Revealing the complexity of quitting smoking: a qualitative grounded theory study of the natural history of quitting in Australian ex-smokers (23 November, 2017)
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Neighbourhood characteristics and health outcomes: evaluating the association between socioeconomic status, tobacco store density and health outcomes in Baltimore City (23 November, 2017)
E-cigarette brand mocks tobacco control warning labels (23 November, 2017)
Philip Morris International introduces new heat-not-burn product, IQOS, in South Korea (23 November, 2017)
Impact of increasing tobacco taxes on working-age adults: short-term health gain, health equity and cost savings (16 November, 2017)
Potential deaths averted in USA by replacing cigarettes with e-cigarettes (2 October, 2017)
Australia’s $40 per pack cigarette tax plans: the need to consider equity (10 April, 2017)
Tobacco industry strategies undermine government tax policy: evidence from commercial data (9 October, 2017)
Global economic cost of smoking-attributable diseases (30 January, 2017)
E-cigarettes and youth smoking: be alert but not alarmed (8 September, 2017)