SMILE Study Researchers Confirm That Exclusive Users of Combustion-Free Products Have Lower Plaque Accumulation Compared to Smokers

The exclusive use of ECs or HTPs may be associated with reduced dental plaque and calculus accumulation compared to conventional cigarette smoking, suggesting a potentially less harmful impact on oral health. These findings could be particularly compelling for smokers concerned about dental hygiene and related issues such as bad breath.

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New collaborative projects between Padjadjaran University and the University of Catania for studies on harm reduction in Indonesia

“It is important to know that the cause of the health impacts of smoking is actually caused by combustion and TAR, not nicotine itself. This alternative represents a way to avoid the dangerous consequences of burning and contributes to the reduction of risks due to smoking” said Polosa.

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HOW TO CHANGE HEALTH POLICY STRATEGIES? SMOPHED STUDY: INVESTIGATION ON VAPERS AND SMOKERS ACCESSING EMERGENCY HOSPITAL SERVICES.

But how much would harm reduction and the reduction of smoking-related diseases affect international health policy strategies? Would there be fewer hospital admissions without conventional cigarette smoke? The answer will be provided by questionnaires administered to over 3000 hospitalized patients whose smoking habits and potential use of non-combustion products will be analyzed to assess the causes of hospital admission and the subsequent outcomes of the diseases identified.

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New report from The Royal College of Physician: positive impact of E-Cigarettes

The Royal College of Physicians has assessed the available evidence on the use of e-cigarettes, from health effects to the issue of youth vaping, publishing a report with over 50 recommendations. It concluded that e-cigarettes represent a valuable aid in smoking cessation, but that much more can and should be done to reduce their appeal, availability and affordability to people who do not smoke, including children and young people, and reduce environmental harms. 

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CoEHAR Founder Riccardo Polosa adresses the Australian Senators on vaping reform

According to the studies, “CoEHAR research in patients with COPD patients, asthma, high blood pressure, schizophrenia show clear benefits with objective evidence for harm reversal after switching from smoking.. and also showed that lung function and respiratory symptoms and muco-ciliary clearance improve after switching from smoking to vaping”.

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