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“A 6-year-old boy suffering with severe asthma had family members who frequently smoked marijuana in the house,” Hoffman said in a statement. ““Even though family members didn’t smoke marijuana in the same room as the child, he was exposed to traces of s
Stanford Research into Tobacco Advertising (SRITA) project is comprehensively documenting the company’s promotional activities. This is a great resource to support research, advocacy, and policymaking that is freely available to everyone.
Almost all her friends vape now. Sunday mornings at Amy’s cottage — six friends sitting around with mimosas, fresh-baked cinnamon rolls and Juuls. They have group texting chats, sending around Juul memes and news, sharing pictures of the latest accessori
E-cigarettes may help tobacco smokers quit. But the alluring devices can swiftly induce a nicotine habit in teenagers who never smoked. This is the tale of one person’s struggle. / Matt Murphy, of Reading, Mass., developed a painful nicotine addiction fr
some will probably end up on regular cigarettes, a product we all know kills half of its long-term users. “I think a lot of people forgot about nicotine addiction and how horrible it is. We don’t have a good program on helping kids quit,” said Dr. Mark R
The tobacco industry is addicting a whole new generation of kids, using more than 15,000 flavors like gummy bear, cotton candy, and chocolate. In many cases, the packaging even mimics that of popular candy brands.
Application dates: 25 October 2018 to 12 March 2019 Applications that span the remit of more than one of the participating programmes (EME, HS&DR, HTA, and PHR) are particularly welcomed. Please submit your application to the programme whose remit most
. Caregiver and peer-group smoking remain important drivers of child smoking uptake and thus important targets for intervention.