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[New Zealand] Exclusive: Smoking rates in Year 10 students plummet to lowest rate since ASH survey began in 1992

New figures given exclusively to TVNZ1's Breakfast show 82 per cent of Year 10 students have never tried cigarettes.
TVNZ (nz)
added Mar 27, 2018 14:46
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[South Africa] Reports, interviews and photos from #WCTOH2018 Uniting the World for a Smoke Free Generation

This page brings together comprehensive coverage of WCTOH2018, and will be regularly updated.
Tobacco Control Journal blogs
added Mar 26, 2018 15:30
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VAPING WON'T STAIN TEETH UNLIKE CIGARETTES, NEW STUDY SUGGESTS

Scientists from the [BAT] conducted a study that examined teeth exposed to cigarette smoke and teeth subjected to vaping over a two-week period. The results were presented at the American Association for Dental Research's annual conference.
Newsweek
added Mar 26, 2018 15:25
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Cognitive risk factors of electronic and combustible cigarette use in adolescents

those who used any tobacco product perceived e-cigarettes as less harmful when compared to abstainers. Individual facets of perceived harm (addiction potential and harm vs. cigarettes) differ between cigarette only users and e-cigarette users and may help
Addictive Behaviors
added Mar 26, 2018 15:05
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Electronic Cigarettes: One Size Does Not Fit All

The hurdle presented by diverse device designs and EL permutations, which contribute to inconsistency of available data, also highlights the need for legislative standardization of EC.
Science Direct
added Mar 26, 2018 15:03
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Smoking-attributable Mortality by State in 2014, U.S.

Cigarette smoking continues to cause a substantial proportion of deaths in every state, with the highest population-attributable fractions in Nevada and the South. The continuing high burden in states with longstanding tobacco control, like California, h
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Mar 26, 2018 15:01
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Potential health impact of strong tobacco control policies in 11 South Eastern WHO European Region countries

The projections show that large health effects can be achieved and the results can be used as an advocacy tool towards acceleration of the enforcement of tobacco control laws in WHO European Region countries.
European Journal of Public Health
added Mar 26, 2018 14:59
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Using Neuroscience to Inform Tobacco Control Policy

Neuroscience techniques can provide more objective evidence of the impacts of policy measures, allow investigation where it is not possible to conduct behavioural manipulations and facilitate a deeper understanding of the cognitive mechanisms underlying
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Mar 26, 2018 14:56
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THOMAS: India can’t eliminate tuberculosis by 2025 without curbing smoking

Curbing smoking itself is also essential. But despite India’s sustained efforts, including mandatory graphic health warnings on product packages and a ban on cigarette advertisements, the habit pervades a considerable section of the population. Though th
Quartz
added Mar 26, 2018 14:37
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[Canada] Smoking abstinence 1 year after acute coronary syndrome: follow-up from a randomized controlled trial of varenicline in patients admitted to hospital

Varenicline was efficacious for smoking cessation in this high-risk patient population. However, 60% of patients who received treatment with varenicline still returned to smoking.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (ca)
added Mar 26, 2018 14:02
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