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Nicotine Science and Policy - Daily Digest - Wed, 14 October 2015

Are today’s smokers really more ‘hardened’?

As smoking continues its inexorable southward journey toward single-digit percentages of populations being smokers, it’s common to hear people say the smokers who remain are all “hard core”, heavily dependent smokers, impervious to policies and campaigns. The argument runs that the ripe fruit of less addicted smokers have long fallen from the tree, [...]

2015-10-14
theconversation.com

Study: Cigarettes on pace to kill 1 in 3 Chinese men

Researchers revealed startling findings in a pair of articles about the toll cigarettes are taking on public health.

2015-10-14
youtube.com

Smokers choose e-cigarettes rather than quit

The number of anti-smoking products handed out on the NHS to help people to kick the habit in Scotland dropped by a third last year, official figures show. There were 169,967 (31 per cent) fewer quitting aids dispensed in 2014/15 compared with the previous year. The increasing popularity of e-cigarettes is thought to be partly responsible.

2015-10-14
thetimes.co.uk

Study Committee Considers Smoking Ban, E-Cig Changes

Nearly a quarter of Hoosier adults smoke.

2015-10-14
youtube.com

Nicotine nazis hate one thing: pleasure

Antipleasure puritans like our minister of health and his propaganda agency, the National Council Against Smoking, want tobacco added to the list of prohibitions. Official policy is headed towards tobacco prohibition followed by draconian measures against liquor, salt, sugar, complementary health, traditional healing, fast food, baby food and whatever else upsets killjoys.

2015-10-14
bdlive.co.za

EDC E-Cigarettes Factory in Germany

EDC E-Cigarettes Factory in Germany

2015-10-14
youtube.com

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