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Asked why they had removed the founding sponsors’ logos from their website, ATHRA Chair Colin Mendelsohn reportedly said it had been done on legal advice and not to “reduce transparency.” However the website of the e-cigarette maker, which offers an onli
One ballot initiative would raise taxes on cigarettes and snuff for the first time since 2005, and tax vaping products for the first time ever. One tobacco giant in particular, Altria, is spending millions of dollars to flood the state’s airwaves with ad
a new global initiative to create engagement around the role of science, technology and innovation…“Through Mission Winnow we want to let the world know how we have changed, to share our pride in the transformation that the people of PMI have achieved,
“If you’re looking to speak to young people, social media is where you go,” Koval said by phone, referencing Juul’s early marketing campaigns in 2016 and 2017 on YouTube, Twitter and Instagram, using influencers and hashtags like #LightsCameraVapor to cu
Juul Labs filed a complaint on Wednesday with the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that 18 companies infringed on the company’s patents. The lawsuit claims that the listed companies “blatantly emulated the distinctive design” and urges the IT
Other news sources skipped the word “raid,” but reported that the FDA had “seized” documents from JUUL. The New York Times, CNBC, NPR, the Daily Mail, San Francisco Weekly,and Gizmodo mentioned seizures. In fact, Gizmodo first said JUUL was raided, and t
Philip Morris’s Calantzopoulos says argument has parallels with safe sex debate…concedes the way some ecigarette liquids are described and marketed is a ‘concern’ but says campaigns to curb sales to teenagers could backfire
Tobacco point-of-sale display bans in England reduced the exposure of children to cigarettes in shops and coincided with a decrease in buying cigarettes in shops. However, children do not report increased difficulty in obtaining cigarettes from shops, hig
Removing displays of tobacco products from shops may have reduced the proportion of children buying cigarettes by 17%, according to new research. Imperial College London, which carried out the study, said the findings suggest tobacco display bans may hav
West, who was part of a team of researchers who examined the effectiveness of the campaign in its first year in 2012, said that the public health campaign is “incredibly good value for money”. But…“very little” money is spent on the campaign.