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            "summary": "two community leaders have forged an unlikely partnership \u2014 and it\u2019s helping LGBTQ youth in unexpected ways.\r\n\r\nWhen the popular Crema Coffee on The Alameda closed one of stores, most San Joseans expected the space to be filled by another cafe or restaurant. Instead, a smoke shop moved in \u2014 right next to the Billy DeFrank LGBTQ+ Community Center, where many youth gather for support and resources.\r\n\r\nWhile the move initially raised eyebrows, the neighbors are making it work. On a recent afternoon, Gabrielle Antolovich, president of the center, and Craig Stanley, owner of Mission Pipe Smoke Shop, joked about the number of lesbians who frequent the smoke shop.\r\n\r\n\u201cThere\u2019s a lot of people in our community who like cigars,\u201d . . . \r\n\r\n\r\nStanley said he\u2019s building a heavily-ventilated lounge for patrons to use when indoor recreation is permitted again, as well as installing shades and fans to redirect smoke from the patio away from the Billy DeFrank center.",
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            "headlineText": "Legislature eyes reversal of Missoula\u2019s ban on flavored vaping; receives praise, criticism",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A House bill heard in committee this week would limit local control on alternative nicotine and vapor products, retroactively canceling Missoula\u2019s flavored vape ban passed by the Missoula City Council last November.\r\n\r\nHouse Bill 137, sponsored by Rep. Ron Marshall, R-Hamilton, aims to amend the State of Montana\u2019s Youth Access to Tobacco Act by clarifying that alternative nicotine products are separate from tobacco products.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.kpax.com\/news\/montana-legistlature\/legislature-eyes-reversal-of-missoulas-ban-on-flavored-vaping-receives-praise-criticism",
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            "headlineText": "Parker Hannifin Advances Insurance Suit Over Tobacco Program",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Parker Hannifin Corp. won a round in its lawsuit seeking to force Travelers Casualty & Surety Co. of America to cover costs associated with an Employee Benefits Security Administration investigation into an employee welfare and tobacco cessation program sponsored by a predecessor company, according to a ruling by an Ohio federal judge.",
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            "headlineText": "Stop Doomscrolling and Watch the Fran Lebowitz Documentary Series on Netflix",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "On the set of Scorsese\u2019s The Wolf of Wall Street, in which she played a judge, DiCaprio gave a reluctant Lebowitz an electronic cigarette. When he told her she can\u2019t smoke it on an airplane, she asked him how he would know what is or isn\u2019t allowed on a commercial flight. He said that he flew commercial with one and was told it is not allowed.",
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            "subhead": "Need a distraction? Here are 12 moments from Pretend It\u2019s a City that are better than anything else on the internet right now.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:54:06+00:00"
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            "id": 501024,
            "headlineText": "Fran Lebowitz's 20 New York-iest quotes from \"Pretend It's a City\"",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The writer-humorist shades everyone and everything in Netflix's new limited series",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.timeout.com\/newyork\/news\/fran-lebowitzs-20-new-york-iest-quotes-from-pretend-its-a-city-011421",
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            "subhead": "9. \"I cannot stand in front of a place smoking a cigarette without ten people instantly asking me for directions. And I'm always surprised by this. Like, 'Really? Do I look welcoming to you?'\"",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:52:33+00:00"
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            "id": 501022,
            "headlineText": "This Is How Much Cigarettes Cost Over A Lifetime - MA True Cost Of Smoking Compared To US",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Massachusetts is the most expensive state in the nation in which to be a smoker.A pack-per-day Massachusetts smoker will spend $3.17 million over a lifetime on cigarettes, lost income, health care, and other financial losses due to tobacco addiction, according to WalletHub\u2019s \u201cThe Real Cost of Smoking by State.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/dailyvoice.com\/massachusetts\/worcester\/lifestyle\/this-is-how-much-cigarettes-cost-over-a-lifetime-ma-true-cost-of-smoking-compared-to-us\/801387\/",
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            "headlineText": "LaFAIVE\/NESBIT: A cigarette tax hike in Maryland would increase smuggling",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Together, we wrote several studies on the relationship between cigarette excise taxes and illegal cigarette smuggling. We estimate that in 2018 Maryland\u2019s smuggling rate was a rather modest 9.3 percent. That is, of all cigarettes consumed in Maryland that year, about one in 10 were smoked as a result of tax evasion and avoidance. But that rate could leap to a stunning 47.4 percent if lawmakers raise the cigarette tax higher, to the proposed $3.75 per pack. That would give Maryland the third-highest smuggling rate in the nation, behind only New York and California.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.washingtonpost.com\/gdpr-consent\/?next_url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.washingtonpost.com%2fopinions%2f2021%2f01%2f14%2fcigarette-tax-hike-maryland-would-increase-smuggling%2f",
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            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:31:06+00:00"
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            "id": 501020,
            "headlineText": "Governor Murphy Announces All New Jersey Residents Ages 65 and Older Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Beginning Thursday, January 14, all New Jersey residents ages 65 and older, and individuals ages 16-64 with certain medical conditions, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus, are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination. Those conditions include cancer, chronic kidney disease, COPD, Down Syndrome, heart conditions, obesity and severe obesity, sickle cell disease, smoking, and type 2 diabetes mellitus.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nj.gov\/governor\/news\/news\/562021\/approved\/20210113a.shtml",
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            "id": 501019,
            "headlineText": "TRANSCRIPT: January 13th, 2021 Coronavirus Briefing Media",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Smoking puts you at significant risk for an adverse result from COVID-19, and there are 2 million smokers in New Jersey that fit into this category.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nj.gov\/governor\/news\/news\/562021\/approved\/20210113d.shtml",
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            "subhead": "Commissioner of the Department of Health, Judith Persichilli:",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:25:47+00:00"
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            "id": 501018,
            "headlineText": "TRANSCRIPT: January 15th, 2021 Coronavirus Briefing Media",
