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            "summary": "E-cigarettes are as safe to use as nicotine patches for pregnant smokers trying to quit, and may be a more effective tool, researchers have revealed.\r\n\r\nSmoking in pregnancy can increase the risk of outcomes including premature birth, miscarriage and the baby having a low birth weight. But stubbing out the habit can be a struggle.\r\n\r\n\u201cMany pregnant smokers find it difficult to quit with current stop smoking medications including nicotine patches and continue to smoke throughout pregnancy,\u201d said Dr Francesca Pesola, an author of the new study who is based at Queen Mary University in London.",
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            "summary": "Electronic cigarette users are inhaling potentially dangerous levels of a synthetic cooling agent used to mimic mint and menthol flavours, warns a new study. Little is known about the content of synthetic coolants in e-cigarettes or their health risks, yet that hasn\u2019t slowed their popularity, with smokers especially keen on minty or menthol flavours.\r\n\r\nThe research revealed that e-cigarette makers are using the synthetic agents WS-3 and WS-23 in their products at levels higher than what the World Health Organisation considers safe. Suppliers have recently begun marketing synthetic additives that provide the cooling effect without the minty flavour.\r\n\r\nThe research from Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina was presented at the American Thoracic Society\u2019s (ATS) international conference in San Francisco",
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            "headlineText": "New book \u201cQuit Smoking in 4 Steps\u201d by Francis X. Kamienski, PhD is released, a direct, step-by-step plan for breaking bad habits and doing away with cigarettes for good",
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            "headlineText": "E-cigarettes may be more effective than nicotine patches in helping pregnant women quit smoking",
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            "summary": "Researchers at Queen Mary University of London randomly divided 1,140 pregnant smokers into two groups. One was given e-cigarettes, while the other was given nicotine patches. Some participants in the nicotine patch group also used e-cigarettes.\r\n\r\nWomen in the e-cigarette group had better proven quit rates at end of pregnancy than the patch group (6.8 per cent vs 4.4 per cent).\r\n\r\nThe quit rates are low because they required that women post their saliva samples to confirm no smoking, and very few did that the research team said.",
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            "subhead": "The study, published in Nature Medicine, is the first to examine the safety and efficacy of e-cigarettes among pregnant smokers.",
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            "headlineText": "Teenage girls are using vapes as an appetite suppressant",
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            "summary": "Vapes are being used by young girls as an appetite suppressant, health experts have warned.\r\n\r\nGirls are said to be using the nicotine replacement product to curb hunger pangs, prompting fears about the unknown long-term health effects.\r\n\r\nVape shops and online stores in the UK are prohibited from selling e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18.",
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            "subhead": "Health experts said young girls are using the nicotine replacement to curb hunger pangs.",
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            "headlineText": "Goldman Sachs Eyes $50 Million Payday on European Tobacco Deal",
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            "summary": "Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is set to earn around $50 million in fees on the sale of tobacco company Swedish Match AB, people familiar with the matter said, a welcome windfall at a time when investment banks are grappling with slowing deal activity. \r\n\r\nThe payout is poised to be one of the largest this year for mergers and acquisitions advisers working on a deal for a European target,",
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            "headlineText": "Lawsuit seeks damages for menthol smokers who bought from Walgreens",
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            "summary": "Menthol cigarettes should come with extra warnings, a new class action lawsuit alleges.\r\n\r\nLawyers took aim at Walgreens on May 5 in a case filed in Miami federal court. They include noted food lawyer Spencer Sheehan, who has filed hundreds of class actions over various products through the years.\r\n\r\nDefendant represents the products as mere ordinary cigarettes, when in fact, they are not because menthol cigarettes are far more dangerous and addictive than any other type of cigarette available to consumers,\" the lawsuit says.\r\n\r\n\"Defendant provides NO WARNING that the products pose additional health risks far beyond those seen with nonmenthol cigarettes.\"\r\n\r\nStudies have shown menthol increases the appeal of tobacco",
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            "headlineText": "Cigarro or cigarrillo? The pressing need to use culturally and linguistically appropriate terminology for tobacco control among Spanish-speaking Latinos",
