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With tobacco, what you don't know can kill you sooner

Half of U.S. adults believe e-cigarettes to be just as harmful as traditional cigarettes...For people who continue to smoke, there are better alternatives to cigarettes that, while still hazardous, aren’t as lethal. For nonsmokers considering taking up t
University of Buffalo
added Aug 31, 2015 20:42
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ITG Brands, LLC 8/27/15

FDA has determined that several of your cigarette products are adulterated under section 902(8) of the FD&C Act (21 U.S.C. § 387b(8)) because they are modified risk tobacco products sold or distributed with
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added Aug 27, 2015 12:41
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ARCHIVE: Tobacco Industry Efforts Undermining Evidence Linking Secondhand Smoke With Cardiovascular Disease [FREE FULL TEXT]

attempted to undermine the evidence that SHS causes CVD to fight smoke-free regulations while developing approaches to support new products that claim to reduce harm. The industry interest in preserving corporate viability has affected the design and inte
Circulation
added Aug 16, 2015 11:26
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Controversy in promoting e-cigs

Just one huge caveat, skeptics say: E-cigs could turn out to be a crutch that reinforces smoking, and also could be a gateway to regular cigarettes for youngsters who wouldn't otherwise get hooked. To some degree, this is a philosophical debate. Under t
Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer
added Aug 5, 2015 14:03
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Modified Risk Tobacco Product Applications: Applications for 10 Products Submitted by Swedish Match North America Inc.; Reopening of Comment Period

This document has a comment period that ends in 31 days (08/31/2015) ... FDA has received and accepted a number of amendments to Swedish Match North America Inc.'s 10 originally-filed MRTPAs and is making these amendments available for public comment. FD
Federal Register
added Jul 31, 2015 15:39
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[Sweden, USA] UPDATE 1-Swedish Match remains hopeful on U.S. wet snuff status

Swedish Match expects U.S. regulators to decide in the coming months whether it can market its wet snuff product in the United States with a lower health risk label. The Swedish company is looking across the Atlantic for the next big market for its snus
Reuters
added Jul 17, 2015 11:49
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[Texas] SIEGEL: Another Youth E-Cigarette Survey Fails to Ask the Right Questions and Compromises Study Conclusions

by omitting from the paper the facts that e-cigarettes are much safer than real cigarettes and that they contain no tobacco and involve no combustion, the article suggests that e-cigarette experimentation among smokers is a much larger problem than it act
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Jul 13, 2015 11:59
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[New Zealand] E-CIGARETTES: LIFESAVERS OR SMOKESCREEN?

what advice should a Kiwi nurse give a smoking client who’s switched to e-cigarettes and wants to know whether they are safe? Or to a heavy smoker struggling to quit who wonders whether ENDS could be the answer for them? The quick, unhelpful answer is th
Nursing Review (nz)
added Jul 8, 2015 21:32
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BELLUZ: E-cigarettes and health — here's what the evidence actually says

to sort through the research and figure out whether e-cigarettes are actually safe, I read through more than 60 studies... What it means for you: If you're a chronic smoker, e-cigarettes could be a less destructive way to get your nicotine fix. If you do
Vox Media
added Jun 26, 2015 09:39
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[UK] Investigation examines bitter dispute over e-cigarettes in the public health community

(BAT) is now poised to market Voke, the first licensed medicinal nicotine product from a tobacco company. ASH has welcomed the decision, saying Voke “… will allow smokers to choose a product which meets the high standards of medicines regulation and cou
Rochdale Online (uk)
added Jun 25, 2015 09:31
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