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E-cigarette use slowing infiltrates campus

Both referenced a certain enjoyable aspect of smoking with friends that is lost with e-cigarette use. This may contribute to the subtlety of the e-cigarettes’s rise to popularity. Little research has been done to determine their prevalence, particularly
Old Gold and Black (Wake Forest University)
added Oct 31, 2013 02:21
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[USA] LETTERS: Tobacco, Trade Agreements and Public Health

The United States government’s proposal on tobacco in the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations represents a step forward for public health in the international trade community. -- BILL CORR ... it already has a safe harbor in our trade agreements and u
New York Times
added Aug 26, 2013 23:50
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Evaluation of Tobacco Use and Cardiovascular Diseases

The purpose of this contract is to provide FDA with the required resources to conduct a study with subjects that meet the objectives and specifications detailed below. The ultimate objectives of the study are: 1) To evaluate whether and how individuals w
Federal Business Opportunities
added Aug 10, 2012 19:45
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[New York] RIA Gets $3 Million to Continue Studying Children Exposed to Cigarette Smoke

The University at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions has received a $3 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to study the behavioral and biological differences between children exposed to cigarette smoking and those not e
University of Buffalo
added Jul 18, 2012 03:33
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[New York] Want to Live Longer? Move to NYC

Natalie Wolchover, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
LiveScience.com (Yahoo!)
added Jun 21, 2012 09:42
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ALCORN: Redefining public health in New York City

“We have really the nation's first and maybe the world's first public health mayor, who has made clear that he is willing to take controversial positions if they're going to improve the health of his citizens.” Of all Bloomberg's legacies to New York, len
The Lancet (uk)
added Jun 21, 2012 08:42
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Study Suggests Link Between Smoking, Increased Risk of Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Smoking appears to be associated with an increased risk of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer, according to a report of a meta-analysis and review of available medical literature published Online First by Archives of Dermatology
JAMA/Archives Media Relations
added Jun 19, 2012 04:59
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Raising the Excise Tax on Cigarettes: Effects on Health and the Federal Budget

By themselves, the effects of improvements in health (including greater longevity) on revenues and outlays would have the net result of reducing deficits for roughly the next 50 years (see figure below). After that, however, the increase in spending (spur
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
added Jun 16, 2012 08:43
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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS NOW SMOKE CIGARETTES AND CIGARS AT SIMILAR RATES

New CDC Data Reinforces Need for FDA Regulation of Cigars
American Legacy Foundation
added Jun 13, 2014 00:04
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Cigar Use on the Rise Among U.S. Teens

More teenagers are turning to cigars, particularly among African-Americans, even as they smoke fewer cigarettes, according to a government survey. The findings published Thursday come as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration weighs tighter restrictions
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Nov 15, 2013 02:06
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