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            "summary": "I have to push back on a false narrative that is out there in some circles that we are vaccinating smokers while we're not vaccinating another group, whether it be our blessing heroic educators or other incredibly important and heroic essential workers. This is mixing up apples and oranges for the sake of a quick headline, frankly, or taking a cheap shot. . . .  It is a simple fact, whether we like it or not, that smoking like other chronic and medical conditions puts someone at a higher risk of a more severe case of COVID.\r\n\r\nIn this, we are in agreement with the CDC guidance. . . .  I get it, I understand the optics here and that attacking folks who took up the habit of smoking and who are now addicted may be politically expedient but at this time, we are stuck in a position where we have to prioritize a limited federal produced -- or at least distributed -- vaccine doses based on medical fact, and not on political want. We need to save lives and we need to protect our hospitals, by the way, from a patient surge.\r\n\r\nWe've said this many times. The one thing that cannot happen is to have our hospital beds, or especially our intensive care beds, get over run.",
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            "headlineText": "New Jersey is prioritizing cigarette smokers for COVID-19 vaccines because of their risk of severe disease",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The decision will bump the state's two million cigarette smokers to the front of the vaccine line, alongside people with other high-risk medical conditions, including obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and \r\n\r\nheart disease\r\n.\r\n\r\n\"Nicotine is one of the most powerful addictions. Smoking put individuals at higher risk for more severe disease. If an individual who smokes gets COVID, they get sicker much quicker,\" Donna Leusner, director of communications for the state department of health, said in a statement Thursday.\r\n\r\n\"Our goal is to save as many lives as possible and to promote vaccination among the highest risk groups,\" she added.\u00a0In NJ, smokers can get vaccinated before teachers",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.businessinsider.com\/smokers-prioritized-us-covid-19-vaccine-2021-1?r=US&IR=T",
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            "subhead": "Smokers have an increased risk of developing severe COVID-19. That's why states like New Jersey are bumping them toward the front of the vaccine line.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:19:18+00:00"
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            "id": 501016,
            "headlineText": "GOP state attorneys general spread election lies that fueled Capitol riot",
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            "summary": "The Republican Attorneys General Association, currently led by Chairman Chris Carr of Georgia and Policy Chair Steve Marshall of Alabama, is under fire for its role in amplifying false claims of presidential election fraud. We look at the group's history and its corporate funders \u2014 some of whom are now reconsidering their support. . . . \r\n\r\n\r\nAmong the other donors who have given RAGA at least six-figure contributions in 2020 were  . . . Virginia tobacco giant Altria ($275,000)",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.facingsouth.org\/2021\/01\/gop-state-attorneys-general-spread-election-lies-fueled-capitol-riot",
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        "501013": {
            "id": 501013,
            "headlineText": "COVID-19 Scan for Jan 06, 2021: COVID immune response; Smoking and COVID-19",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-06T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Yesterday in Thorax, researchers used data collected from the British ZOE COVID Symptom Study App to show that smoking is tied to a worsening of COVID-19 symptoms and that smokers were more likely to be hospitalized for treatment.\r\n\r\nEleven percent of the 2.4 million participants of the symptom study self-identified as smokers, and 35% said they felt unwell in March and April of 2020. Those who said they were current smokers were 14% more likely to report three main symptoms of COVID-19\u2014fever, persistent cough and shortness of breath\u2014than were non-smokers.\r\n\r\nSmokers were also twice as likely to be hospitalized for their infections.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.cidrap.umn.edu\/news-perspective\/2021\/01\/covid-19-scan-jan-06-2021",
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            "subhead": "Smoking tied to worsen COVID-19 symptoms, more hospitalization",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T17:04:44+00:00"
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            "headlineText": "States put smokers in line for Covid-19 vaccine, sparking frustration among essential workers still waiting",
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            "sourceDate": "2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "New Jersey and Mississippi are currently offering the vaccine to smokers under the age of 65, and several other states have included smokers among those next in line, but haven't opened the phase yet, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/edition.cnn.com\/2021\/01\/15\/us\/smokers-eligible-covid-19-vaccine-trnd\/index.html",
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            "id": 501011,
            "headlineText": "If You Smoke, This State Will Let You Skip The Line To Get The COVID Vaccine",
            "subhead": "Two million smokers will move to the front of the line to get their COVID vaccine as an underlying health condition.",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said during the state\u2019s coronavirus briefing on Wednesday that \u201csmoking puts you at significant risk for an adverse result from COVID-19.\u201d\r\n\r\nShe continued by saying, \u201cThere are 2 million smokers in New Jersey that fit into this category.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\nSmoking as an underlying health condition has been a hotly contested issue, which is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as an underlying health condition.",
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            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T16:40:40+00:00"
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            "id": 501009,
            "headlineText": "NJ criticized for allowing 2 million smokers to get vaccine",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Rutgers University professor of medicine Dr. Rey Panettieri tells WCBS 880 that New Jersey is simply trying to \"target high risk individuals\" to get the coronavirus vaccine.\r\n\r\nHe says the longer we debate about who should get the vaccine, the more people die from the disease.\r\n\r\n\"I mean I think at this point, we quibble over 'you're 1A' and 'you're 1B' and' you're 2' and as we're arguing, patients are dying of COVID,\" Dr. Panettieri said.\r\n\r\nHe says it's a known fact that smokers may be at risk of dying from COVID-19 if they were to get it.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.msn.com\/en-us\/health\/medical\/nj-criticized-for-allowing-2-million-smokers-to-get-vaccine\/ar-BB1cNcDS",
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            "id": 501008,
            "headlineText": "COVID Update New Jersey: Governor Murphy defends decision to vaccinate smokers",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-16T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Governor Phil Murphy on Friday defended the decision to move smokers into the category now allowed to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.\r\n\r\n\"I must push back on the false narrative that we're vaccinating smokers while not vaccinating another group,\" he said. \"We have a limited supply of vaccines from the federal government, roughly 100,000 additional doses coming in per week. Our first priority must be to vaccinate those at higher risk due to age or other health factors that put them at a greater vulnerability for severe COVID.\"\r\n\r\nHe went on to say that COVID is a respiratory illness, which puts smokers at higher risk and thus puts them in compliance with CDC guidance.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/abc7ny.com\/nj-vaccines-when-is-the-first-covid-vaccine-coronavirus-gov-murphy\/9683779\/",
