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[Asia, India] Smoking and tobacco in women: shocking facts

While an average male smokes 6.1 cigarettes a day, a woman smokes an average of seven cigarettes per day! Not just in cities, but rural women also consume tobacco in various forms – dental paste, bidis, hookah and masheri powder.
The Health Site (in)
added Dec 28, 2017 22:58
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VIDEO: Pressured Tobacco Industry Looks To Smokeless Products: Shea

Ken Shea, Senior Analyst Global Food, Beverages & Tobacco for Bloomberg Intelligence, on how the pressure is on for smokeless products to save the tobacco industry.
Bloomberg News
added Jan 1, 2018 11:59
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[Asia, India] ‘Tobacco habits common in police personnel’

Police personnel are known to often resort to tobacco-associated habits as a stress-buster to soothe their nerves to help them focus better. A study was published in the Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences to determine the prevalence of tobacco-assoc
Indian Express (in)
added Dec 26, 2017 23:10
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Naswar (Smokeless Tobacco) Use and the Risk of Oral Cancer in Pakistan: A systematic Review with meta-analysis

freely available to both adults and children at very cheap prices compared to cigarettes, which has been the main focus of tobacco control in Pakistan. This review provides ample evidence for the IARC to declare Naswar as carcinogenic, as well as the Gove
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Dec 28, 2017 15:26
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Harm Minimization and Tobacco Control: Reframing Societal Views of Nicotine Use to Rapidly Save Lives (PDF)

The harm minimization continuum posits that all nicotine-containing products are not equally harmful and, instead, range from exceptionally low harm (e.g., NRT) to exceptionally high harm (e.g., combusted tobacco such as cigarettes, cigars, hookah, pip
Annual Review of Public Health
added Jan 12, 2018 13:32
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The poorest of poor suffer the greatest burden from smokeless tobacco use: A study from 140 countries [[FREE FULL TEXT]

The majority of the burden of SLT use is on lower and lower middle income countries with the greatest burden on the poorest segments of the population in these countries.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Dec 22, 2017 21:00
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Lifestyle Delivery Systems' Licensee, CSPA Group, Inc., Receives California State License Type 7 Manufacturing License for Volatile Solvent Extraction

The Company's technology produces infused strips (similar to breath strips) that are not only a safer, healthier option to smoking, but also a new way to accurately meter the dosage and assure the purity of the product.
PR Newswire
added Dec 22, 2017 16:17
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Letter to FDA protesting the way that they are handling public comment in RJR snus MRTP

Dear Mr. Zeller: Today, December 18, 2017, FDA filed for substantive scientific review six modified risk tobacco product applications (MRTPA) from R.J. Reynolds for six styles of Camel Snus smokeless tobacco products referenced above. We are writing t
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Dec 22, 2017 02:43
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[Florida] Fla. bill would raise age to buy tobacco products to 21

How old is old enough to buy tobacco products? Right now in Florida, you can buy if you’re 18. If a bill passes, that age gets raised to 21. Sen. David Simmons (R-Altamonte Springs) is sponsoring the bill which would make the age 21.
WTSP-TV Ch. 10
added Dec 22, 2017 01:51
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Reynolds enters FDA modified-risk tobacco gauntlet with Camel Snus styles

Monday, six styles of Camel Snus became the first Reynolds American Inc. tobacco products to enter the Food and Drug Administration review process for gaining modified-risk status. Reynolds submitted modified-risk tobacco product applications April 3.
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Dec 20, 2017 22:12
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