Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation banning the use of electronic cigarettes indoors. It's a move that ensures his position as being pro-cancer and anti-science.
Researchers from Georgetown University recently published a study in the journal Tobacco Control demonstrating the potential to save millions of people from premature smoking-related deaths by switching to e-cigarette use.
Instead of the WHO s World No Tobacco Day, we d be better off with a new event: World No Tobacco Control Day
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Dr. Gilbert Ross and Dr. Michael R. Hufford in the National Review Online, August 5, 2014. Today approximately 14,000 people will die of tobacco-related diseases around the world. The same will
Dr. Gilbert Ross and Dr. Michael R. Hufford in the Nicotine Science and Policy blog Today approximately 14,000