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            "subhead": "He said the goal is to keep the hospitals from becoming overwhelmed, and vaccinating as many people as possible will help do that.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T16:34:54+00:00"
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            "id": 501007,
            "headlineText": "EXPLAINER: Why expansion of vaccine to smokers caused a stir",
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            "summary": "Murphy and New Jersey Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said the state\u2019s vaccination schedule is about getting as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible, starting with those who are most susceptible to severe illness from the virus.\r\n\r\nMurphy put it this way: \u201cWe cannot be overly bureaucratic about this.\u201d\r\n\r\nTeachers in particular raised concerns that smokers could be getting the vaccine before them.",
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            "subhead": "is using CDC guidelines to determine who is in which category. For instance, the 65-plus cohort and those with medical conditions are grouped together. Smokers are included in the CDC guidance, so this isn\u2019t New Jersey\u2019s idea.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T16:32:02+00:00"
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            "headlineText": "MUSHNIK: Smokers move near top of lists to get COVID-19 vaccine - and that stinks",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-16T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "It\u2019s not just New Jersey that may be doing this. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists smoking as an underlying medical condition that puts people at an increased risk of severe illness if they get the coronavirus.\r\n\r\nSo if other states rely on the CDC\u2019s list, as New Jersey did, they also could bump smokers ahead in the line.\r\n\r\nThankfully, Pennsylvania is not. At least as of now. . . . \r\n\r\n it just doesn\u2019t feel right that those who are puffing away with no health repercussions yet should be rewarded.",
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            "subhead": "A condition of what? Poor judgment, to put it politely? So people who have opted to smoke despite knowing that it was unhealthy now are getting a break? Give me a break.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T15:46:48+00:00"
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            "id": 501003,
            "headlineText": "Smokers in N.J. Are Eligible for Vaccine. No Proof Needed.",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "New Jersey\u2019s decision to immediately adopt all of the recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for priority vaccination puts these groups ahead of some essential workers \u2014 including teachers. The move has contributed to a sense of confusion and anger among those who now find themselves at the back of the line for inoculation.\r\n\r\nIt has also expanded competition for shots at a time when many people in the first priority groups continue to have trouble making appointments and navigating the overburdened scheduling systems of vaccine clinics.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nytimes.com\/2021\/01\/15\/nyregion\/nj-vaccine-smokers-covid.html",
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            "subhead": "New Jersey is one of only two states that has included smoking among the high-risk medical conditions that make people eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T15:42:51+00:00"
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            "id": 501002,
            "headlineText": "Who is eligible for vaccination in New Jersey? Who is included in the vaccination phases?",
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            "summary": "Individuals at High Risk (Phase 1B)\r\nIndividuals aged 65 and older, and individuals ages 16-64 with medical conditions, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus. These conditions include: . . . \r\nSmoking",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/covid19.nj.gov\/faqs\/nj-information\/slowing-the-spread\/who-is-eligible-for-vaccination-in-new-jersey-who-is-included-in-the-vaccination-phases",
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            "id": 501001,
            "headlineText": "In New Jersey, smokers can now get the coronavirus vaccine before teachers or public transit workers",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "One group covered among those medical conditions, though, has raised backlash \u2014 namely, the state\u2019s roughly 2 million smokers, who can now get the vaccine before teachers or public transit workers.\r\n\r\nState officials say smokers should be a priority for the nearly 732,000 doses New Jersey has received so far because, just like those suffering from other underlying medical conditions, they run the risk of experiencing more severe covid-19 symptoms.\r\n\r\n\u201cSmoking puts you at a significant risk for and adverse result from covid-19,\u201d state Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said at a Wednesday news conference.",
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            "postedDate": "2021-01-16T15:33:24+00:00"
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        "501000": {
            "id": 501000,
            "headlineText": "The Real Cost of Smoking by State",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
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            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.publicnewsservice.org\/2021-01-15\/smoking-prevention\/ky-counties-seek-local-control-of-tobacco-marketing-sales\/a72812-1",
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            "headlineText": "Arrested Capitol rioters had guns and bombs, everyday careers and Olympic medals",
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            "headlineText": "Biden chooses former FDA chief Kessler to help lead U.S. vaccine drive",
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            "headlineText": "Ky. AG Announces $300M Deal Over Cigarette Sale Deposits ($$)",
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            "summary": "Kentucky's attorney general has announced that his state, tobacco company S&M Brands and eight other states have signed a more than $300 million settlement with North Carolina over cigarette sale deposits that the company made into escrow funds.Attorney General Daniel Cameron said on Wednesday that the multistate settlement ends S&M Brands Inc.'s suit against North Carolina, as the company wanted to reclaim deposits it had made under the state's escrow laws for cigarette sales.",
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            "headlineText": "New research shows potential to kick nicotine addiction for good, without adverse effects",
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            "summary": "New research conducted in West Michigan could help people addicted to smoking quit cold turkey without any withdrawal or chance for relapse.The research was published on Monday in the journal \"Nature Chemical Biology\".It uses the enzyme nicotine oxidoreductase (NicA2) to rid nicotine from the body without any adverse effects, making it easier for those addicted to quit.",
