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Tobacco control strategies need a refresh, University of Buffalo researchers

Tobacco control strategies need a refresh, University of Buffalo researchers

"For the first time in over a century, there are products that could make the defective and deadly cigarette obsolete,” says Lynn T. Kozlowski UB professor of community health and health behavior. Kozlowski and Adams give a great write-up on the potential benefits of e-cigarettes and vaporizers as a potential alternative to the deadly analogs. They remark on the poor image formed around the vape community and the need for more sensible, research based tobacco policy creation. See more at the University's research page.


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