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EDITORIAL: The US Chamber of Commerce should quit lobbying for tobacco abroad

The Chamber of Commerce should quit its global advocacy for tobacco and stand up for what really helps business: healthy workers and healthy people.
The Washington Post
added Jul 5, 2015 20:27
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'Wild West' for e-cigarette use in Canada, critic says

Six years after e-cigarettes were effectively banned in Canada, a booming industry and thousands of users across this country remain in a nicotine-laced fog. Are they legal? Are they safe? And what’s taking so long to sort things out?
VANCOUVER 24 HOURS (ca)
added Jul 5, 2015 12:40
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Tobacco sales in Alaska hit new low as e-cigarettes surge

Serino is one of many in Alaska who, for a variety of reasons, have stopped buying cigarettes and other highly addictive tobacco products, driving consumption to its lowest point since the latest available records in 2001. Much of the decrease is due to
Anchorage (AK) Daily News
added Jul 4, 2015 17:41
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[Australia] Smoking ban under spotlight after Melbourne prison riot

Australian experts are split over whether smoking bans are a crucial advance in prison health or "a bridge too far" that can only spark unrest. On Tuesday, hundreds of prisoners lit fires, broke walls and smashed windows in a 15-hour riot at a Melbourne
BBC Online
added Jul 4, 2015 17:20
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[Massachusetts] Cape towns ban beach smoking

In Massachusetts, the trend of prohibiting smoking on beaches started, oddly enough, in an inland community. In 1995, Sharon enacted the state’s first beach smoking ban at its three lake beaches. Today, the municipal association lists nearly four dozen M
Boston (MA) Globe
added Jul 4, 2015 17:17
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[UK] Smoking debate sparked by Superhospital portrayal of lung cancer patient Glyn

Terminally ill Glyn Moss was filmed smoking a cigarette on the ITV show Superhospital, filmed at the Royal Derby Hospital, where posters ask people not to smoke... He was heard to say that he had "cut down on the ciggies" but, in a hospital that has noti
Derby Telegraph (uk)
added Jul 4, 2015 17:12
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[Canada] BC smoking cessation program, Pfizer's Champix drug facing questions

Questions are being raised about the research the fired B.C. health workers were involved in, including Christy Clark's highly-touted smoking cessation program and a controversial drug named Champix.
CBC News (ca)
added Jul 4, 2015 17:11
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Zippo’s lawsuit against e-cig maker settled, the company reports

involving a Lorillard subsidiary’s use of the name “blu” in a popular and profitable line of e-cigarettes, was filed last April in a California federal court. In it, Zippo argued the brand too closely resembled its line of “BLU” butane lighters, and infr
Bradford (PA) Era
added Jul 4, 2015 16:02
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[UK] Cinema aromas that can turn a film stinker into a movie success: Whiff of vanilla can make stars more attractive while energy drinks make car crashes more exciting

Tests show that menthol can trick the body into feeling cold...Smell is associated with memory, mate selection and our enjoyment of food, and there is a 'groundswell of interest' in its research.... He is collaborating with blu eCigs
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 4, 2015 14:08
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Vapor Store Owner Beliefs and Messages to Customers

their messages to customers may be based on incomplete or misinterpreted information. Understanding local store owner messages to customers in addition to internet-based messages is an important area for future public health research.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 3, 2015 15:09
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