Sort by: Date added | Date Published | Most Viewed

Headlines Tagged with Harm Reduction 3,836 headlines found

5 Views

[Asia] GUO: Can China’s Smoking Ban Stick?

With China’s smoking culture and state interests so intertwined, the new smoking ban will probably not achieve its objective...Many are taking matters into their own hands (and lungs) by opting for a local invention: e-cigarettes...every method that reduc
The Diplomat (jp)
added Dec 8, 2016 02:55
12 Views

Philip Morris seeks U.S. approval to market alternative cigarette

"We are encouraged by the timeliness of PM's first FDA application submission...We continue to believe iQOS is a positive catalyst for both Philip Morris & Altria providing a unique competitive advantage," Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie Herzog wrote in a not
Reuters
added Dec 8, 2016 02:24
11 Views

[Virginia] Philip Morris International seeks FDA approval for "modified risk" tobacco product

claims the vapor has less than 10 percent of the harmful chemicals found in cigarette smoke, but the FDA will have to verify that claim as part of the agency’s review of the application, which could take more than a year. Tobacco companies cannot make hea
Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch
added Dec 7, 2016 02:27
7 Views

Misperceptions of harm among Natural American Spirit smokers: results from wave 1 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study (2013–2014)

The majority of NAS smokers inaccurately believes that their cigarettes are less harmful than other brands. Given the brand's rapid growth and its more common use in vulnerable groups (eg, young adults, lesbian, gay, bisexual, ‘other’ or ‘questioning’ adu
Tobacco Control
added Dec 7, 2016 01:21
6 Views

Questionable Ruling on e-Cigs in Public Housing

it is unclear as to exactly what this means for those who use electronic cigarettes or vaping devices because the wording is, at best, unclear, and at worst, contradictory.
Newswire
added Dec 7, 2016 01:17
4 Views

E-cigarette vapour is less harmful to lung cells than cigarette smoke

Recent tests conducted by scientists at British American Tobacco (BAT) show that, in stark contrast to cigarette smoke, vapour from the commercially available e-cigarette Vype ePen is less toxic to, and does not cause oxidative stress¹ in, human lung cell
BAT Science.com
added Dec 5, 2016 22:28
6 Views

Europe seeks a clear vision on e-cigarette taxation policy

While the European Commission is engaged in a consultation process on the taxing of e-cigarettes, seven EU member states have already instituted their own tax schemes. Between them, a variety of rates have been set. Unlike in the U.S., however, where se
ECigIntelligence (uk)
added Dec 5, 2016 18:42
5 Views

[Delaware] Long-term effects of vaping are still unknown

Can e-cigarettes be used to quit smoking regular cigarettes? The FDA has not approved e-cigarettes as a method to quit smoking. There are a few people who are able to quit smoking using e-cigarettes, but in the real world most of the people using e-ciga
Cape Gazette Newspaper (Lewes, DE)
added Dec 4, 2016 21:30
2 Views

[Indiana] FIDDIAN-GREEN: Vaping is not a proven way to stop smoking

In Indiana, current tobacco-control funding is one-tenth of the level recommended by national public health experts. We need to increase this funding so we can prevent Hoosiers from ever smoking and support those on the journey to quit. We don’t yet hav
Indianapolis (IN) Business Journal
added Dec 4, 2016 21:18
13 Views

Understanding the risks / Why certain nicotine products are less risky than smoking

A 2015 report by Public Health England stated that Vapour Products (e-cigarettes) are estimated to be 95% less harmful to health than smoking. E-cigarettes: an evidence update, a report commissioned by Public Health England, August 2015. Nicotine is mo
British American Tobacco (BAT)
added Dec 3, 2016 02:25
Sign up for daily headlines All Headlines Featured Headlines U.S. Headlines International Headlines