Headlines Tagged with Opinion/Surveys — 20,038 headlines found
BATE: Smoking Out Illicit Trade: How Some Policies Intended to Limit Smoking Drive Illegal Trade (PDF)
a sizeable minority of smokers bought illicit whites in most cases because they are far cheaper. It is also established (across 10 cities) that illicit whites are easily available in most markets, even in the wealthy markets of London and Singapore. Low
Sep 1, 2016 American Enterprise Institute
added Nov 7, 2016 15:49
CRE’s testimony at the FDA risk assessment workshop will focus on the first question FDA has put to the presenters and panelists, “What toxicological or epidemiological data and methods are available to characterize the hazards associated with constituent
Nov 1, 2016 Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE)
added Nov 4, 2016 23:11
• Prop. 56, which would raise the cigarette tax by $2 per pack, had 55 percent support, up from 53 percent in September.
Nov 4, 2016 San Francisco (CA) Chronicle
added Nov 4, 2016 15:54
New York Times science reporter Sabrina Tavernise highlights the tendency of American public health officials to view e-cigarettes as a threat rather than an opportunity, even though vaping offers a much less dangerous alternative to smoking. "A growing
Nov 2, 2016 Reason Magazine
added Nov 3, 2016 16:32
Veterinary surgeons are being urged to complete a survey on the effects of passive smoking in pets and what they feel their role should be when it comes to tackling the issue. Prof Clare Knottenbelt’s survey aims to gauge UK veterinary surgeons’ attitud
Nov 2, 2016 Vet Times (uk)
added Nov 2, 2016 15:16
the Minnesota Student Survey today. The Survey shows that fewer kids are smoking, but also that they are using flavored tobacco products and e-cigarettes at alarming rates.
Nov 1, 2016 PR Newswire
added Nov 2, 2016 14:12
Survey: Most Americans under age 35 believe e-cigarettes cause less harm than traditional cigarettes
showed that 44 percent of survey respondents reported believing that e-cigarettes are less harmful to the lungs than traditional cigarettes. Among men specifically, that number jumped to 54 percent who think e-cigarettes are safer.
Nov 1, 2016 News-Medical.net
added Nov 2, 2016 07:16
We solicit information and comments, announced in the Federal Register and posted in dockets on Regulations.gov, from concerned citizens, industry, and organizations on a wide range of issues related to implementation of the Tobacco Control Act.
Oct 28, 2016 FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added Oct 31, 2016 21:15
regular use remains rare and is most common among those who currently smoke or have previously smoked. This indicates that it is unlikely that electronic cigarettes are currently acting as a gateway, something which leads causally to smoking. - A grow
Oct 31, 2016 ASH London (uk)
added Oct 31, 2016 18:40
Increasing numbers of teenagers are trying e-cigarettes and are aware of the devices but the amount who continue to do so regularly has remained low, according to data released today. Health charity ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) revealed some resul
Oct 31, 2016 OnMedica Group (uk)
added Oct 31, 2016 18:36