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            "headlineText": "Press Release \/ E-Cigarettes flavours ban in the Netherlands endangers Public Health",
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            "summary": "Around 65 percent of adult vapers in Europe use fruit or sweet liquids. [1] The\r\nvariety of flavours is one of the most important reasons for smokers to switch to e-cigarettes and\r\nfor vapers not to go back to smoking.\r\n\r\nWithout paying attention to this fact, the Dutch State Secretary Paul Blokhuis has announced to ban\r\nall e-cigarette flavours except tobacco flavours in the Netherlands, as they are supposedly\r\nparticularly attractive to young people. [2]\r\n\r\nThis measure risks very negative consequences for Public Health and tobacco harm reduction: With\r\nonly tobacco flavours left vaper\u2019s threshold to relapse on tobacco smoking dangerously lowers.",
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            "headlineText": "A good time to quit: Smoking and vaping amid COVID-19",
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            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "\"But it is clear that smoking and vaping are bad for the lungs. Patients who smoke and vape can have damaged lungs that make them susceptible to respiratory infections, including COVID-19,\" says Charles Dela Cruz, MD, Ph.D., a Yale Medicine pulmonologist, critical care physician, and specialist in respiratory infections.",
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            "summary": "This time last year, convenience store owners and operators were dealt a double whammy: First they had to adapt to the recently passed federal minimum tobacco purchase age of 21; then they had to pull product in accordance with the Food and Drug Administration\u2019s (FDA) ban on most flavored electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). Next,\u2026",
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            "headlineText": "'Locked Down' Review: Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor Excel as a Couple in Lockdown in Doug Liman's Up-to-the-Minute Pandemic Drama",
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            "headlineText": "Youth and young adult risk perceptions and behaviours in response to an outbreak of e-cigarette\/vaping-associated lung injury (EVALI) in the USA",
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            "summary": "Conclusions News of vaping-attributable health conditions may prevent e-cigarette\/vape use and encourage cessation among young people. Tobacco control campaigns should address uncertain health effects of e-cigarettes or vape products and align with risk communication by public health agencies during outbreaks.",
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            "headlineText": "City Of Alexandria Launches Vaping Prevention Campaign To Encourage Youth To Stay Substance-Free",
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            "summary": "The City of Alexandria, in collaboration with the\r\nSubstance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Alexandria (SAPCA), has launched a vaping prevention social media campaign featuring\r\nsix short videos created by Alexandria teens to raise awareness of the dangers of e-cigarette use and encourage youth to stay substance-free.\r\n\r\nThe videos, created by T.C. Williams High School students, feature Alexandria youth sharing the reasons why they do not vape.",
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            "headlineText": "CBP, FDA Seize Counterfeit, Unauthorized E-Cigarettes",
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            "summary": "U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport working in conjunction with agents from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today that they have seized 33,681 units of e-cigarettes with a Manufacturer\u2019s Suggested Retail Price of $719,453.\r\n\r\nIn December 2020, CBP seized 42 separate shipments arriving from China destined to various Texas counties. The shipments included individual disposable flavored e-cigarette cartridges resembling the Puff Bar brand, including Puff XXL and Puff Flow.",
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            "headlineText": "The effect of e-cigarettes on smoking cessation and cigarette smoking initiation: An evidence-based rapid review and meta-analysis",
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            "summary": "Conclusions:\r\nLow certainty evidence suggests that e-cigarettes appear to be potentially effective for smoking cessation. The use of e-cigarettes in adolescents may be associated with smoking initiation. No serious adverse events were reported.",
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            "subhead": "Reports suggest that teenagers are becoming increasingly addicted to e-cigarettes and that e-cigarette use in adolescents is associated with subsequent cigarette smoking.",
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            "headlineText": "YACH\/SUBRAMANIAM: WHO Doesn\u2019t Help You Quit Smoking",
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            "summary": "The WHO depends upon \u201cnew contributions from partners\u201d to help smokers quit (WHO News Release Dec 8, 2020). They are as diverse as Amazon Web Services, Facebook, and Google. These digital giants are not known for their solutions to help people quit. Worse, WHO has turned to Allen Carr\u2019s Easyway that has published studies of dubious quality and has a strong opposition to the use of nicotine even in nicotine replacement therapy.\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, most of the countries listed as priorities for this campaign have yet to include NRTs in their national drug formularies despite WHO having included it in the Essential Drug list way back (Application for Inclusion of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) in the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines, WHO, 2009). \r\n\r\nWHO should conduct an independent review of the evidence of each partners\u2019 interventions",
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            "subhead": "Florence, WHO\u2019s robotic digital health worker was launched with this campaign to help smokers quit. Dr. Yach tried it (see Speak to Florence) but found Florence true to its name - robotic and unable to answer simple questions and clearly out of depth whe",
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            "headlineText": "STROUD: New Year, New Regulations, and Big Government\u2019s Attempts to Block Tobacco Harm Reduction",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Despite the science presented, many lawmakers are disregarding the evidence and seeking to limit and\/or prohibit adult access to vapor products. Currently, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island have banned the sale of flavored vapor products. Massachusetts has a current ban on both flavored combustible cigarettes and e-cigarettes, and California\u2019s own flavored tobacco and vapor ban is currently delayed\u00a0as officials verify signatures for a referendum that would create a ballot measure to repeal the flavor ban in 2022.\r\nWorse, politicians have used the novel coronavirus to push through legislation that bans the United States Postal Service (USPS) from delivering vapor products. Literally \u201cburied\u201d in the thousands of pages in the\u00a0December COVID-19 relief package\u00a0is the \u201cPreventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Sniffer dog uncovers almost 5,000 packs of illegal tobacco in Worthing",
