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San Francisco's E-Cigarette Ban Aims to Goose the FDA
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Are Federal Regulators Panicked Over the Increased Use of E-Cigarettes Among Adolescents: A Conversation With Prof. David Abrams (April 23rd)
Listen Now The e-cigarette market, or what the FDA formally terms Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems or ENDS, has grown since...
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
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E-Cigarettes - UPDATED, with Professor Linda Bauld
Suzi chats to Professor Linda Bauld from the University of Edinburgh about e-cigarettes and vaping. Linda provides an update on what's changed in the last 2 years since the first E-Cigarettes episode - in terms of who's using them, whether they are helping in smoking quit attempts, and what some of the new products on the market are like. Suzi and Linda also discuss nicotine itself, and the evidence as to whether or not it's harmful. They also touch on some of the reasons why the USA and the UK have such different policy attitudes towards vaping, and what some of the implications of this might be.
Say Why To Drugs
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June 18, 2019: Rep. Schiff On Iran; Effects Of Vaping On Cardiovascular Health
President Trump is ordering an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East, after Iran announced on Monday that it would soon defy the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. pulled out of last year. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks to Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff of California. Also, the use of vape pens, electronic cigarettes and other "electronic nicotine delivery systems" have exploded over the last decade or so, especially among teenagers. But compared with traditional cigarettes, there's very little research on the public health effects of this booming industry.
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