A new report from British American Tobacco looks at harm reduction – from the theory to the practice.
In Thailand, most people are open to the idea of tobacco harm reduction even though they might not be aware of specific risk-reduced products.
Despite dire warnings issued by the Government of South Korea, consumers are embracing heat-not-burn devices.
In brushing aside electronic cigarettes and stating that people should not become addicted to nicotine, the European Commission is burying its head in the sands of self-righteousness.
The debate about whether the word ‘cigarette’ in the term ‘electronic cigarette’ has mainly negative or positive connotations is once again coming to the surface.
Given the devastation caused by smoking, there can be few scholarship programs more important than one focusing on tobacco harm reduction.
While the vaping industry might not yet be global, it is certainly international, something that is being reflected in the expanding membership of the UK Vaping Industry Association.
Some timely research has pointed up one important way in which quitting smoking using vaping devices is more robust than quitting using other methods.
A tie-up between Altria and Juul Labs probably makes sense from a business perspective, but would it play into the hands of those who oppose the idea of harm reduction?
A tobacco control expert says Canada needs to concentrate on getting to grips with a changing tobacco/nicotine market rather than spending time on reviewing past policies.