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            "summary": "Uncovering nearly 5,000 packs of dangerous, illegal tobacco would be a challenge for some, but it was all in a day\u2019s work for Cooper the sniffer dog.",
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            "headlineText": "Cancer deaths hit all-time low thanks to decrease in smoking",
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            "sourceDate": "2021-01-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "On Tuesday, the American Cancer Society reported a record drop in cancer deaths for the second straight year. . . . \r\n\u201cIt\u2019s really good news for lung cancer patients.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "N.J. includes 2M smokers in huge expansion of COVID vaccine eligibility starting Thursday",
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            "summary": "An estimated 2 million smokers in New Jersey are among those between the ages of 16 and 64 considered to have a high-risk health condition and may begin to receive a vaccination for the coronavirus as soon as Thursday as part of a massive vaccine expansion, state health officials said Wednesday.",
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            "subhead": "\u201cSmoking puts you at significant risk for an adverse result from COVID-19 and there are 2 million smokers in New Jersey who fit into these categories . . . No documentation of the medical condition or your age will be required,\u201d Persichilli said.",
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            "headlineText": "Anti-Smoking Group Sued Over Worker\u2019s Claim of Tobacco Ties (1)",
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            "summary": "A former director of social media at an anti-smoking foundation says she was fired for raising concerns that the group\u2019s close ties to the tobacco industry and the promotion of teen vaping violated its status as an independent nonprofit organization.\r\n\r\nLourdes Liz, who worked at the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World from February 2018 until February 2020, says she was terminated after objecting to activities \u201cdesigned to increase the profits of and to do the bidding of\u201d Philip Morris",
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            "headlineText": "Smoking and snus use among Norwegian students: Demographic, personality and substance use characteristics [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "The current study contributes with several novel findings regarding traits associated with smoking and snus use. Though limited by a cross-sectional design, the current findings may suggest that the group of students using snus consists of a combination of previous smokers, students who would have smoked if snus was not available and a new segment who may not have used nicotine if snus was not available.",
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            "headlineText": "Smoking scene in 'K.G.F Chapter 2' teaser irks K'taka health dept",
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            "summary": "Even as the crew members of \u201cK.G.F. Chapter 2\u201d, an upcoming Kannada period action film written and directed by Prashanth Neel, are basking in the glory of its teaser receiving over 132 million views on YouTube since its release on January 7, the Karnataka health department has issued a showcause notice to Yash, the lead actor of the film, who plays protagonist Rocky Bhai in the movie.\r\n\r\nThe teaser has a scene where Yash blows up a row of automobiles with a machine gun and goes on to light a cigarette with the barrel of the red-hot gun.\r\n\r\nAccording to the notice, as per the statutory requirement, it is mandatory to display a warning on the screen with the caption \u201cSmoking is injurious to health\u201d, but neither the teaser nor the publicity posters display any such message.",
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            "id": 500952,
            "headlineText": "Exploding vape damages not covered by insurance: Court",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Excess and surplus lines insurer Scottsdale Insurance Co. does not have to defend a suit brought against a vape store by a customer who suffered severe burns after e-cigarette batteries exploded in his pocket, a federal court ruled Tuesday.\r\n\r\nAccording to court documents in Scottsdale Insurance Co. v Aqueous Vapor LLC, Adam Williams, Mr. Williams bought e-cigarette batteries from an Aqueous Vapor store in Independence, Missouri, and shortly after he installed them when he returned home, they exploded in his pocket. Mr. Williams suffered second- and third-degree burns, which required extensive medical care, including skin grafts",
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            "headlineText": "Parler, booted by Amazon, takes step toward relaunching with Eastside firm",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The attorney representing Parler in the suit, Spokane-based David Groesbeck, could not be reached for comment. . . .  Several real estate holding companies and a tobacco import business are registered in his name.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.seattletimes.com\/business\/technology\/pro-trump-social-media-site-parler-booted-by-amazon-takes-step-toward-relaunching-with-bellevue-firm\/",
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            "headlineText": "Why You Can\u2019t Smoke Cannabis in Public (Even in States Where Marijuana is Legal)",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "in severe cases (i.e. cases in which cannabis is being used to treat debilitating issues such as chronic pain, epilepsy, and insomnia) some cannabis clinicians say vaping or smoking marijuana is the only way their patients see results.\r\n\r\nViolet Cavendish, Communications Manager at Marijuana Policy Project, says the ban on public smoking in states where medical marijuana is legal completely bars these patients, along with recreational smokers in states where adult-use is legal, from vaping or smoking cannabis in subsidized homes.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.greenstate.com\/culture\/why-you-cant-smoke-cannabis-in-public-even-in-states-where-marijuana-is-legal\/",
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            "id": 500948,
            "headlineText": "Pensacola attorney Fred Levin passes after complications from COVID-19",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Nationally acclaimed Pensacola Attorney Fred Levin has died at the age of 83. Levin was a pillar in the Northwest Florida community. He didn’t only change lives in Pensacola. He impacted people across the state and across the country. Levin’s family tells Channel 3 he died because of complications due to COVID-19. His legacy is engrained here in the community. Caption: WEAR. Levin began practicing law in 1961.",
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            "headlineText": "Leo\u2019s Bar & Grill warned for serving during lockdown",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A restaurant has been warned of further punishment and two people were fined after they were found drinking wine and smoking shisha.",
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            "headlineText": "COVID-19: Shisha ban still in force in Saudi Arabia",
            "subhead": "In March, Saudi authorities banned serving the shisha at cafes, cafeterias, hotels",
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            "summary": "Saudi health authorities have said that a ban on serving the shisha, imposed last March, is still in force as part of the kingdom\u2019s efforts to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus. \r\n\r\nThe Health Ministry and a national anti-tobacco committee have instructed the continued ban on serving the shisha and different nicotine products in public places",
