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SIEGEL: New Research Suggests that Anti-Smoking Groups' Propaganda About Electronic Cigarettes' Harms is Causing Tragic Consequences

Nearly one-third of smokers who discontinued e-cigarette use and returned to exclusive smoking listed concern over the health effects of vaping as a very important reason for stopping e-cigarette use....despite the propaganda being disseminated by many an
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Oct 25, 2014 00:28
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[UK] Heresy of the week: Tolerance for smokers should start with an apology to non-smokers

the desire to push our tormentors even further away from us isn’t just about defending ourselves, but getting our own back too. Like fresh air, revenge is sweet. I’m not defending this attitude for a moment, but it does explain why the smokers’ lobby kee
ConservativeHome (blog) (uk)
added Oct 24, 2014 15:22
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[UK] GOLDIN: E-cigarettes in pharmacies ($$)

I attended this year’s Pharmacy Show at the NEC in Birmingham on 5–6 October 2014 and saw a large number of exhibitors flogging their e-cigarette products to attendees, many of whom are pharmacists. How can pharmacists encourage patients to give up smokin
Pharmaceutical Journal (uk)
added Oct 24, 2014 15:17
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[USA] SIEGEL: Unlike Data from U.S., Data on Youth Electronic Cigarette Use in Poland is Concerning

this should be reassuring to public health advocates in the United States, where the data look very different and do not support the conclusion that e-cigarettes are serving as any sort of gateway to cigarette smoking. Second, it may be that country-spec
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Oct 24, 2014 14:00
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SIEGEL: New Research Suggests that Banning E-Cigarette Flavors Could Have Tragic Consequences

very little public health benefit at the expense of tragic consequences to ex-smokers, who would return to smoking in huge numbers, and to current smokers, who would continue to smoke combustible cigarettes rather than make a potentially successful quit o
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Oct 24, 2014 13:58
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BLAIR: Your Health: If smokers understood what they’re really inhaling, chances are they’d quit

In summary, there is no healthy smoking device. They all cause cancer. In order to stop this epidemic we must become smarter consumers for those we love and ourselves. Smoking not only affects the smoker; it affects anyone that takes in secondhand smoke,
KyForward
added Oct 24, 2014 10:55
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UWIMANA: I SPENT A DAY WITH A GUY SELLING ILLEGAL CIGARETTES ON THE STREETS OF NEW YORK

He tells me his name is Debo Lato. He’s 51 and his “office” is just outside the bodega, right in front of the spot where Garner was killed on July 17. A makeshift memorial—candles, cards, and flowers—still rests on the spot where Garner, a six-foot-three
Vice.com
added Oct 23, 2014 16:26
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[Poland, USA] DUTRA/GLANTZ: High International Electronic Cigarette Use Among Never Smoker Adolescents

The heavy marketing of e-cigarettes to youth has likely contributed to the increasing popularity of e-cigarettes among adolescents [[21], [22], [23]]. In addition to claims that e-cigarettes are safer than cigarettes and may provide health benefits, e-cig
Journal of Adolescent Health
added Oct 23, 2014 14:32
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[New York] ROSS: City Council’s Plan to Protect Cigarettes and Kill Smokers

The City Council must reject this ill-advised measure. E-cigarettes should certainly be regulated by mandating good manufacturing standards, childproof packaging, and accurate labels. Teens should not be allowed to purchase them. But restrictions on thes
New York Observer
added Oct 23, 2014 14:03
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CONLEY:Time for common sense e-cigarette regulations

Instead, anti-e-cigarette lawmakers have larded their bills with extra language designed to broadly – and unwisely – crack down on e-cigarettes by confusing them with harmful tobacco products.
Washington Times
added Oct 23, 2014 13:59
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