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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
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
Fifty years ago almost half of Vermont adults smoked. Today that number is 18 percent. At one time close to 35 percent of high school kids in Vermont smoked cigarettes, today that number is closer to nine percent. Thirty years ago, Vermonters smoked in r
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.
“First is raising the price of e-cigarettes…“run media campaigns to try to change social norms regarding vaping,” Siegel said. “… Juuling is what absolutely needs to be addressed, as this is the real threat in terms of youth addiction to nicotine, not
This year, Wunderman Health chose to study the smoking cessation category—in which decades of anti-smoking campaigns have failed to persuade the estimated 38 million Americans who smoke to quit.
Claire Fiddian-Green is president and CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, which seeks to advance the vitality of Indianapolis and the well-being of its people.
CONCLUSIONS: Tobacco control policy to reduce adolescent use of both e-cigarettes and cigarettes is needed to prevent progression to more frequent tobacco use patterns and reduce combustible cigarette use (with or without concurrent e-cigarette use) to l
If anyone out there still thinks smoking is harmless, consider this: The regional cancer hospital has a robust research program bent on learning more about why some people smoke, what damage the addictive habit can cause, and which forms of tobacco and n