- In recent months vaping companies have been warning that regulations aimed at reducing vaping will "drive people to cigarettes."
The recent "facts not fear" campaign run by Imperial Tobacco [...]A key challenge for health regulators when facing emerging nicotine devices is the complexity and change in that market place.
Unlike cigarettes, which researchers and regulators have [...]For more than 40 years, Canadian smokers have been encouraged to see "Weedless Wednesday" as an opportunity to make a quit attempt, as Canadian health systems use the week around it (National Non [...]More public opinion research results have recently appeared on the Library of Canada web-site. Among them are the results of two series of focus groups conducted as part of the overhaul of health [...]On January the 8th, several elements of Israel's law prohibiting advertising of tobacco and smoking products came into effect. Among these were requirements that tobacco products and smoking [...]This week Canadian tobacco companies raised the price they charge to retailers for cigarettes and other toabcco products. This month the price (per cigarette) went up by 1 to 1.5 cents in in most [...]Last spring the federal Privy Council Office (the department which serves the Prime Minister and Cabinet) commissioned a series of focus groups across Canada to gain information on a number of [...]Last week, Health Canada made public its plans to ban advertising of vaping products wherever they can be seen or heard by youth. At the same time, they also released two surveys that provide [...]Many researchers are focusing on the role played by e-cigarette flavourings in encouraging young non-smokers to use these products.
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