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            "headlineText": "The role of attentional networks in smoking behavior among young adults: Specific contribution of executive control",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nBeyond the already explored memory and executive deficits, tobacco use disorder is associated with attentional impairments, characterized by a reduced ability to focus attentional resources on pertinent stimuli and resist to distractors interference. Given the assumed role of attentional impairments in smoking, our findings suggest that a critical step in future translational iterations is to develop neuropsychological rehabilitation programs tapping into the executive network of attention among smokers.",
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            "subhead": "The exploration of cognitive impairments associated with tobacco use disorder has expanded during the last decades, centrally showing working memory and executive deficits among smokers. Despite their critical role in everyday life and in the smoking cess",
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            "headlineText": "NATA, WHO to create smoke free zones",
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            "summary": "The National Authority on Tobacco and Alcohol (NATA), Sri Lanka, in partnership with the World Health Organisation, has initiated a project to set up 362 Smoke Free Zones (SFZs) in Sri Lanka to protect the general public from tobacco smoke, said Supun Lahiru Prakash, Researcher on Smoke Free Zones, and introduced a 10-step process for establishing Smoke Free Zones in Sri Lankan context.",
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            "headlineText": "E-cigarette company tactics in sports advertising",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-16T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Despite an industry campaign of disinformation supported by physicians lauding the virtues of smoking, legislation to restrict smoking in public and ban advertising was passed and resulted in many demonstrable health benefits. The sight of a tobacco advertisement in a public place or a tobacco-sponsored sporting event today would be shocking, and it seemed attitudes towards tobacco and public health were improved and heading in the right direction.",
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            "headlineText": "Impact of vaping introduction on cigarette smoking in six jurisdictions with varied regulatory approaches to vaping: an interrupted time series analysis [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusion In environments that enable substitution of cigarettes with e-cigarettes, e-cigarette introduction reduces overall cigarette consumption. Thus, to reduce cigarette smoking, policies that encourage adults to substitute cigarette smoking with vaping should be considered.",
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            "subhead": "Objective We sought to quantify the impact of vaping introduction on cigarette smoking across settings with varied regulatory approaches to vaping.",
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            "headlineText": "The Role of Nicotine and Flavor in the Abuse Potential and Appeal of Electronic Cigarettes for Adult Current and Former Cigarette and Electronic Cigarette Users: A Systematic Review",
            "sourceDate": "2022-03-19T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nHigher nicotine concentrations and the availability of a variety of flavors in e-cigarettes might facilitate complete substitution for cigarettes. Future e-cigarette regulations should take into account their impact on smokers, for whom e-cigarettes may be a cessation tool or reduced-harm alternative.\r\n\r\nImplications\r\nE-cigarettes may provide a reduced-harm alternative to cigarettes for smokers unwilling\/unable to quit or serve as a path for quitting all nicotine products.",
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            "headlineText": "GLANTZ: Appropriate Policy Implications of the Fact That High Content and Flavored E-Cigarettes Have Higher Abuse Liability",
            "sourceDate": "2022-04-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The paper, unfortunately, is shallow when assessing the health and policy implications of these findings. In particular, the authors see higher abuse potential and product appeal as a good thing because is \u201cmay help facilitate complete switching from cigarettes to e-cigarettes.\u201d (The FDA made the same assumption2 when authorizing the sale of RJ Reynolds\u2019 Vuse Solo e-cigarettes.\r\n\r\nThe authors take it as given that e-cigarettes are an effective smoking cessation tool (for \u201cswitching completely\u201d), positing that, \u201cDespite the controversy, there is \u2015moderate-certainty evidence that [e-cigarettes] with nicotine increase quit rates compared to [nicotine replacement therapies].\u201d This statement is based on a citation to a single Cochrane review3 of randomized controlled trials and uncontrolled intervention studies. These studies are relevant to use of e-cigarettes as \u201csupervised medical interventions.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn contrast, the authors ignore the much larger body of strong and consistent evidence that, when used as \u201cconsumer products,\u201d",
