Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes—and save Big Tobacco

NewsImagine if cigarettes were no longer addictive and smoking itself became almost obsolete; only a tiny segment of Americans still lit up. That’s the goal of an unprecedented anti-smoking plan being carefully fashioned by U.S. health officials.Contributed Author: Matthew Perrone, Associated PressTopics: Wellness

Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes—and save Big Tobacco

Imagine if cigarettes were no longer addictive and smoking itself became almost obsolete; only a tiny segment of Americans still lit up. That's the goal of an unprecedented anti-smoking plan ...

Fri 19 Jan 18 from Medical Xpress

Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes--and save Big Tobacco, Fri 19 Jan 18 from AP

Public health study finds sexual minorities more likely to have used E-cigarettes

Lesbian, gay and bisexual adults are more likely than heterosexual adults to have tried e-cigarettes and other alternative tobacco products, according to a study led by tobacco researchers at ...

Wed 17 Jan 18 from Medical Xpress

Tobacco's grip on U.S. veterans

(HealthDay)—Nearly 40 percent of U.S. military veterans smoke or use some form of tobacco.

Fri 12 Jan 18 from Medical Xpress

Nicotine degrading enzyme could help smokers quit

Enzyme removes nicotine from blood before it can stimulate brain’s reward system

Sat 13 Jan 18 from Chemistry World

Anti-smoking Plan May Kill Cigarettes — And Save Big Tobacco

NewsImagine if cigarettes were no longer addictive and smoking itself became almost obsolete; only a tiny segment of Americans still lit up. That’s the goal of an unprecedented anti-smoking ...

Fri 19 Jan 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Smoking Rate Among U.S. Adults Remains at 15%

(MedPage Today) -- Racial and ethnic disparities in smoking persist

Fri 19 Jan 18 from MedPageToday

Tobacco Use Common in U.S. Vets

(MedPage Today) -- Smoking rate among younger veterans double that of older veterans

Fri 12 Jan 18 from MedPageToday

Youth using alternative tobacco products are more likely to smoke one year later

Nonsmoking adolescents who use e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco or tobacco water pipes are more likely to start smoking conventional cigarettes within a year, according to new research.

Mon 15 Jan 18 from ScienceDaily

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