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Intersection of e-cigarette use and gender on transitions in cigarette smoking status: Findings across waves 1 and 2 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study

Findings identify e-cigarettes as a potential aid for smoking cessation, but also as a potential risk for smoking relapse in men only. Overall, women were less likely to quit smoking, and e-cigarette use did not impact their ability to quit or to stay qu
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 23, 2018 18:45
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Prenatal smoking exposure and cardio-metabolic risk factors in adulthood: a general population study and a meta-analysis

prenatal smoking exposure is associated with an increased odds ratio of overweight, obesity, and GDM in adulthood, but not with type 2 diabetes, hypertension, waist circumference, or total cholesterol. These findings highlight the importance of abstaining
International Journal of Obesity
added Sep 20, 2018 16:46
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Prospective predictors of flavored e-cigarette use: A one-year longitudinal study of young adults in the U.S A

• About 8% of young adults in the U.S. used e-cigarettes during 2014–2015. • About 69% of e-cigarette users used non-tobacco and non-menthol (NTM) flavors. • Young age, female sex, marijuana use, and never smoking predicted NTM flavor use. • Harm of f
Science Direct
added Sep 16, 2018 19:16
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Flavour capsule heat-sticks for heated tobacco products [FREE FULL TEXT]

capsule heat-sticks contain menthol and other flavours that can mask the harshness of tobacco and may appeal to female and young non-smokers. Therefore, it is critical to monitor the growth, toxicity and potential public health impact of heat-sticks with
Tobacco Control
added Sep 15, 2018 03:44
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[Africa, South Africa] HUMAN: Tobacco kills, but nicotine is a lifesaver

the Bill folds these nicotine products into the tobacco category, and subjecting the category to an advertising ban, display ban, plain packaging, graphic warnings and smoke-free laws. This will amount to a de facto ban, block the fire exit and millions o
Independent Online (IOL) / The Post (za)
added Sep 11, 2018 21:17
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[UK] 'Concern' at rise in pregnant women smoking at end of last year

A report to the City of York Council Health, Housing and Adult Social Care Policy and Scrutiny Committee says the percentage of pregnant women smoking in the Vale of York CCG area rose from 7.5 per cent in the third quarter of last year to 11.9 per cent
York Press (uk)
added Sep 11, 2018 21:05
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HUGHES: The Diversity of Nicotine and Tobacco Research [FREE FULL TEXT]

The articles in this issue of NTR reflect the current major areas of nicotine/tobacco research: efficacy of treatment, special populations, and harm reduction...Pascal...said to think of knowledge as a sphere, all matter outside the sphere as ignorance,
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 8, 2018 14:10
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Scientific Conference: Opioid and Nicotine Use, Dependence, and Recovery: Influences of Sex and Gender

[FDA]'s Office of Women’s Health, in collaboration with ... Center for Tobacco Products, will be hosting a 2-day public meeting, “Scientific Conference: Opioid and Nicotine Use, Dependence, and Recovery: Influences of Sex and Gender,” to address this impo
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added Sep 10, 2018 23:41
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[UK] England's damning pregnancy smoking map: Graphic reveals expectant mothers in Blackpool are 23 TIMES more likely to smoke than those in West London

Despite it being well-known that smoking while pregnant can give babies serious health problems, one in 10 expectant mothers in England don't ditch the cigarettes. And the rates of smoking during pregnancy vary across the country, with women in the nort
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 9, 2018 20:09
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[Korea - North] Effect of smoking cessation on the risk of dementia: a longitudinal study [FREE FULL TEXT]

Smoking was associated with increased risk of dementia. Smokers who quit for a prolonged period of time may benefit from reduced risk of dementia. Therefore, smokers should be encouraged to quit in order to reduce the risk of developing dementia, especia
Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science
added Sep 6, 2018 14:16
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