Analysis Led by NYU College of Global Public Health Focuses on Harm Minimization in Smoking Cessation Quitting smoking is among the top New Year’s resolutions, but is notoriously difficult to do and often requires multiple attempts and strategies. A growing body of research points to using a harm minimization approach for smoking cessation. Harm minimization […]
British Psychological Society — Promote e-cigarettes to reduce smoking
‘Changing behaviour: Electronic cigarettes,’ published this week, is a new briefing that aims to provide guidance and education to those involved with smoking cessation. The report also makes the following recommendations: Improve education about the relative harms of smoking, nicotine and e-cigarettes. Combine existing best practice, NHS Stop Smoking Services (SSS) with the most popular quitting method […]
FDA Deeming Prohibition — The Editorial Round-Up
Since the FDA’s release of its deeming regulations, many excellent opinion pieces have been published on its consequences. Here is a (not so) comprehensive list of some of our favorites.
Use Common Sense on E-Cigarettes [U.S. News & World Report]
AVA President Gregory Conley in U.S. News & World Report urging the Food and Drug Administration to act with common sense when regulating e-cigarettes. Use Common Sense on E-Cigarettes Why the FDA should not regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products. The Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products has two goals that seem to […]