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An Australian vaping revolution: a talk with Dr. Colin Mendelsohn
Millions of smokers around the world usually talks to general practioners when they get the intention to quit smoking for good. And it happens everywhere. Vaping has the potential to help rejuvenate smoking cessation in Australia and improve public health if smokers are allowed easier and legal access to appropriately regulated products.
Experts Urge Asian Authorities to Endorse Tobacco Harm Reduction
A panel of experts from CAPHRA, have sent a letter to the top ministers of nine Asian-Pacific countries, asking them to emphasise on the implementation of tobacco harm reduction policies at the Parties to the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) to be held later this year.
Celebrating World Vape Day & debunking the infamous Gateway Theory
Millions of vapers, e-cigarette users and harm reduction advocates across the globe, will be celebrating World Vape Day, tomorrow on the 30 of May 2020, a day before World No Tobacco Day.
E-cigarettes & Vaporisers
Summary The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) supports the legalisation and regulation of nicotine-containing e-cigarettes and other vaporised nicotine products to facilitate their use as harm reduction tools.
Prevalence of population smoking cessation by electronic cigarette use status in a national sample of recent smokers
Abstract-Introduction: Amid decreasing rates of cigarette smoking and a rise in e-cigarette use, there is a need to understand population patterns of use to inform tobacco control efforts and evaluate whether e-cigarettes may play a role in tobacco harm reduction.
The unique contribution of e-cigarettes for tobacco harm reduction in supporting smoking relapse prevention
E-cigarettes may have a role to play in reducing the health-related harms of tobacco smoking ....
Tobacco Harm Reduction
COVID-19 and Tobacco Harm Reduction: What’s the Relationship?
(In early March 2020) over 113,000 people worldwide were known to be infected by the novel coronavirus, and the number of deaths had exceeded 4,000.
Nicotine without smoke: fighting the tobacco epidemic with harm reduction
The rapid rise of smoke-free nicotine products, especially vaping, is the most disruptive influence on smoking in decades.
Vapers rebuff ‘smokers’ tags
Vapers and tobacco harm reduction advocates delivered this message in a gathering in Makati City on Feb. 28 to launch the Asia-wide education and information campaign #SmokeFree4Life that urges the World Health Organization and the Department of Health to respect the rights of consumers of smoke-free alternatives to combustible cigarettes.
World Health Organization
Still blowing smoke in Asia: the region’s failure to embrace tobacco harm reduction efforts continue
Over half a billion smokers live in Asia, and Asian countries have some of the highest per capita smoking rates – and some of the highest numbers of smoking-related deaths – in the world.
The World Health Organization’s Opposition to Tobacco Harm Reduction: A Threat to Public Health?
Why secrecy and a failure to embrace alternatives to smoking have the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on a path to failure.
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