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PMI’S Latest Scientific Update for Smoke-Free Products Highlights Independent Research

Over 20 government reports and independent, peer-reviewed studies already published on PMI’s smoke-free products. General trend of independent research is in line with PMI’s conclusions: our most advanced smoke-free product generates significantly lower
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Jun 8, 2018 16:32
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E-cigarettes ubiquitous at schools despite all efforts: 'You won't find a kid in Georgia who hasn't vaped before'

A new study from Georgia State University supported that theory, citing the surging sales of JUUL and calling it the most popular e-cigarette brand in the U.S. Anna Belle Wallace, one of Jennings' classmates, said she remembers the burst of flavor when
Fox News
added Jun 8, 2018 15:24
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The FDA doesn’t know if flavored vaping chemicals are safe to breathe

a more looming public health issue lies in the mystery surrounding the safety of the flavoring chemicals inside e-cigarette liquids — many of which are billed by manufacturers as safe because the FDA has approved them for ingestion. Yet no one knows for
Salon Magazine
added Jun 8, 2018 15:21
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[Colorado] He Started Vaping As A Teen And Now Says Habit Is 'Impossible To Let Go'

Julien Lavandier, a Colorado State University student, started smoking e-cigarettes as a high school sophomore. He says he's now hooked on Juul and has been unable to quit.
National Public Radio (NPR)
added Jun 8, 2018 15:08
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[UK] SMOKE SCREEN Vaping ‘stronger e-cigarettes means ex-smokers inhale FEWER cancer-causing toxins’

Vapers using low nicotine e-cigarettes puff harder, for longer and more often - so inhale more cancer-causing chemicals
The Sun (uk)
added Jun 8, 2018 13:41
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[UK] Real-world compensatory behaviour with low nicotine concentration e-liquid: subjective effects and nicotine, acrolein and formaldehyde exposure

Use of a lower nicotine concentration e-liquid was may be associated with compensatory behaviour (e.g., higher number and duration of puffs) and increases in negative affect, urge to vape, and formaldehyde exposure.
London South Bank University
added Jun 8, 2018 13:38
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Cigarettes, Smog, Marijuana: Why More Women Are Getting Lung Cancer

The researchers found that white and Hispanic women born since the mid-1960s have higher rates of lung cancer than men in that age group. “While prevalence of smoking among men and women has converged over the past several decades, smoking prevalence am
Healthline Networks
added Jun 8, 2018 13:31
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Impact of the WHO FCTC over the first decade: a global evidence review prepared for the Impact Assessment Expert Group [FREE FULL TEXT]

s The FCTC has increased the implementation of measures across several policy domains, and these implementations have resulted in measurable impacts on tobacco consumption, prevalence and other outcomes. However, FCTC implementation must be accelerated, a
Tobacco Control
added Jun 8, 2018 13:31
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[UK] The impact of NICE on cardiovascular disease prevention

data from the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) shows smoking levels in 2016 fell to 15.5% of the adult population. To encourage this, we recommend offering patients in hospitals, mental health, and maternity services advice on quitting. But despit
National Health Executive (NHE) (uk)
added Jun 8, 2018 13:31
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[UK] NICEimpact cardiovascular disease prevention (PDF)

Quitting smoking is described by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) as the single best thing you can do for your heart health. NICE’s first public health guideline was on smoking: brief intervention and referrals, published in 2006. We have since pub
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.(NICE) (uk)
added Jun 8, 2018 13:31
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