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Inflammatory and Oxidative Responses Induced by Exposure to Commonly Used e-Cigarette Flavoring Chemicals and Flavored e-Liquids without Nicotine [FREE FULL TEXT]

Our data suggest that the flavorings used in e-juices can trigger an inflammatory response in monocytes, mediated by ROS production, providing insights into potential pulmonary toxicity and tissue damage in e-cigarette users.
Frontiers Journals (cz)
added Jan 31, 2018 16:52
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[Asia-pacific] Liquid E-Cigarette Industry Indonesia Subject to 57% Excise Tax

Also in Indonesia more and more people are seen using the e-cigarette, a device that tries to create the sensation of tobacco smoking. Considering the relatively recent appearance of the (modern) e-cigarette in the world, its health risks are not yet ful
Indonesia Investments (nl)
added Jan 12, 2018 04:26
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[Ireland] You're twice as likely to develop mental health problems if you smoke, HSE says

SMOKERS ARE TWICE as likely to develop mental health issues than those who don’t indulge, research from an Irish health study has found. Dr Paul Kavanagh, Director of Public Health Medicine North East, Specialist in Public Health Medicine and Advisor to
The Journal.ie (ie)
added Jan 11, 2018 00:03
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[New Zealand] ARCHIVE: Synthetic drugs being produced in liquid form for e-cigarettes, decreasing chance of detection

Synthetic drugs are being produced in liquid form and smoked through e-cigarettes and vaporisers, a new report shows. And experts say ingesting the drug as a liquid increases the chance of risk. Drug Foundation spokesman Samuel Andrews said the product
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Nov 30, 2018 18:14
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Review of biomarkers to assess the effects of switching from cigarettes to modified risk tobacco products

Results: A total of 8876 articles were retrieved (of which 7476 were excluded according to the exclusion criteria). The literature indicates that not all assessed biomarkers return to baseline levels following smoking cessation during the study periods bu
PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Jan 14, 2018 21:30
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Intriguing Research into Pathways to Limit Nicotine, Quit Cigarette Use

Lexaria's patented delivery method could give the estimated 69 percent of U.S. adult smokers who say they want to quit a new way to do just that. Utilizing Lexaria's DehydraTECH™ technology to formulate edible products containing nicotine and/or its analo
PR Newswire
added Jan 11, 2018 01:02
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Drugs, gums or patches won't increase your chances of quitting

Using prescription drugs or over-the-counter products like gums, mints or patches won't increase your chances of quitting smoking a year later, according to a new study. The US researchers followed two groups of people 2002/03 and 2010/11 and found at t
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jan 10, 2018 23:56
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[Europe, UK] Vaping chiefs hope Brexit will puff new life into industry

Brexit may provide a boost for the electronic cigarette industry as it could allow ministers to slash red tape which dictates the size and strength of nicotine refill containers. The use of e-cigarettes, widely known as vaping, has proven popular among
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Jan 10, 2018 19:09
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Risk of coronary heart disease among smokeless tobacco users: results of systematic review and meta-analysis of global data

A significant positive association was detected between SLT use and risk of fatal CHD, especially for European users and those consuming snus/ snuff. In view of the positive association even after strict adjustment for smoking, these results underscore t
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jan 9, 2018 22:19
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CHAPMAN: Drugs, gums or patches won’t increase your chances of quitting

found at the end of the 12-month period, those using varenicline (sold in Australia as Champix), bupropion (Zyban), or nicotine-replacement therapy (gums, mints or patches) were no more likely to have quit smoking for 30 days or more than those who didn’t
The Conversation (au)
added Apr 17, 2018 20:58
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