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            "headlineText": "State AGs' 2020 Actions Offer Hints At 2021 Priorities",
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            "summary": "The lodestar moment for multistate actions occurred with the 1998 settlement between states and the tobacco industry. With this settlement, state attorneys general realized the many benefits of joining forces to conduct a robust, time-intensive investigation and settlement negotiation, with their efforts resulting in a more than $200 billion payment, and the reshaping of marketing practices for an entire industry.\r\n\r\nToday, multistate investigations are commonplace",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.law360.com\/articles\/1343782\/state-ags-2020-actions-offer-hints-at-2021-priorities",
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            "subhead": "A review of state attorney general actions in 2020 addressing consumer concerns including data privacy, product safety and marketplace competition can help companies prepare for the expected regulatory enforcement wave in 2021, say attorneys at Troutman P",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-13T17:59:24+00:00",
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            "headlineText": "Insurer Ducks Coverage Of Exploding Vape Suit ($$)",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A Missouri federal judge freed Scottsdale Insurance Co. from covering a chain of electronic cigarette stores in a customer's personal injury suit over an exploded vape battery, finding the alleged injuries are excluded by the policy.U.S. District Judge Roseann A. Ketchmark ruled Tuesday that Scottsdale has no duty to defend or indemnify Aqueous Vapor LLC after the company's e-cigarette battery exploded in a customer's pocket and allegedly caused injuries.\"The court found the products-completed exclusion precluded coverage and that Missouri courts have routinely found exclusions with nearly identical language unambiguous,\"a",
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            "headlineText": "Landmark for Global Health: With Addition of Paraguay, All of South America Is Now Protected by Comprehensive Smoke-Free Laws",
            "subhead": "With the signing last week of a presidential decree in Paraguay banning smoking and e-cigarette use in indoor public places and crowded outdoor spaces",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "All citizens of South American countries, around 430 million people altogether, are now protected by laws requiring smoke-free public places and workplaces. These laws also ban designated smoking areas \u2013 a common loophole that weakens smoke-free protections and is often promoted by the tobacco industry.\r\n\r\nThis stunning progress is the result of years of commitment and action from political leaders and civil society groups in South American countries working to fulfill their obligations under the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC)",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.tobaccofreekids.org\/press-releases\/2021_01_12_paraguay-south-america-smoke-free",
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            "headlineText": "Impact of cigarette package warnings on attitudes towards sharing and gifting cigarettes in China: a nationwide study of smokers and non-smokers",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "After observing both text and pictorial health warnings on the packages, disagreement with sharing and gifting cigarettes increased by more than 10 percentage points among both smokers and non-smokers.\r\n\r\nConclusion Having pictorial health warnings on cigarette packages may reduce sharing and gifting cigarettes in China.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2021\/01\/12\/tobaccocontrol-2020-056160",
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            "headlineText": "Exploring indigenous perspectives on tobacco tax: how some M\u0101ori families are responding in Aotearoa New Zealand",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Wh\u0101nau were concerned about the rising cost of tobacco. However, this concern had not generally translated into quit attempts. Wh\u0101nau had instead developed innovative tobacco-related practices. Working collectively within their wh\u0101nau, they were able to continue to smoke, although in a modified fashion, despite the rising costs of tobacco. Wh\u0101nau thereby resisted the intended outcome of the government\u2019s tobacco tax which is to reduce rates of smoking prevalence.\r\n\r\nConclusion In the face of significant government disinvestment in New Zealand tobacco control over the last 10 years, hypothecated taxes should be used to scale up M\u0101ori-specific cessation and uptake prevention programmes, supporting authentic M\u0101ori partnerships for endgame solutions including restricting the availability and appeal of tobacco.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2021\/01\/12\/tobaccocontrol-2020-056097",
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            "headlineText": "United States v. Philip Morris",
            "sourceDate": "2020-08-03T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "In 2012, Judge Kessler released specific language for the five corrective statements based on proposals submitted by all parties after the 2009 DC Circuit ruling. The tobacco companies were ordered to make the corrective statements through television and newspaper advertising, on their websites, and on cigarette packaging. In a series of subsequent appeals, defendants challenged the language proposed by the court, claiming that portions of the selected text violated their First Amendment rights and were intended to humiliate them and disclose prior wrongdoing rather than prevent and restrain future RICO violations.[13][14] These appeals resulted in modifications to the language of proposed statements.\r\n\r\nThe language of the corrective statements was not finalized until June 2017. Still at issue is whether the court can order the corrective statements be posted at retail establishments \u2013 or the \"point-of-sale\" (\"POS\") \u2013 for tobacco products.",
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            "id": 500939,
            "headlineText": "DOJ Press Coverage \u2013 Tobacco on Trial",
            "sourceDate": "2012-03-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The National Law Journal, September 16, 2010\r\n\r\n\u201cDOJ, Tobacco Lawyers Back in Court Over Injunction\u201d\r\nBy Mike Scarcella.\r\nGovernment lawyers and attorneys for a group of tobacco companies met Wednesday to discuss how to implement a sweeping injunction lodged against the industry in 2006 by a federal judge who found the companies conspired for decades to conceal the health risks of smoking.",
            "finalUrl": "http:\/\/www.tobaccoontrial.org\/?page_id=1318",
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            "headlineText": "DOJ \u2013 Tobacco on Trial",
            "sourceDate": "2012-03-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Verdict for the Plaintiff\r\n\r\nIn 1999 the US Department of Justice brought suit against nine cigarette manufacturers and two tobacco-related trade organizations, alleging that they violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) by engaging in a lengthy, unlawful conspiracy to deceive the American public about the health effects of smoking and other related matters.",
            "finalUrl": "http:\/\/www.tobaccoontrial.org\/?page_id=635",
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            "id": 500937,