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            "subhead": "the authors ignore the much larger body of strong and consistent evidence that, when used as \u201cconsumer products,\u201d e-cigarettes do not help smokers quit.4,5 and increased the risk of relapse in former smokers.",
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            "headlineText": "Response to: Appropriate policy implications of the fact that high content and flavored e-cigarettes have higher abuse liability",
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            "headlineText": "Predictors of e-cigarette and cigarette use trajectory classes from early adolescence to emerging adulthood across four years (2013-2017) of the PATH Study",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-16T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nThere was no evidence that initiation with e-cigarettes as the first product tried was associated with cigarette progression (nor cigarettes as first product and e-cigarette progression). Interventions should focus on well-established risk factors such as mental health and other substance use to prevent progression of use for both tobacco products.\r\n\r\nImplications\r\nUsing nationally representative data and definitions of use that take into account frequency and recency of use, longitudinal 4-year trajectories of e-cigarette and cigarette use among U.S. adolescents transitioning into young adulthood were identified. Results among 16-17 year olds revealed a class of persistent high frequency cigarette smoking that was not identified for e-cigarette use. Cigarette use progression was not associated with e-cigarettes as the first product tried. Risk factors for progression of use of both products included mental health and other substance use, which are important prevention targets for both tobacco products.",
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            "subhead": "This study examines predictors of trajectories of cigarette and e-cigarette use among a cohort of U.S. adolescents transitioning into young adulthood.",
            "postedDate": "2022-05-16T17:49:01+00:00",
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        "516104": {
            "id": 516104,
            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: Tobacco as a Source of Microplastics. Tobacco and Environment: World No Tobacco Day 2022",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-16T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Indeed, the impact of tobacco on the environment begins with the cultivation of the plant, through curing, manufacturing, transport, consumption and the so-called post-consumption (second-hand tobacco [SHT], third-hand tobacco [THT] and fourth-hand tobacco [FHT]). It should not be forgotten that for some years now nicotine also has been consumed using electronic devices, the so-called electronic cigarettes (EC), which are also known to produce second-hand (SHV) and thirdhand vapor (THV) and environmentally polluting residues",
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            "summary": "From the start, the marketing of menthol cigarettes, targeted at Black people over the past half-century, was built on an underlying, deeply cynical deception: They were healthy and restorative.\r\n\r\nFirst promoted in the 1920s and 1930s, menthol cigarettes were trumpeted by the tobacco industry with a false therapeutic promise that they would relieve what was called \u201csmoker\u2019s throat.\u201d In the 1940s, regulators with the Federal Trade Commission ordered the makers of Kool menthol cigarettes to cease linking its product to deceitful health claims such as \u201cdoctors know the beneficial head clearing quality of menthol.\u201d",
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            "summary": "The World Health Organization (WHO) and STOP, a global tobacco watchdog, have called on nations to ban the greenwashing activities of the tobacco industry, responsible for the release of more than 80 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, and the most littered item on earth, cigarette butts.\r\n\r\nIn a last week's report they spotlight the extensive environmental damage caused by tobacco companies and how the industry 'greenwashes' its products and activities to appear environmentally friendly.",
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            "summary": "More than $1 million worth of illegal e-cigarettes and liquids containing nicotine have been seized in NSW this year.\r\n\r\nNSW Health has seized more than $3 million of the banned products since July 2020.\r\n\r\nChief Health Officer Kerry Chant said retailers were being put on notice, if they were selling the contraband.",
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            "headlineText": "VIDEO: \u2018No Menthol Sunday\u2019: Groups are working with the FDA to ban flavored tobacco products",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Efforts are underway to ban all menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars",
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            "headlineText": "503 - Synthetic Cooling Agents in US-Marketed E-cigarette Refill Liquids and Disposable E\u2011cigarettes: Chemical Analysis and Risk Assessment",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-15T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions: Synthetic cooling agents (WS\u20113, WS\u201123) were present in US-marketed E\u2011cigarettes, at levels that may result in consumer exposures exceeding safety thresholds set by regulatory agencies. Synthetic cooling agents are not only found in mint-or menthol-flavored products, but also in fruit- and candy-flavored products, including popular disposable E\u2011cigarette products such as Puffbar.",
