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    Harm Reduction Infographic

    The tobacco industry has been trying to co-opt the term "harm reduction" as part of its business strategy to expand its user base.

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    3 ways JUUL harms the environment

    As sales of JUUL skyrocket alongside surging youth e-cigarette use, the risks e-cigarettes pose to the environment will only grow.

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  4. The harmful impact of further delays in the FDA’s e-cigarette review

    Any extension should be brief, and tobacco companies cannot be allowed to use this public health emergency to continue avoiding their legal obligation.

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    How tobacco products harm the environment from their manufacture to consumption

    The process of growing tobacco, manufacturing tobacco products and delivering them to retailers causes severe and irreversible damage to the environment.

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    What’s the harm in hookah? How risk misperceptions relate to rising use

    People who think of hookah as less harmful than cigarettes are more likely to use it now and in the future.

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    While less harmful than cigarettes, e-cigarettes pose several risks

    A recent review of e-cigarette science by the European Public Health Association finds that e-cigarettes should not be considered safe.

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    Majority of Natural American Spirit smokers believe brand is less harmful

    Researchers found that nearly 64 percent of Natural American Spirit smokers inaccurately believe the cigarettes are less harmful than other brands.

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    Cigarette filters mislead consumers, with 1 in 3 smokers falsely believing filters reduce harm

    More than a third of current smokers (33.2%) erroneously believed filters make cigarettes less harmful to smoke, a line perpetuated by the tobacco industry,

  10. New report shows that e-cigarettes can both harm and help the smoking epidemic

    A National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report outlines the evidence-based consensus on the health consequences of e-cigarettes.

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    E-cigarette CEOs admit under oath that they do not know all the harmful health effects of nicotine

    Chief executives of major e-cigarette companies admitted, under oath, that their products can lead to nicotine addiction and that they do not know all of the

  12. New Report Shows Youth E-Cigarette Use Remains at Epidemic Levels and Harm Perceptions of Vaping Significantly Rise Among Teens

    Monitoring the Future shows that nicotine vaping among youth remained high in 2020 with 22% of 10th and 12th graders using e-cigarettes in the last 30 days.<