            "headlineText": "NYU expert: Tobacco harm reduction research plagued by \u2018zombie\u2019 theories",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "AN expert on tobacco dependence and treatment from the New York University\u2019s (NYU) School of Global Public Health has voiced concern over \u201czombie theories\u201d which plague tobacco harm reduction (THR) research.\r\n\r\nIn his presentation at the Virtual E-Cigarette Summit 2020, Dr. Raymond Niaura, a professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at NYU, said the scientific agenda on THR research was being driven by interest groups rather than scientists.\r\n\r\nAs such, he said, the agenda comprised \u201czombie theories\u201d, which \u201ccannot be killed by evidence and refuse to die\u201d.\r\n\r\nNiaura zeroed in on three such theories including the \u201cGateway theory\u201d which claims that the use of vape leads to naive users like youth taking up smoking. The other two theories are that the use of vape does not help smokers quit and that it causes biological harm.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.thesundaily.my\/local\/nyu-expert-tobacco-harm-reduction-research-plagued-by-zombie-theories-DL6085544",
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            "subhead": "The 2020 Cochrane Review concluded that vape outperforms nicotine replacement therapy in helping smokers kick the habit",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-13T16:16:38+00:00",
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        "500936": {
            "id": 500936,
            "headlineText": "Attorney Fred Levin, who fought tobacco industry, dies at 83",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Florida attorney Fred Levin, who won a major legal battle against the tobacco industry in the 1990s, died Tuesday, several days after contracting the coronavirus. He was 83.\r\n\r\nLevin\u2019s death from complications of COVID-19 was confirmed by Levin Papantonio Rafferty attorney Mark Proctor.\r\n\r\nIn the 1990s, Levin was able to get the Florida Legislature to change Florida\u2019s Medicaid law, allowing it to recoup money for the cost of treating lung cancer. That change helped Levin lead an effort to reach a $13 billion settlement with the tobacco industry.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/apnews.com\/article\/legislature-reubin-askew-pensacola-florida-coronavirus-pandemic-25109abb50ec65bb5fe8efa6c01a7d0d",
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            "id": 500934,
            "headlineText": "A cytochrome c is the natural electron acceptor for nicotine oxidoreductase",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Unlike other amine oxidase-family enzymes, nicotine oxidoreductase (NicA2) reacts very slowly with oxygen, prompting the search for and identification of a cytochrome c protein (CycN) that is responsible for accepting electrons from NicA2 in vivo. . . . \r\n\r\nOur findings establish new perspectives for engineering this potentially useful therapeutic and prompt a reconsideration of the term \u2018oxidase\u2019 in referring to members of the flavin-containing amine \u2018oxidase\u2019 family.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nature.com\/articles\/s41589-020-00712-3?error=cookies_not_supported&code=be1f619d-1d5c-4f67-8a03-9929a2cdfcfd",
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            "id": 500933,
            "headlineText": "Groundbreaking research could provide key to kicking smoking habit for good",
            "subhead": "Quitting smoking tops many New Year's resolution lists, but a nicotine addiction is hard to curb.",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "\"People try to go cold turkey all the time. The problem is that there are withdrawal symptoms,\" says Dr. Ricky Stull, assistant professor of chemistry at Western Michigan University, whose breakthrough research lays the groundwork for a potential solution. His work advances a strategy of using enzymes to degrade nicotine in the body, flushing it from the system without any adverse effects.\r\nStull's research, published in the journal Nature Chemical Biology, corrects a fatal flaw in an animal study that generated global buzz in 2018. The original study found rats addicted to nicotine\u2014when injected with a lab-engineered form of the enzyme NicA2, which occurs naturally in bacteria found in tobacco fields\u2014kicked their addiction. . . . \r\n\r\n\r\n\"They didn't have any evidence of relapse, any evidence of withdrawal\u2014all great things,\" Stull says. \"But there was a problem with the NicA2 enzyme in that study. The enzyme, as they were using it, degraded nicotine so slowly they had to use outrageous amounts in order to see all these beneficial effects; you could never translate it to people.\"",
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            "headlineText": "Farmers' body FAIFA asks PM to withdraw bill on cigarette, tobacco",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Farmers\u2019 body FAIFA on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to recall the proposed bill to amend the law regarding cigarettes and other tobacco products saying it will be a death knell for Indian tobacco farmers. The proposed COTPA (Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act) Amendment Bill 2020 will provide huge boost to the ever-growing illicit cigarette business in India and will adversely impact the legal cigarette trade",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.cnbctv18.com\/india\/farmers-body-faifa-asks-pm-to-withdraw-bill-on-cigarette-tobacco-7988491.htm",
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            "subhead": "The amendment of COTPA proposed by the Ministry of Health disallows retail sale of loose sticks of cigarettes, prohibits sale of tobacco products to persons below 21 years, put controls on in-shop advertising and promotion, amongst others.",
            "postedDate": "2021-01-13T15:51:17+00:00",
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            "id": 500929,
            "headlineText": "Quarterly trends in past-month cannabis use in the United States, 2015-2019",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "\u2022\r\nPast-month cannabis use increases throughout the year independent of annual increases.\r\n\r\n\u2022\r\nQuarterly increases peak in the fourth quarter and drop in the following first quarter.\r\n\r\n\u2022\r\nRecreational use, rather than medical or chronic use, appear to drive these shifts.\r\n\r\n\u2022\r\nPeople who use other drugs in particular increase use\u2014especially those who use LSD.\r\n\r\n\u2022\r\nResearchers estimating prevalence of cannabis use should consider seasonal effects.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.sciencedirect.com\/science\/article\/abs\/pii\/S0376871620306591?via%3Dihub=",
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            "id": 500928,
            "headlineText": "When Colorado Hiked Up Cigarette Taxes, Big Tobacco Stood Aside. Why?",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "In Colorado, Altria, the parent company of Marlboro cigarette maker Philip Morris, insisted that a minimum price be included in the proposal,\u00a0according to The Colorado Sun, citing emails between political consultants and Gov. Jared Polis\u2019 office. So while supporters see an increased tobacco tax as more revenue for the state, a disincentive for kids to smoke and a win for public health, the measure could also allow America\u2019s premium tobacco companies to gain market share.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.cpr.org\/2021\/01\/12\/when-colorado-hiked-up-cigarette-taxes-big-tobacco-stood-aside-why\/",
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            "id": 500927,
            "headlineText": "What does vaping really do to our lungs?",
