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Number of smokers in England drops to all-time low

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Just one in six adults now smokes, according to figures from Public Health England, with record numbers giving up last year Smoking prevalence has declined two-thirds in 50 years. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA   The number of smokers in England has fallen to its lowest level, with just one in six adults now lighting up, according to new official figures, which also show a recent collapse in sales of cigarettes. Just 16.9% of adults in England now smoke, according to the latest data from Public Health England. Its health experts also revealed that widespread use of e-cigarettes, nicotine patches and gum...

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E-CIGS 97% LESS TOXIC TO LUNG CELLS

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NEW STUDY SPONSORED BY BIG TOBACCO SHOWS E-CIGS 97% LESS TOXIC TO LUNG CELLS The British American Tobacco Company in conjunction with the UK’s Taylor and Francis Group is releasing a new scientific study with a dedicated focus on the potential toxicity of e-cigarette vapor on human lung cells.  What makes this study so different from many of the others sponsored by the FDA is that the sponsor, British American Tobacco, manufactures both conventional tobacco cigarettes and the electronic variety. REAL DATA USING TRULY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TECHNIQUES It also utilizes truly scientific research techniques involving laboratory experiments on real, human, lung...

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Nicotine No Worse Than Cup Of Coffee - Report

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By Poppy Trowbridge, Consumer Affairs Correspondent A new report from the Royal Society for Public Health has found one myth about the dangers of smoking has endured for decades. The research suggests nine out of 10 people falsely believe nicotine is very harmful to their heath, when in fact it is no more dangerous than the caffeine in a cup of coffee. Shirley Cramer, chief executive of the RSPH, said: "Getting people on to nicotine rather than using tobacco would make a big difference to the public's health. Cigarette advertising was banned on television 50 years ago this month "Clearly...

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6 Celebs Who Changed To Vaping

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  6 Celebs Who Changed To Vaping If Old Hollywood glamour is defined by the thickness of the cloud hovering over any given gathering of VIPs, then we’re in a golden age. Whether it’s backstage at the BAFTAs, on the Oscars red carpet or over champagne and canapes at the Golden Globes, smoking is glamorous once more. Only it’s not cigarette smoking. It’s vaping, the name given to the use of e-cigarettes. And the cloud we see floating over some of the most powerful players in the entertainment industry is not one of cloying, tobacco smoke, but of e-cigarette vapour....

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Deeming Day: Is August 8th the Beginning of the End for Vaping?

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The countdown begins August 8 is Deeming Day. It’s when the FDA asserts its authority to treat e-cigarettes and vapor as tobacco products (along with pipe and hookah tobacco, cigars, nicotine gels and some dissolvables). It might be the beginning of the (legal) end — if our legal and legislative efforts all fail — but it’s just the beginning. There will be additional rules to follow. FDA Center for Tobacco Products chief Mitch Zeller is fond of saying that the deeming regs are “foundational.” Today’s historic rule serves as the foundation for future FDA regulations. - FDA Center for Tobacco...

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