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Nicotine Science and Policy - Daily Digest - Fri, 8 May 2015

Like tobacco, e-cigarettes affect a smoker's lungs and long-term exposure could lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – more commonly known as COPD or emphysema – according to the latest research by Central Michigan University College of Medicine's Neeraj Vij, an associate professor of molecular and cell biology.

2015-05-08
medicalxpress.com

E-cigarettes, which produce vapor instead of smoke, are supposed to be a safer nicotine option. [...]

2015-05-08
youtube.com

One new study out of the University of Granada in Spain finds that motivational interviewing — a psychological technique that serves as direct intervention — made a difference in helping smokers see their habit as negative and disagreeable, and ultimately in pushing them to quit.

2015-05-08
medicaldaily.com

Philip Morris International (PM) is encouraging the world's 1.3 billion smokers to use products that it claims reduce the risks of smoking, CEO Andre Calantzopoulos said Thursday.

2015-05-08
finance.yahoo.com

Matthias Salathe, [...] will conduct the study over the next five years to determine the effect of e-cigarettes on human airways. [...] “Some people think e-cigarettes are a good way to stop smoking because they can get the nicotine but not the other dangers, but the problem with that is that we have no idea whether e-cigarettes are harmless,” Salathe said.

2015-05-08
miamiherald.com

Ninety percent of the world’s e-cigarettes are made in China. Experts warn, however, that poorly manufactured devices can vaporize heavy metals and carcinogens alongside the nicotine.

2015-05-08
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