E-cigarette use increases risk for developing major respiratory diseases
In a new study, e-cigarette use was associated with increased risk for developing major respiratory diseases, including asthma, bronchitis and COPD, independent of cigarette...
2 days ago - Healio - 3 articles
50.6 million US adults report currently using tobacco products
Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, according to a new report published in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly...
4 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
The Risks of Another Epidemic: Teenage Vaping
“We're stepping backward from all the advances we've made in tobacco control,” one investigator said.
4 days ago - NY Times
Big Tech CEOs claiming they don't censor conservatives is like Big Tobacco executives claiming nicotine is not addictive
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is once again taking Big Tech to the woodshed over its rampant censorship of conservatives. Much like how Big Tobacco infamously claimed back in the '90s...
7 days ago - Natural News
Big Tobacco gets a big boost from the pandemic
The pandemic has proven to be lucrative for global tobacco giants like Phillip Morris.
8 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
UIC study aims to improve smoking cessation interventions for underserved populations
Researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago have received more than $3.3 million to study the burden of tobacco use and to improve smoking cessation interventions for...
9 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Youth tobacco prevention more crucial during COVID-19 crisis | Commentary
E-cigarettes and other tobacco products are unsafe for youth and young adults, and as a guest columnist writes, the threat posed by tobacco use is even higher during the...
10 days ago - Orlando Sentinel - 3 articles
'Illicit tobacco disaster': Tougher laws aired as high prices hit smoker habits
Tobacco prices have more than doubled over the past seven years, cutting smoking rates but driving a "smaller, growing number" of people into the illicit tobacco market.
15 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Gun Owners of America calls out ATF for undermining the presidency
On October 27, 2020, Gun Owner of America Vice President Erich Pratt called out the the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for a change it made in a...
18 days ago - Natural News
Switching from cigarettes to tobacco heating products may reduce risk of developing diseases
New research by BAT has found that smokers who switched completely from smoking cigarettes to using BAT's flagship tobacco heating product , glo, substantially reduced their...
22 days ago - News Medical
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Situation Update - Nov. 27th - DoD vs. CIA firefight in Frankfurt as covert...
At this very minute, a covert war is raging across the globe, pitting Trump's DoD and DIA against black hat deep state factions running the CIA. The good news is: Trump is...
New York Times admitted in 2018 that Dominion voting machines are hackable
Two years ago, a computer scientist who works for The New York Times successfully hacked a mock election by breaking into the very same Dominion Voting Systems machines that...
US once again running out of face masks as coronavirus cases surge, nursing...
Despite the fact that the situation regarding the United States' supply of personal protective equipment has greatly improved since the coronavirus pandemic began, the recent...
Black Friday 2020 Deals On Home Gym Equipment And Fitness Gear
This Black Friday, save on exercise equipment, workout machines and fitness accessories and gym clothes.
The definitive case proving Donald Trump won the election
If Joe Biden taking the lead in Michigan and Wisconsin was the moment the dynamic of the Presidential race changed, this may be the moment the dynamic changes again. A thorough...
Existing Treatment Helps Save the Lives of COVID-19 Patients
COVID-19 hospitalized patients could be saved by doctors by using an existing medical treatment at an earlier stage.
Drugmaker AstraZeneca is Facing Tough Questions From Experts
After disclosing promising results from its COVID-19 vaccine trial earlier this week, drugmaker AstraZeneca is now facing tough questions from experts, especially after the...
Coronavirus UK: Chris Whitty cagey on Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine
Chris Whitty refused to back the injection when asked about the controversy surrounding data from its late-stage trials at a Downing Street press conference.
Almost 250,000 women are overdue cervical smear tests this year due to Covid-19
Some 3.2million women in England have been screened for the cancer in the last 12 months, down 240,000 on the 3.43million checked last year. The NHS shut down in March to free...
Coronaviruses Closely Linked to SARS-CoV-2 Found in Lab Freezers
Coronaviruses closely related to the COVID-19 pandemic was found in lab freezers in Cambodia and Japan, finds a new study.