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DAUBE/CHAPMAN: The Australian's dissembling campaign on tobacco plain packaging

But The Australian's reports have — as their authors must have expected — attracted attention overseas. UK headlines include “Plain packaging has backfired in Australia — don't bring it to the UK”, “Australia tobacco sales increase despite plain packagin
Medical Journal of Australia
added Aug 29, 2014 15:18
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[Africa, Canada, Ireland, Nigeria] JEMIDE: National Tobacco Control Bill: The challenge on security and economy

Ambrose Jemide, a security consultant, argues that stringent tobacco regulation has adverse implications for the security and economy of the nation…
Daily Independent (ng)
added Aug 27, 2014 22:00
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Carolyn Hax: Mother should abandon the smoke screen with her daughter

People often hold up the example of smokers telling their kids not to smoke as the height of hypocrisy. It’s not. What’s hypocritical about being in the grip of a difficult addiction and not wanting your kid to go through that? Every human being has thei
The Washington Post
added Aug 27, 2014 21:23
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Anti-Smoking Ads Featuring Celebrities Smoking Try To Get Kids To Rebel, But It Could Backfire

Seeing celebrities smoking outside of movies when they are less of the illustrious figure they portray on the big screen could make them more relatable to young people. A more effective and conventional tactic may have been targeting how tobacco companies
Medical Daily
added Aug 27, 2014 20:25
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[UK] LLOYD: 'I thought my e-cigarette was safe. Turns out, I was smoking the equivalent of 40-a-day'

When Rachael Lloyd took up vaping, she thought she'd stumbled across a miracle alternative to smoking. Little did she know, her 'friendly' e-cigarette was actually damaging her health - as the World Health Organisation is now starting to realise...
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Aug 27, 2014 19:49
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KECSKES: Do Harm Reduction Cigarettes Work?

“Harm reduction” cigarettes seem low-tech when compared to their e-cigarette counterparts, but they employ some pretty sophisticated “smoke & mirrors” chemistry to reel in the average smoker. This involves the use of genetically modified tobacco to cut d
Care2.com
added Aug 27, 2014 18:06
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FORBES: E-Cig Bans Should Go Up In Smoke

This mindless attack against e-cigarettes is reminiscent of the assaults against smokeless tobacco. Masticating tobacco is repulsive and harmful, but, again, it’s small beer compared with cigarettes. However, such distinctions are lost on the growing ran
Forbes
added Aug 27, 2014 12:23
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HUSTEN: Rise In Popularity Of E-Cigarettes Sparks Concerns And Recommendations

Incidentally, I couldn’t disagree more with Steve Forbes, whose name is at the top of the page here. See my comment at the bottom of his post on e-cigs.
Forbes
added Aug 27, 2014 12:18
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HALL/MacKENZIE: Should Australia lift its ban on e-cigarettes?

World Health Organisation has just released a report on electronic nicotine delivery systems that calls for their global regulation... In this Viewpoints, Wayne Hall calls for the ban to be lifted, while Ross MacKenzie presents the case for retaining it.
The Conversation (au)
added Aug 27, 2014 12:13
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FORREST: PRIME TIME: Who could have imagined the change in the nation's cigarette culture?

I saw your article in today’s paper where you asked for readers to talk about things that were unrecognizable to the under-50 crowd. Here is an oddity: Who under 50 could imagine the radical cultural changes surrounding the lowly cigarette?
Florida Times-Union
added Aug 26, 2014 22:14
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