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The new rules banning vaping and smoking e-cigarettes and marijuana at all outdoor dining areas of restaurants and bars in unincorporated county areas and on the periphery of any county facility are expected to be adopted early next year.
A famed tobacco researcher who was found by his university to have created an “intimidating and offensive” work environment — yet whose center was still awarded a $20 million grant — underscores how federal agencies lack policies for scientists charged w
Some researchers believe that traffic pollution acts like secondhand smoke, restricting the intake of oxygen and nutrients that are needed by the foetus. This affects the human cell development and causes problems later in life.
At the council meeting, Mayor Richard Finley said the board had discovered an error in the proposed smoking ordinance and suggested the item be deferred. There was no mention of what the error was. The board unanimously agreed to defer the proposal.
There is extensive evidence to show that health warning labels on tobacco product packaging help protect the general well-being and health of a population and more and more countries are now serious about public health are following the guidelines as lai
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has updated its regulatory roadmap known as the Unified Regulatory Agenda. This document outlines the regulatory priorities of the FDA and provides some sense of a timeline for the FDA and other federal agencies. Among the FDA’s priorities–reducing the burden of addiction crises, including nicotine and youth tobacco […]
The post FDA Takes Aim at Flavors and Nicotine Addiction in Fall 2018 Unified Agenda appeared first on Tobacco Business Magazine.
When Nova Scotia became the first jurisdiction in the world to ban menthol cigarettes in May 2015, the tobacco industry claimed that “the primary effect of this law will be to increase the illegal tobacco market in Nova Scotia.” To determine if that was
Researchers say they’ve created an enzyme that might one day reduce nicotine cravings in smokers. The scientists gave the enzyme to nicotine-dependent rats and found it broke down nicotine in the bloodstream before it could reach the brain. This quickly
The science behind why it’s so difficult to quit smoking is crystal clear: Nicotine is addictive — reportedly as addictive as cocaine or heroin. Yet any adult can stroll into a drug store and buy a pack of cigarettes, no questions asked.
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