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Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology

is a industry-captured journal. As David Michaels writes in Doubt is Their Product: ... dominated by scientists who work for industry trade groups and consulting firms... The editor of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology is Gio Gori,
SourceWatch (Center for Media & Democracy)
added Feb 26, 2016 18:43
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Article on Sanders’ Complaints About Journalism Demonstrates Why Sanders Complains About Journalism

The largest stockholder of the New York Times is Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim, who’s a billionaire 77 times over
FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting)
added Feb 26, 2016 16:34
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Sports Illustrated Releases Its Annual Tobacco – Uh, Swimsuit – Issue

once again it is crammed with ads for cigarettes... These ads are further evidence that tobacco companies have not changed and continue to target kids. It’s outrageous that they do so, and shameful that Sports Illustrated is selling them the ad space.
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Feb 24, 2016 19:42
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Jeanelle de Gruchy: Should David Bowie have spoken out about the cause of his cancer?

I normally hold my tobacco industry genocide outrage in check in social settings…until my friend said what a wonderful, quiet, dignified death he had had...angry that my hero has allowed this to happen, to influence so many more to start or continue smoki
BMJ Group blogs
added Jan 28, 2016 19:06
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[UK] Feed your baby tripe - and don't smoke over the cot: As Britain's first baby magazine turns 60, its hilarious (and often terrifying) advice from a bygone era

Indeed, an article from 1964 seemed to think mothers would be positively virtuous if they took up the following rule: ‘A good resolution would be not to smoke when nursing (breastfeeding) baby or tucking him up in his pram or cot.’
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 26, 2016 16:12
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[California] FIKES: E-cig reporting: What went wrong? Flawed, slipshod journalism misrepresented study

Science journalism ended the year on a down note, with widespread misreporting of a study from San Diego researchers on the risk of electronic cigarettes...Jacobs picked a story from the Daily Telegraph as the “most dangerous, irresponsible, and ill-infor
San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune
added Jan 26, 2016 13:26
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[Africa, Ghana] Delayed regulations affecting control of tobacco use

The Programme Director of VALD, Mr Labram Musah Massawudu, reiterated the need for the MOH to expedite action on the introduction of the regulations, stating that as a party to the Framework Convention on Tobacco, Ghana ought to take administrative, legi
Graphic Ghana (gh)
added Jan 23, 2016 15:13
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[UK] Headlines about e-cigarettes don’t mean they’re ‘not safer than tobacco’

But as is so often the case in the reporting of science and risk, taking a deeper look behind the headlines reveals a very different story. Just because they’re not “safe” doesn’t mean they aren’t “safer” The first study to make the headlines suggested
Cancer Research UK (uk)
added Jan 21, 2016 15:28
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FIKES: The factual haze over vaping

UK Telegraph, city of Chicago offer alarmism instead of sober science / science abuse taking place in Chicago, where that city's public health department has launched an inflammatory and misleading campaign against vaping, calling it, among other things,
San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune
added Jan 11, 2016 16:48
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[UK] BAULD: No, there's still no evidence e-cigarettes are as harmful as smoking

Professor Linda Bauld unpicks recent headlines around a study looking at the impact of e-cigarette vapour on human cells, and finds little support for the claim that they’re as harmful as smoking
The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 31, 2015 17:25
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