Tobacco smokers could gain 86 million years of life if they switch to vaping, study finds - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News
WASHINGTON - Up to 6.6 million cigarette smokers will live substantially longer if cigarette smoking is replaced by vaping over a ten-year period, calculates a research team led by investigators from Georgetown Lombardi Cancer Center. In all, cigarette smokers who switch to e-cigarettes could live 86.7 million more years with policies that encourage cigarette smokers to switch completely to e-cigarettes.
Steve Birr A proliferation of misinformation on the risks of smokeless tobacco, vaping and other alternatives to cigarettes is leaving millions of users in the dark about their options. A critique by public health experts published Friday in the journal Addictive Behaviors argues that federal health officials are violating consumer rights and the principles of informed consent by deliberately misrepresenting the risk profiles of alternatives to combustible tobacco.
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Oregon has become the fifth state in the country to raise its smoking age to 21. Gov. Kate Brown signed the bill on Wednesday. It will take effect at the start of 2018, barring anyone below the age of 21 from purchasing tobacco products.
A bill prohibiting Mainers below age 21 from purchasing tobacco products will soon become law. The Senate voted 29-5 and the House voted 90-44 to override Gov. Paul LePage's veto of the proposal, which supporters say will lower smoking rates and smoking-related deaths. Republican state Sen.