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E-Cigarette Use Associated With Increased Risk for COPD

A study has shown an association between regular e-cigarette use and higher likelihood of having chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This research was presented at the American Thoracic Society International Conference, held May 18-23, 2018, in
PulmonaryAdvisor
added May 23, 2018 21:50
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American Thoracic Society 2018 International Conference C16.

CIGARETTE, E-CIGARETTE, AND MARIJUANA SMOKING: HUMAN AND MOUSE STUDIES / A4449 Life Course Cigarette Smoking and Lung Health from Young Adulthood to Middle Age: Findings from the CARDIA Lung Study
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
added May 23, 2018 15:16
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[UK] Smoking putting more patients in hospital in Coventry

The number of Coventry hospital admissions from smoking-related illnesses has risen slightly since 2015. More people than ever were in hospital due to smoking illnesses, as figures from Public Health England revealed people were admitted to hospital for
Coventry Evening Telegraph (uk)
added May 23, 2018 15:09
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[Canada] A world without cigarettes? How vaping is disrupting Big Tobacco’s plans

This summer e-cigarettes will officially become legal in Canada, and tobacco companies are preparing for their largest threat yet. Will they ride the vaping wave to higher sales—or will they get smoked?
Globe and Mail (ca)
added May 23, 2018 03:56
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FDA Issues Tobacco Training Guidance

FDA has indicated it plans to promulgate regulations establishing standards for approved retailer training programs. The guidance document released by the FDA is the first step in that process and contains nonbinding recommendations to retailers. Employe
CSP News (Convenience Store/Petroleum)
added Jun 6, 2018 01:39
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Cutting back on cigarettes is futile: Study finds quitting will improve lung health - but smoking fewer does nothing

Heavy smokers who quit had lesser odds of suffering from lung disease than light smokers, a study from Northwestern University in Illinois found. Those who continue to smoke 10 cigarettes per day were more likely to develop emphysema than those who used
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 24, 2018 16:21
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what would happen if new tobacco products ‘akin to iphones’ were sold in the u.s.?

[FDA] is expected to decide in coming months whether [PMI] can bring IQOS to the U.S., and if it can be marketed as a less harmful alternative to cigarettes...more interested in IQOS because of marketing efforts that portray the product as “akin to iPhone
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added May 24, 2018 15:49
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U.S. Cancer Death Rate Declines Again, But Prostate Cancer Incidence Rises

Much of the decrease can be attributed to the decline in smoking, Cronin said. "I think it really reflects a decrease in smoking over the past five decades," Cronin said. "But even though lung cancer is still decreasing, which is really great news, it s
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added May 24, 2018 15:36
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Mom-to-Be's Pot Use Tied to Changes in Baby's Size, Behavior

Smoking marijuana during pregnancy has been linked to smaller weights and irritable behavior in infants, new research suggests. And if a pregnant woman smokes tobacco along with marijuana, the effects on the baby are even worse, the study authors said.
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added May 24, 2018 15:34
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Cutting back on cigarettes is futile: Study finds quitting will improve lung health - but smoking fewer does nothing

People who cut down on cigarettes thinking it will improve their lung health are actually putting themselves at greater risk of disease, new research shows. Heavy smokers who quit had lesser odds of suffering from lung disease than light smokers, a stu
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 23, 2018 15:18
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