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            "subhead": "E\u2011cigarette vendors started marketing synthetic cooling agents as additives that impart a cooling effect but lack a characteristic minty odor. Knowledge about content of synthetic coolants in US-marketed E\u2011cigarette products and associated health risks is",
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            "headlineText": "UK cigarette ban: Smokers could be forced to ditch habit and start vaping, scientist warns",
            "sourceDate": "2022-05-14T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Dr Nveed Chaudhary\u2019s call for urgent action comes as Health Secretary Sajid Javid has a review of tobacco products expected to report soon with an aim of making the UK \u201csmoke-free by 2030\u201d. Dr Chaudhary, who has previously worked for tobacco giants Philip Morris, British American Tobacco and Imperial, praised British public health policy for being world-leading already in promoting e-cigarette alternatives to traditional \u201ccombustible\u201d smoking. But he said the review offers an opportunity to make a dramatic big step which could have an impact around the globe.\r\n\r\nBut smokers consumer group representatives have warned that \"bullying\" will be counterproductive and prohibition never works.\r\n\r\nDr Chaudhary said: \u201cSmoking is the most preventable cause of death in the world that kills thousands of people a year.",
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            "headlineText": "Smoking ban blunts legal cigarette sales",
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            "headlineText": "Colorado legislators kill ban on flavored tobacco, tackle major bills a day before session ends",
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            "summary": "Legislators on Tuesday rejected a proposal to impose a statewide ban on flavored tobacco and tackled other major bills in a flurry of activity to beat a constitutional deadline to end the session after 120 days.\r\n\r\nThat deadline falls at midnight on Wednesday.",
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            "summary": "The increase in youth electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) use coincided with JUUL's rapid rise, which prompted investigations and lawsuits aimed at this leading brand. In response, JUUL discontinued sweet flavors in late 2018, followed by mint flavors in November 2019. We assessed ENDS sales and prices at both the state and national level before and after JUUL\u2019s removal of mint flavors.\r\n . . . \r\n\r\n\r\nThese findings support the growing body of evidence that tobacco industry self-regulation, with selective flavor removal by the leading ENDS brand in this case, is insufficient to reduce total ENDS sales, including sales of flavored products which are preferred by youth. Results suggest that brand and flavor substitution compensated for the removal of mint JUUL pods. Understanding changes to the ENDS market in response to industry actions, at both the state and national level, can inform future regulation and interventions. These findings can also inform efforts to prevent and reduce youth ENDS use.",
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            "summary": "A Florida appeals court reversed Wednesday a lower-court ruling in a high-profile Engle progeny lawsuit that had R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Philip Morris USA both facing a $74.12 million punitive damages award.\r\n\r\nIn November 2019, a jury in the 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida found in favor of plaintiff Bryan Rintoul and his husband, the late Edward Caprio, in a lawsuit filed in 2007.\r\n\r\nReynolds could not be immediately reached for comment on the appellate court\u2019s reversal. Philip Morris USA declined comment Friday.\r\n\r\nThe lawsuit is noteworthy in part because it may be the first Engle complaint to go to trial involving a same-sex surviving spouse",
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            "headlineText": "Gender Differences in Reasons for Using Electronic Cigarettes: A Systematic Review",
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            "headlineText": "'Vape' is the word: U.S. judge allows 'Grease' parody",
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            "headlineText": "9th Circuit Won\u2019t Rehear Tobacco Companies\u2019 Challenge To Flavored Tobacco Ban ($$)",
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            "summary": "The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on May 11 denied three tobacco companies\u2019 petition for rehearing en banc of their challenge to Los Angeles County\u2019s ban on flavored tobacco product sales, with only the circuit judge who dissented from a split panel\u2019s affirmance voting to rehear the tobacco companies\u2019 argument that the county\u2019s ban is preempted by federal authority under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (TCA).",
