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08 mars 2016

Le 08 Mars 2016

Préparées par Jean-François Etter

Rapport UK sur les e-cigarettes pour les services de tabacologie

Ce rapport formule des recommandations pour les praticiens et les services d'aide à l'arrêt du tabac, il fournit des réponses aux questions les plus fréquentes sur le e-cigarettes, et résume les preuves sur lesquelles ces recommandations sont basées.

Electronic cigarettes: A briefing for stop smoking services

http://www.ncsct.co.uk/publication_electronic_cigarette_briefing.php

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http://www.ncsct.co.uk/usr/pub/Electronic%20cigarettes.%20A%20briefing%20for%20stop%20smoking%20services.pdf


Cigarettes électroniques. La crise de croissance

Le marché de la cigarette électronique n'est plus ce qu'il était. Après quatre années d'une croissance folle, 2015 a vu la fermeture d'environ 500 boutiques en France. Il en reste aujourd'hui 2.000, les plus professionnelles ... Lire la suite:

http://www.letelegramme.fr/france/e-cigarette-crise-de-croissance-07-02-2016-10949245.php


How does Electronic Cigarette Access affect Adolescent Smoking?

Understanding electronic cigarettes' effect on tobacco smoking is a central economic and policy issue. This paper examines the causal impact of e-cigarette access on conventional cigarette use by adolescents. Regression analyses consider how state bans on e-cigarette sales to minors influence smoking rates among 12 to 17 year olds. Such bans yield a statistically significant 0.9 percentage point increase in recent smoking in this age group, relative to states without such bans. Results are robust to multiple specifications as well as several falsification and placebo checks. This effect is both consistent with e-cigarette access reducing smoking among minors, and large: banning electronic cigarette sales to minors counteracts 70 percent of the downward pre-trend in teen cigarette smoking in the states that implemented such bans.

Abigail S. Friedman1, doi:10.1016/j.jhealeco.2015.10.003 Journal of Health Economics

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/articl


In Heroin Crisis, White Families Seek Gentler War on Drugs

NY Times - The growing army of families of those lost to heroin many of them in the suburbs and small towns are now using their influence, anger and grief to cushion the country's approach to drugs, from altering the language around addiction to prodding government to treat it not as a crime, but as a disease...Read the article:

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/31/us/heroin-war-on-drugs-parents.html?mabReward=A1&action=click&pgtype=Homepage%C2%AEion=CColumn&module=Recommendation&src=rechp&WT.nav=RecEngine&_r=1


The Poor, Unhappy, Chain-smoking Brain

A thought-provoking new paper from Oxford neuroscientists Stephen Smith and colleagues reports a correlation between a certain pattern of brain activity and, well, a great many things. Poor, unhappy, chain smokers tend to score poorly on IQ tests, and vice versa. You might call this the It never rains but it pours principle... Read the article :

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/2015/10/09/the-poor-unhappy-chain-smoking-brain/#.VidSgyuGTeg



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