            "subhead": "Major NZ study aims to answer burning questions around vaping's long-term effects.",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Vaping is touted as a lesser of two evils for smokers trying to quit - but a Kiwi scientist says there's much about e-cigarettes' long-term effects that we still don't know.The University of Auckland's Dr Kelly Burrowes has now launched the most advanced study of its kind in the world, using human trials and state-of-the-art 3D computer models to get a precise look at what vaping does to our lungs.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nzherald.co.nz\/nz\/what-does-vaping-really-do-to-our-lungs\/YOEBIZN37PFYLTSKCKAVQG6K3E\/",
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            "headlineText": "Marijuana Use Typically Drops at the Beginning of the Year, Then Climbs in Summer and Fall",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Marijuana use increases throughout the calendar year, with use up 13 percent on average at the end of each year (2015-2019) compared to the beginning, according to a new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.  \r\n\r\n\u201cWe found that marijuana use is consistently higher among those surveyed later in the year, peaking during late fall or early winter before dropping at the beginning of the following year. We think this may be due, in part, to a \u2018Dry January\u2019 in which some people stop drinking alcohol or even stop using marijuana as part of a New Year\u2019s resolution,\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.nyu.edu\/about\/news-publications\/news\/2021\/january\/marijuana-seasonal-use.html",
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            "id": 500925,
            "headlineText": "Researchers call for stronger regulations to reduce health burden of smokeless tobacco",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-12T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "In a study of 25 wards across five boroughs - Birmingham, Bradford, Blackburn, Leicester, and Tower Hamlets - researchers looked at the types of products sold in local shops and assessed their compliance with UK regulations.\r\n\r\nThey found that small amounts of smokeless tobacco are smuggled into the UK through domestic luggage, and larger amounts came through land and sea routes via Europe, whilst others are produced locally through small scale setups. In 52% of the local shops surveyed, products were sold under different brand names, none of which are legally permitted for sale in the UK.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.news-medical.net\/news\/20210112\/Researchers-call-for-stronger-regulations-to-reduce-health-burden-of-smokeless-tobacco.aspx",
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            "headlineText": "Why cigarettes are becoming more expensive in Ukraine?",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-13T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "\"The price of traditional cigarettes is expected to increase not only due to the increase in excise taxes but also with the increase in production costs (increase in the cost of electricity, the size of the minimum wage and other macroeconomic factors),\" the press service of British American Tobacco Ukraine (BAT) noted.\r\n\r\nCigarillos will also rise in price.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/112.international\/ukraine-top-news\/why-cigarettes-are-becoming-more-expensive-in-ukraine-58058.html",
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            "id": 500923,
            "headlineText": "22nd Century Group Expands VLN\u00ae Tobacco Growing Program to Support Anticipated Demand of the Company\u2019s Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes",
            "subhead": "Company will significantly increase planting in the 2021 crop year",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "the Company will significantly expand its growing program for VLN\u00ae reduced nicotine content tobacco based on the Company\u2019s latest sales projections. This new planting for VLN\u00ae tobacco is in addition to the Company\u2019s sizeable inventory of VLN\u00ae tobacco, which is earmarked for the launch and initial sales of 22nd Century\u2019s VLN\u00ae reduced nicotine content cigarettes. 22nd",
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            "id": 500922,
            "headlineText": "Defendants want fresh racketeering claims tossed from JUUL lawsuits",
            "sourceDate": "2021-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Altria and JUUL have asked a California federal judge overseeing a sprawling body of JUUL lawsuits consolidated into multidistrict litigation to reject fresh claims of racketeering and breach of warranty claims brought against them in amended complaints.\r\n\r\nBeasley Allen is among the firms representing government plaintiffs in the Altria and JUUL lawsuits, which contend that the companies engineered and fueled an epidemic of youth vaping and nicotine addiction in the U.S.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.beasleyallen.com\/news\/defendants-ask-judge-to-cull-fresh-racketeering-claims-from-juul-lawsuits\/",
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            "subhead": "The amended JUUL lawsuits renew racketeering and breach of warranty allegations against Altria and JUUL for their corporate arrangements and marketing schemes.",
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            "headlineText": "Study: E-cigarette users 3 times more likely to become daily cigarette smokers",
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            "summary": "entative data from the Population Assessment\r\nof Tobacco and Health Study that included nearly 16,000 adolescents and young adults.\r\nThe participants were 12-24 years of age at wave 1 in 2013 and were surveyed annually\r\nfor four years. The findings were published today in \u201cUse of E-cigarettes and Other\r\nTobacco Products and Progression to Daily Cigarette Smoking,\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco boss pledges company shares for personal loan",
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            "summary": "The chief executive of British American Tobacco has pledged shares in the world\u2019s second largest cigarette manufacturer worth almost \u00a36 million for a personal loan.\r\n\r\nIn an unusual transaction for the boss of a FTSE 100 company, Jack Bowles has used 213,279 of his shares as security. The transaction was completed last Wednesday and based on their present price the shares are worth \u00a35.9 million. Shares in BAT closed down 20\u00bdp, or 0.7 per cent, at \u00a327.79\u00bd last night.\r\n\r\nThe company said: \u201cBAT is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance. No shares were sold in relation to this matter, which is fully compliant with all applicable corporate governance and shareholding requirements.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "STORRE: Attitudes of smokers towards tobacco control policies: findings from the Studying Tobacco users of Pakistan (STOP) survey",
            "sourceDate": "2020-12-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions There is strong support among smokers in Pakistan to strengthen tobacco control. Given this, policy-makers should strongly consider strengthening existing national policies on tobacco control.",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco 21 Laws: Raising the Minimum Sales Age for All Tobacco Products to 21",
            "sourceDate": "2020-12-20T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The American Lung Association has advocated for increasing the age of sale for tobacco products from 18 to 21 because it will help save lives. In December 2019, the legislation was included in the federal year-end legislative package and passed by both houses of Congress.",
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