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British American Tobacco launches 2016 Corporate Behaviour Report

Corporate conduct is one of three key areas – the other two being harm reduction and sustainable agriculture and farmer livelihoods ...“Being in a controversial industry has meant we have long been aware of our responsibilities and the importance of opera
British American Tobacco (BAT)
added Sep 6, 2016 17:37
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REDUCED-RISK PRODUCT SCIENTIFIC UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2016 - ISSUE 01 (PDF)

(PMI) is investing in the development and assessment of Reduced-Risk Products (RRPs)*, a range of non-combustible alternatives to cigarettes with the potential to reduce individual risk and population harm in comparison with cigarette smoking. This Scient
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Sep 6, 2016 16:15
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Philip Morris International Releases First “Update” on Their Scientific Research to Develop and Assess Potentially Reduced-Risk Products

today releases the first Reduced-Risk Product (RRP) Scientific Update, a regular publication on its research efforts to develop and assess a range of potentially reduced-risk alternatives to cigarettes.
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Sep 6, 2016 16:09
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[UK] What is the impact of e-cigarette adverts on children's perceptions of tobacco smoking? An experimental study [FREE FULL TEXT]

provides the first evidence that exposure to e-cigarette adverts might influence children's perceptions of smoking tobacco cigarettes, reducing their perceived harm of occasional smoking. These results suggest the potential for e-cigarette adverts to unde
Tobacco Control
added Sep 6, 2016 15:58
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[UK] E-cigarette ads may cause children to underestimate smoking risks – study

E-cigarette advertising may be leading children to believe occasional tobacco smoking is not harmful, and is potentially prompting more young people to experiment with smoking, a study has claimed. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the Un
The Guardian (uk)
added Sep 6, 2016 15:57
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[UK] Call for softer line on ‘vaping’

BRADFORD Council is being urged to become “vape user friendly” by members of the council’s Conservative group. The call comes on the back of research published by Public Health England and the Royal College of Physicians surrounding e-cigarettes.
Bradford Telegraph and Argus (uk)
added Sep 6, 2016 15:51
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[North Dakota] SWEANOR/WARNER: Their View: Measure 4 wrongly targets all tobacco products

By all means, North Dakota should have a much higher cigarette tax. But Measure 4's proposed increased tax on smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes sends the message that all tobacco and nicotine products are equally dangerous. This is not true and has the
Grand Forks (ND) Herald
added Sep 5, 2016 02:07
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The Vapour Revolution: How Bottom-Up Innovation Is Saving Lives (PDF)

the evidence of public health benefits from vape products has been mounting -- as documented in this study. It is important that governments meeting for the seventh Conference of the Parties...take on board this new evidence and support policies that do n
Reason Foundation
added Sep 3, 2016 14:51
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The Vapour Revolution: How Bottom-Up Innovation Is Saving Lives

It is important that governments meeting for the seventh Conference of the Parties to the FCTC, which will take place in Delhi in November 2016, take on board this new evidence and support policies that do not impose unnecessary impediments to the develop
Reason Foundation
added Sep 3, 2016 14:44
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[Asia, Asia-pacific, Hong Kong] Vaping is saving lives, American think tank argues

The Reason Foundation urges the Hong Kong government to adopt a rational and lenient policy towards vaping instead of condemning the city’s 600,000-plus smokers to death...a new research paper, The Vapour Revolution: How bottom-up innovation is saving liv
Harbour Times (hk)
added Sep 3, 2016 14:37
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