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Believability of new diseases reported in the 2014 Surgeon General's Report on smoking: Experimental results from a national survey of US adults

Important differences exist in believability of disease messages about new tobacco-related information. Messages emphasizing the causal link between smoking and new diseases should be considered for use in mass media campaigns.
Science Direct
added Mar 4, 2017 16:01

[Australia] Plain packets help smokers quit by killing brand identities

surveyed 178 smokers immediately before and seven months after the policy change and found that they were significantly less likely to adhere to any particular brand...correlated with smoking reductions and increased intentions to quit.
New Scientist
added Mar 1, 2017 05:56

[UK] Surprising Study Shows The Majority of E Cigarette Users Are Over 40 are one of the largest retailers of electronic cigarettes in the UK and recently carried out a survey to determine what the average 'vaper' looks like. A number of questions were asked and the results were surprising.
PR Newswire
added Feb 15, 2017 16:01

Survey: 'Dripping' Common Among Teen E-Cig Users

The practice of pouring e-liquid directly onto the heating element of an e-cigarette device and inhaling -- bypassing the liquid holding tank -- produces thicker vapor clouds, which drippers say results in a stronger throat hit and more intense flavors.
MedPage Today
added Feb 6, 2017 16:44

Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Public Perception of Risks of Exposing Children to Second- and Third-Hand Tobacco Smoke

Nonsmokers and respondents living with children were more likely to see smoking in the home as affecting all the queried health problems (p < .05). Knowledge of the risks of second-hand smoke exposure is limited, and very few respondents perceived risk fr
Journal of Pediatric Health Care
added Jan 31, 2017 14:52

WILLS: E-Cigarettes and Adolescents’ Risk Status

The good news is that 73% of the adolescent population did not use any tobacco-related product (nonusers). However, that 27% of adolescents still do is not comforting to public health researchers and advocates. Here I bring out 3 points about how this pap
added Jan 23, 2017 13:16

[UK] Prevalence and Correlates of the Belief That Electronic Cigarettes are a Lot Less Harmful Than Conventional Cigarettes Under the Different Regulatory Environments of Australia and the United Kingdom [FREE FULL TEXT]

the belief that ECs are (a lot) less harmful than conventional cigarettes was considerably higher in the United Kingdom than in Australia in 2013. The finding is consistent with the less restrictive regulatory environment for ECs in the United Kingdom, su
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jan 18, 2017 18:13

Public Grows More Wary of E-Cigarettes

In 2012, half of respondents (50.7%) participating in the National Cancer Institute's Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) considered e-cigarettes to be less harmful than regular cigarettes. In the 2014 survey, just 43.1% considered e-cigare
MedPage Today
added Jan 9, 2017 18:18

[UK] People smoke for enjoyment

The results of a survey of more than 600 smokers published yesterday by the Centre for Substance Use Research in Glasgow indicate that 95 percent gave pleasure as their primary reason for smoking, with 35 percent suggesting that smoking was part of their
Tobacco Reporter
added Dec 28, 2016 15:51

[California] Teen Vaping Linked to Higher Smoking Uptake

Los Angeles area teens who reported regular e-cigarette use were more likely to be smoking cigarettes 6 months later, researchers found, with more frequent vaping associated both with a higher likelihood of smoking and with heavier smoking at follow-up.
MedPage Today
added Nov 9, 2016 22:16
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