Catania Conversation is a CoEHAR project which brings together Journalists, Scientists and Opinion Leaders experts in harm reduction from all over the word
Catania Conversation CC is the new project of Centre of Excellence for the acceleration of Harm Reduction (CoEHAR) which brings together journalists, scientists and opinion leaders from all over the world to fill gaps in communication around Tobacco Harm Reduction (THR). CoEHAR will organize an Online Masterclass on 29th May 2020 with excellent guests and participants selected by the most influential newspapers in the world.
The damage done by the COVID-19 pandemic is twofold: in addition to suffering from direct effects of the virus, the world is grappling with the challenge of social distancing. Recent poll explores the relationship between COVID-19 social distancing and health among 6,801 tobacco and nicotine users in 5 countries.
Catania Conversation is a new CoEHAR project which brings together Journalists, Scientists and Opinion Leaders experts in harm reduction from all over the world
On the occasion of the World No Tobacco Day 2020, CoEHAR will organize anOnline Masterclass on 29th May 2020 dedicated to introduce Journalists, Scientists and Opinion Leaders to tobacco harm reduction principle and educate them on the views of the international scientific community.
We cannot talk about the correlation between smoking and COVID-19. Li Volti: “We only create confusion”
A recent study by Prof. Brake SJ studied the correlation between smoking and the angiotensin converting enzyme 2 and its implications to COVID-19. The author's hypothesis suggests an increased risk...
Catania, Italy, April 21 - A new article by the researchers from the CoEHAR confirms that APPs for smartphones and tools for detecting and monitoring the rituality linked to smoking through new...
LIAF: ACTIVATED THE NATIONAL FREE NUMBER FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE AFFECTED BY THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY
COEHAR, UNICT and LIAF have activated the national free number for psychological support for people affected by the COVID-19 emergency
Prof. Riccardo Polosa has been invited to join Global Health Perspectives with Derek Yach, a series of podcast on serious issues on public health. The Foundation for a Smoke Free World has launched...
Scott Kelly, former NASA astronaut who lived nearly a year on the International Space Station, share his tips on isolation
Science and common sense must now become an integral part of economic planning if we are to emerge from this pandemic
"I write this as a medical doctor, an Italian and a parent who is seeing the Coronavirus pandemic engulf the world. History teaches us that there is a time for war and there is a time for...
These last days we have been receiving hundreds of messages of solidarity from our partners around the world. Hundreds of our doctors and researchers are on the front lines fighting this battle...
Prof. Riccardo Polosa talks about the Italian Government decision to close all the non-essential shops in Italy, vapeshops included
In New York, the Mayor Bill De Blasio talks about smoking, vaping and coronavirus, but Prof. Riccardo Polosa publishes an harsh tweet
Costanza Nicolosi, international regulatory expert for both LIAF and CoEHAR has participated in a press conference promoted by the Vaping Association Polska (VAP) on February 26th, held at the...
The interview of the national TV of Serbia went on air on February 20, which recounted some phases of the tour that in these days sees the director of CoEHAR, Giovanni Li Volti, and the co-project...
The XXIX Week of Scientific and Technological Culture, promoted by MIUR, will take place from 2 to 8 March. The Coehar organizes a seminar on March 3 in Biological Tower, Room 1
We have talked to DR. Colin Mendelsohn about the new Australian smoking cessation guidelines which now suggest the use of ECIG
According to Plos Biology, Prof. Polosa is the most cited scientist of Universities of Palermo, Messina and Catania
From November 25thto 28ththe Coehar will host the international partners of the Replica project, the third of the 9 projects presented last June at the COEHAR