovation as a threat rather than an opportunity...Does banning advertising of ecigarettes stop kids vaping, or does it protect the established cigarette trade from a potentially much safer and disruptive entrant?
Financial Times (uk)
added Feb 22, 2017 17:13
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[Asia-pacific, Singapore] YAP: Can we have courage in our tobacco policy-making?

It seems that harsher laws against smoking would be most effective in tandem with the availability of alternative tobacco or nicotine products, with a complete smoking ban as the end game. Perhaps Singapore can lead the world in this area as well, and b
The Middle Ground (sg)
added Feb 22, 2017 16:22
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[UK] SWEANOR: Pragmatism on nicotine could save lives

Reducing risks by helping smokers switch to less hazardous products has been opposed rather than endorsed, with regulation serving to restrict alternatives to cigarettes. The push to ban potentially less hazardous alternatives to cigarettes, or to put th
Financial Times (uk)
added Feb 22, 2017 01:24
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Sullum: The truth about e-cigarettes and government studies

FDA’s onerous new e-cigarette rules, which threaten to ruin thousands of businesses and stifle life-saving innovation. But Trump’s freshly minted secretary of health and human services, Tom Price, needn’t wait for revision of those regulations to experime
Chicago Sun-Times
added Feb 21, 2017 21:33
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