Government Puts Tobacco Interests Above a Billion Lives

By Jared Meyer (Forbes) This century, The World Health Organization estimates that one billion people will die early from smoking cigarettes. Despite governments spending billions of dollars on tobacco control, […]

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Study Finds e-cigarettes Don’t Make Tobacco Use Appealing Again

By Traci Pederson (PsychCentral) The increased public use of e-cigarettes has not re-normalized the use of conventional cigarettes, as some have argued, according to a new study conducted by the […]

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Could Big Tobacco take over pot like it did e-cigs?

By Robert K. Jackler (The Sacramento Bee) With its customer base shrinking, the tobacco industry is seeking alternative products to traditional and profitable cigarettes. The $50 billion-per-year marijuana market will […]

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E-cigarettes could be used to help combat obesity in smokers trying to quit: study

(University of Stirling) Electronic cigarettes show promise in helping people stop smoking but experts from the University of Stirling believe they could also help smokers and vapers control their weight. […]

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I’ll say it again: E-cigarettes are still far safer than smoking

Despite evidence suggesting e-cigarettes are far less harmful than smoking, more people than ever believe them to be just as harmful. Professor Linda Bauld discusses the evidence By Linda Bauld […]

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Arguments against e-cigarettes go up in smoke

Perfect solutions don’t drop out of thin air, but vaping is a huge success By Rachel Cunliffe (Reaction) It’s official: e-cigarettes help people quit smoking. If this sounds like something […]

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