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02 décembre 2014

La newsletter de stop-tabac: les sujets clés de l?actualité mondiale sur le tabagisme

Sélection réalisée par Jean-François Etter

Le 2 décembre 2014

- Vapoter est moins risqué que fumer 
- Le mot de l'année du Oxford Dictionaries est: vape
- Formaldéhyde dans les cigarettes électroniques
- Scientific sleight of hand: constructing concern about particulates' from e-cigarettes
- Realistically colorized historical photos make the past seem incredibly real 
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue


Vapoter est moins risqué que fumer

Attaquée de toutes parts, la cigarette électronique perd de son attractivité. Un tabacologue tord le cou aux fausses informations sur sa nocivité. Lire la suite...:

http://www.lematin.ch/suisse/vapoter-risque-fumer/story/31224090 (01 12 2014) 
(02 12 2014)


Le mot de l'année du Oxford Dictionaries est: vape

As 2014 draws to a close, it's time to look back and see which words have been significant throughout the past twelve months, and to announce the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year. Without further ado, we can exclusively reveal that the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2014 is.

vape

Although there is a shortlist of strong contenders, as you'll see below, it was vape that emerged victorious as Word of the Year.

What does vape mean?...read more:

http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2014/11/oxford-dictionaries-word-year-vape/ (27 11 2014) 
(02 12 2014)


Formaldéhyde dans les cigarettes électroniques

En réponse aux articles de presse récents sur la présence de formaldéhyde dans les e-cigarettes, voir la réponse de Jean-Yves Nau:

http://jeanyvesnau.com/2014/11/28/cigarettes-electroniques-et-cancer-la-verite-sur-une-fausse-alerte-japonaise/

et celle de K.Farsalinos

http://www.ecigarette-research.com/web/index.php/2013-04-07-09-50-07/2014/188-frm-jp

et aussi une revue de littérature qui montre que le niveau est plus élevé dans les cigarettes que dans les e-cig de l'étude japonaise:

 Am J Public Health. 1989 August; 79(8): 10441045. PMhttps://workspace.infomaniak.com/mail/showAttachment/mid-226045-INBOX/1 PMC1349907 Formaldehyde exposures from tobacco smoke: a review. T Godish

et une autre étude qui montre que les niveaux de formaldéhyde sont 13 fois plus bas dans les e-cig que dans les cigarettes:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=goniewicz+formaldehyde (28 11 2014) 
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Scientific sleight of hand: constructing concern about particulates' from e-cigarettes

Clive Bates' blog - The opponents of e-cigarettes have determined that ultrafine particles' or particulates' are an issue they can work with. But this campaigning gambit, it turns out, involves a crude scientific sleight of hand. We'll explore this by looking at some examples and the appropriate responses.

Conclusion

The concern about particulates per se has been manufactured by scientific sleight of hand, through heroic analogy with air pollutants with completely different chemistry and physical form. By frightening people and exaggerating or inventing risks with e-cigarettes, the advocates of this theory encourage continued smoking, make unethical interventions adult informed choice, mislead regulators, protect the cigarette-based business model of the tobacco industry, and prolong the smoking epidemic.

If you work in public health, those are quite bad things to be doing: please cease and desist.

http://www.clivebates.com/?p=2523

McFiggans and Harrison respond to BMJ article by Torjesen on their presentation at E-Cigarette Summit, correct Torjesen's fear mongering misrepresentations about vapor

http://www.bmj.com/content/349/bmj.g6882/rapid-responses (21 11 2014) 
(02 12 2014)


Realistically colorized historical photos make the past seem incredibly real

Realistically colorized historical photos make the past seem incredibly real [36 pictures]

http://twentytwowords.com/2013/11/06/realistically-colorized-historical-photos-make-the-past-seem-incredibly-real-36-pictures/ (11 11 2013) 
(02 12 2014)



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