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[California] Public Campaign Against Exxon Has Roots in a 2012 Meeting

dating back to a gathering in La Jolla, a San Diego community, in 2012. That meeting was conceived of by Naomi Oreskes... The participants, including several veterans of the tobacco wars, discussed a turning point in the fight against tobacco: the unearth
New York Times
added May 23, 2016 20:57
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As Marijuana Laws Relax, Smokers in New York Turn Bolder

If the smell (and the lightheadedness a passer-by may feel) is anything to judge by, lighting up and strolling around seems increasingly common in pockets of Brooklyn, on side streets in Manhattan and in other public spaces.
New York Times
added Dec 14, 2015 22:13
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FDA nominee faces questions about drug industry ties

President Obama’s nominee to lead the Food and Drug Administration defended his past ties to the pharmaceutical industry on Tuesday, saying that drug company dollars never influenced the outcome of his academic research and vowing to maintain the agency’s
Washington Post
added Nov 18, 2015 15:37
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[UK] Bacon, ham and sausages 'as big a cancer threat as smoking', WHO to warn

Global health experts are to warn that bacon, ham and sausages are as big a cancer threat as cigarettes, it has been reported. "The WCRF advises that people can reduce their bowel cancer risk by eating no more than 500g (cooked weight) per week of red me
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Oct 24, 2015 03:43
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Scientist who urged government to sue climate skeptics gets millions from taxpayers

Doug Blanke, who once helped release 35 million pages of tobacco industry documents... “Denying the consensus of the world’s climate scientists, like insisting the world is flat, is not against the law, in itself… The law only comes into play when a compa
Fox News
added Oct 23, 2015 07:42
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[Asia-pacific, Australia, Hawaii] Trade deal enters final round

As trade ministers gather today on the Hawaiian island of Maui, enough uncertainties remain that participants and observers worry the talks may falter in what is supposed to be the final round.
The Australian (au)
added Jul 27, 2015 11:18
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Caffeine Inhalers Rush to Serve the Energy Challenged

E-cigarettes have merged with triple-shot lattes in the form of caffeine inhalers. The new devices, with names like the Eagle Energy Vapor, promise to deliver a burst of caffeine to on-the-go college students and professionals who cannot spare the time,
New York Times
added Jul 23, 2015 09:46
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European Parliament safeguards health in TTIP, says No to ‘business as usual’ ISDS

adopted its Initiative report with recommendations to the European Commission on the negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). EPHA and EHN welcome the report ...a clear signal that the controversial Investor-to-State Dis
European Public Health Alliance (be)
added Jul 9, 2015 10:17
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[UK] How cannabis wrecks the lungs: Those who have even ONE joint a week are suffer more breathing problems than those who smoke regular tobacco

However, people who had been heavy users had a persistent cough and wheeze even after they cut down or quit, suggesting heavy cannabis use can have long-term affects on the lungs. The study's lead author, Dr Bob Hancox, an associate professor at the Un
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 19, 2015 15:43
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House Republicans just passed a bill forbidding scientists from advising the EPA on their own research

two other bills aimed at impeding the EPA, including one that prevents the agency from relying on what it calls “secret science” in crafting its regulations — but which in reality, opponents argue, would effectively block the EPA from adopting any new rul
Salon Magazine
added Nov 26, 2014 11:06
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