Tag: John Kristof

Friday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine and SARS-CoV-2: COVID-19 may be a disease of the nicotinic cholinergic system – What We Know—and Still Need to Learn—About Coronavirus and Nicotine – UK Government reassures citizens – Anti-Vaping Zealots Find Opportunity in the Pandemic – From Ebola to Covid-19. Is all nicotine bad nicotine? – ETHRA Calls For Help – Professor Bauld on Nicotine – She Blinded Me With Lung Science – RACP In Major Policy Shift – 180 by Glantz – Nipped in The Bud – Aye pal, that’s how tobacco control works – Inside Michigan’s Fight for Safe, Legal Vapes – How vaping restrictions undermine COVID-19 fight – High E-Cig Use by U.S. Adults Who Just Quit Regular Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s Blog #99: Fear, loathing and COVID-19 – Can smoking protect you against COVID-19? – Beware the COVID-19 nannies! – Choose Vape – Scotland May Miss Tobacco-Free Target by 16 Years – Further Restricting Vaping Won’t Help Fight the COVID-19 Pandemic – Vaping Bans Are Bad for Public Health – New Study Shows That Vaping Is More Effective Than Counseling for Smoking Cessation – Dean misses the point on smoking and small business – Tobacco and vaping: When one door closes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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