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            "summary": "In this essay, I review the expansion of English settlements into New England, focusing on how tobacco developed as an important cash crop in Connecticut; and discuss how Martin Luther King, Jr.\u2019s experience on a tobacco farm in Connecticut\u2019s Farmington River Valley in the 1940s so remarkably impacted his life.\r\n\r\nI\u2019ll consider both the key features of the tobacco farms landscape that we observed near West Simsbury; and the romanticization of Connecticut tobacco in literature and cinema.",
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            "headlineText": "BAHAROML: Wouldn't it be nice if the younger generation do not know what a cigarette is?",
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            "summary": "Malaysia will not be the first to propose a tobacco-free generation plan.\r\n\r\nSingapore has been planning since 2010 to totally ban access to tobacco products by all those born in 2000 and beyond. In a country where falling ill is a very costly affair, it's no wonder that the move to create a healthier nation has strong public support.",
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            "subhead": "I watched a video recently in which children do not have a clue what a cassette tape is!  Wouldn't it be nice if one day, the younger generation do not know what a cigarette, cigar or vape pod is?",
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            "headlineText": "UP IN SMOKE Nine million cigarettes worth nearly \u20ac7m seized by Revenue at Dublin Port",
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            "headlineText": "Behind the counter at Hellam\u2019s Tobacco & Wine Shop, the oldest store in Monterey",
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            "summary": "Companies like British American Tobacco and Philip Morris International don\u2019t typically come to mind as environmental stewards. But a new report from the World Health Organization and STOP, a global tobacco watchdog, outlines how the tobacco industry has been working to rehabilitate its image by showcasing sustainability efforts that critics claim is a form of \u201cgreenwashing.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe term, which refers to a form of disinformation published by an organization to appear to be environmentally friendly, is a common practice in numerous industries.\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cThis kind of activity gives the impression that the tobacco industry is socially and environmentally responsible,\u201d the report warns. \u201cYet this industry is causing an incalculable toll on health to smokers, non-smokers and farmers. And not only is tobacco harming humans, it is also damaging the environment.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Talking Trash: Behind the Tobacco Industry\u2019s \u201cGreen\u201d Public Relations (PDF)",
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            "headlineText": "ADPH Smokefree 2030?",
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            "summary": "Equally, industry tactics which shed doubt on public understanding of risk are increasingly recognized as a powerful tool influencing public attitudes. These need to be called out if we are to counter the strong commercial factors at play as they continue to undermine the aspirations of Smokefree 2030.  \r\n\r\nThe clock is ticking. This year more than 60,000 people will die from preventable smoking related diseases. More than a million people will have care needs caused by smoking. Over 400,000 households will be pushed into poverty because they include a smoker. With just eight years to go to achieve a Smokefree 2030, there\u2019s no time to waste.",
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            "headlineText": "SHEFFIELD: End the deadly hold of menthol cigarettes over African American community",
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            "summary": "Had the Tobacco Control Act included menthol, it is estimated that more than 320,000 deaths would have been averted by 2050, had a menthol ban gone into effect soon after the legislation passed. In April, the Food & Drug Administration finally issued proposed rules to prohibit menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. Now they must act quickly to implement these rules to stem the tide of preventable disease and death. . . . \r\n\r\n\r\nBut the result of the tobacco industry pushing menthol products in the African American community has been devastating. More than 70% of African American youth ages 12 to 17 who smoke use menthol cigarettes, and African American adults have the highest percentage of menthol cigarette use compared to other racial and ethnic groups. Those facts translate into more addiction in the African American community, more suffering, and more death. \r\n\r\nI lived it.",
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            "subhead": "No Menthol Sunday takes place around the country on May 15, 2022. It is an annual day of observance that raises public awareness of the perils of menthol products.",
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            "headlineText": "New Brunswick Court of Appeal maintains ban on sale of flavoured e-cigarettes",
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            "headlineText": "County accepts tobacco settlement funds",
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