According to prof. Riccardo Polosa, CoEHAR founder: "This small qualitative research simply found what we already knew: that young people are eager to explore new experiences, with vaping potentially being one of them. A critical limitation of this research is the absence of insights into how these participants have been educated about the health implications and addictive nature of nicotine/vaping. To work towards a smoke-free world, it's essential that our messaging on vaping's risk-to-benefit ratio is both accurate and truthful"
On 31 May 2022, to celebrate the World No Tobacco Day, CoEHAR, the Center of Excellence for the acceleration of Harm Reduction of the University of Catania, will host the first National Conference on Tobacco Harm Reduction “Risks and benefits of Combustion free products".
Shelby County Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Summit About this event The Memphis Area Prevention Coalition, The University of Memphis, Church Health, and Alliance Health Care bring you the 2022…
Reflecting on the 15th Year of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), two international expert panel sessions featuring leading academics, researchers and NGO principals will cover the key questions and challenges facing policymakers in achieving more effective and equitable implementation globally
New studies show flavoured vaping products are more effective for adults who want to quit smoking for good without relapsing.