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My colleagues at UCSF, Georgia State University, and Stanford submitted this comment to the FDA on PMI’s MRTP application for IQOS. The tracking number is 1k2-96n7-7zl0 and a PDF of the comment is available here. Documents related to the comment: PMI
1. The FDA is proposing a ban on menthol cigarettes. 2. Flavored cigars would be banned, too. 3. Sales restrictions would limit most flavored e-cigarettes to adult-only stores and online. 4. Mint, menthol and tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes are exempt
Residents in council housing who are three-times more likely to smoke than owner-occupiers should be given access to vaping kits to help them quit, a new report has claimed. Researchers found 35 per cent of residents in social housing smoked, compared w
Given the high concurrent use of tobacco and other substances,1 it is important to monitor the substances youth use in e-cigarettes… This study estimates the national prevalence of self-reported cannabis use in e-cigarettes among US middle and high scho
“There is conclusive evidence that completely substituting e-cigarettes for combustible tobacco cigarettes reduces users’ exposure to numerous toxicants and carcinogens present in combustible tobacco cigarettes.”
Physiologically, nicotine and the thousands of chemicals (ie, tar) in cigarette smoke induce …But what about electronic or e-cigarettes, otherwise known as vaping?
Just recently, the Philippines hosted the 2nd Asia Harm Reduction Forum which gathered local and international experts from the fields of science, technology, policy and consumer advocacy from across Asia-Pacific as well as Europe and the United States.
Health groups are demanding that Health Canada crack down on the recent explosion of lifestyle advertising of e-cigarettes on television, social media and other settings. They are calling for proper enforcement of the current law, and for the urgent devel
While trying electronic cigarettes may causally increase smoking among some youth, the aggregate effect at the population level appears to be negligible given the reduction in smoking initiation during the period of vaping’s ascendance. T
It is clear that tobacco dependency is disproportionately hitting our sector’s tenants, so social housing providers should do something about it, argues Lee Sugden.