In their frantic opposition to safer forms of nicotine use, the tactics of tobacco control activists seem eerily familiar.
Researchers were told their allegations were false, but they still went ahead and attacked a leading vaping company with baseless claims
A vision for a journal covering all aspects of nicotine in society based on open science, curiosity and organised scepticism
England aims to reduce smoking to less than 5% by 2030, but this will need mass switching to smoke-free products as a consumer alternative to smoking, and it must be achieved by consent rather than coercion
The World Health Organisation continues to present misleading information about e-cigarettes that spreads doubt and confusion among the public, media and policymakers. This post reviews its latest Q & A and finds multiple errors of analysis, misleading statements, and obvious biases.
Most Americans now incorrectly believe that e-cigarettes are just as harmful or more harmful than cigarettes. US health organisations have unethically cultivated this misunderstanding and compare unfavourably with UK equivalents. Their duplicitous behaviour resembles that of Big Tobacco 50 years ago.
Further to my 30 Sept blog: European Commission SCHEER scientific opinion on e-cigarettes – a guide for policymakers. I
Summary In June 2019, an influential and well-respected research group published a paper in the BMJ showing both a sharp
Let’s have some debate on the future of tobacco, nicotine, tobacco control and the tobacco and vaping industry. Here are
I have just published a new question and answer (Q & A) resource on nicotine science and policy. It is