- Special Series in Respiratory Disease and Nicotine/Tobacco Use
As part of CASEL’s special series highlighting work in the priority area of respiratory health outcomes and nicotine/tobacco use, we bring your attention to a Special Issue, Respiratory Disease and Nicotine/Tobacco Use, that was just published open access in Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
Recent and rapidly arising critical health events, such as EVALI and the SARS CoV-2 pandemic, highlight the importance of examining how tobacco and nicotine products may influence and interact with respiratory health. This Special Issue on respiratory disease associations with cigarettes and non-cigarette nicotine and tobacco use includes a collection of multidisciplinary studies that begin to examine the effect of tobacco and nicotine use from the cellular level to patterns of use and symptomology at the population level. Please check out the issue or download any of the 13 papers here: https://academic.oup.com/ntr/issue/22/Supplement_1
- Patterns of Tobacco Product Use in the United States: Transitions across Three Waves of the PATH Study (2013-2016)
A Special Issue, Patterns of Tobacco Product Use in the United States: Transitions across Three Waves of the PATH Study (2013-2016), has been published in Tobacco Control. This Special Issue, a collaboration between NIDA, FDA, CDC, Westat and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, examines tobacco transition behaviors and correlates of these behaviors using data from the NIH and FDA supported Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, a U.S. nationally representative longitudinal tobacco study of about 46,000 persons aged 12+ years. The issue includes a series of peer-reviewed papers, each focused on a tobacco product (cigarette, e-cigarette, hookah, cigar, and smokeless) and examining 3-wave longitudinal pathways of exclusive and poly- tobacco product use for youth, young adults, and adults 25 years or older. Longitudinal three-wave pathways of exclusive and poly- tobacco initiation among baseline never users are also featured, with exploration of common pathways for new initiators of e-cigarettes and cigarettes. Moreover, three papers in the issue use weighted generalized estimating equations to evaluate correlates of tobacco product initiation, cessation, and relapse. Please check out the issue or download any of the 11 papers here:
- Chemistry, Toxicology, and Addiction Research on Waterpipe Tobacco
The need for evidence to guide the FDA into best evidence-based strategies to limit the spread of waterpipe use among young people and harm to public health was the rationale for NIH’s issuance of an R01 program to address the “Chemistry, Toxicology, and Addiction Research on Waterpipe Tobacco.” The collective research projects aimed to address the biomedical, behavioral and social science research to inform regulatory action on waterpipe tobacco products. Nine research teams were funded under this program and comprised the Waterpipe Tobacco Special Interest Group; their findings are presented in this special issue.
- Standards to Reduce Nicotine in Combusted Tobacco in the United StatesA Special Issue, Standards to Reduce Nicotine in Combusted Tobacco in the United States, was just published open access in Nicotine and Tobacco Research. This Special Issue on nicotine standards in the United States will address many of the questions raised in the FDA’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) through a series of policy commentaries from leaders in the field and timely empirical studies across a variety of topic areas within the proposed comprehensive nicotine standards plan. The questions addressed in this issue include: (1) the threshold dose of nicotine (and other constituents) that would lead to minimally addictive cigarettes; (2) the effects of a nicotine product standard in smokers with co-morbidity, youth and young adult smokers, and menthol smokers; (3) a step-down or targeted data approach to reducing nicotine in cigarettes; (4) perceptions and communications about product standards; and (5) requirements associated with the implementation of a nicotine product standard. Please check out the issue or download any of the 23 papers here: https://academic.oup.com/ntr/issue/21/Supplement_1
- Standard Measures for Tobacco Regulatory Research: The PhenX Toolkit Collections
The papers in this Special Issue showcase the measurement collection in the PhenX Toolkit that were established for use in tobacco regulatory research, and will provide investigators a better understanding as to the purpose and scope of project. It also allows investigators to cite support for their use of the measures in grant applications and publications. Hopefully, it will provide a foundation for their engagement in determining the content for future updates to the collections, as well.
The content is free to read and download, with no access controls: https://tobaccocontrol.bmj.com/content/29/Suppl_1
- E-cigarettes and Non-combustible Tobacco ProductsAddictive Behaviors (Electronic ISSN: 0306-4603) is an international peer-reviewed journal publishing high quality human research on addictive behaviors and disorders since 1975. The journal accepts submissions of full-length papers and short communications on substance-related addictions such as the abuse of alcohol, drugs and nicotine, and behavioral addictions involving gambling and technology. We primarily publish behavioral and psychosocial research but our articles span the fields of psychology, sociology, psychiatry, epidemiology, social policy, medicine, pharmacology and neuroscience.
- Tobacco Regulatory Science Special Issue on Eye TrackingTobacco Regulatory Science (Electronic ISSN 2333-9748) is a rigorously peer-reviewed online scientific journal for the dissemination of research relevant to the regulation of tobacco products. The journal content includes a broad array of research domains, including chemistry, biology, behavior, community, and population-level surveillance and epidemiology, as well as knowledge syntheses (eg, meta-analyses or state-of-the-art reviews) and analytic modeling. All articles describe the policy relevance of the research outcomes. Given the global nature of tobacco regulation, particularly as a result of international and national policies, Tobacco Regulatory Science publishes high quality research that is relevant to global regulatory needs and requirements. Tobacco Regulatory Science is published electronically 6 times per year.
- Health Communication: Special Issue on Communication Research about Tobacco Regulatory ScienceThe special issue from the TCORS Health Communication Working Group has recently been published online. We expect the issue to come out in a print issue of Health Communication in 2018.
- Vape Shops in the United States
- Tobacco Regulatory Science: Behavioral Laboratory Methods Issue
- Articles from Tobacco Control’s Special Issue on Flavors
- Adolescents' interest in trying flavoured e-cigarettes
- Distribution, quantification and toxicity of cinnamaldehyde in electronic cigarette refill fluids and aerosols
Rachel Z Behar, Wentai Luo, Sabrina C Lin, Yuhuan Wang, Jackelyn Valle, James F Pankow,Prue Talbot
Tob Control Published Online First: 15 September 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053224
- Flavour preferences in youth versus adults: a review
Allison C Hoffman, Raydel Valdes Salgado, Carolyn Dresler, Rachel Williams Faller,Christopher Bartlett
Tob Control Published Online First: 15 September 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053192
- Flavoured tobacco products and the public's health: lessons from the TPSAC menthol report
- Cigarette smoking and electronic cigarette vaping patterns as a function of e-cigarette flavourings
- Flavourings significantly affect inhalation toxicity of aerosol generated from electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS)
- Association between menthol-flavoured cigarette smoking and flavoured little cigar and cigarillo use among African-American, Hispanic, and white young and middle-aged adult smokers
- Association between use of flavoured tobacco products and quit behaviours: findings from a cross-sectional survey of US adult tobacco users
Danielle M Smith, Maansi Bansal-Travers, Jidong Huang, Dianne Barker, Andrew J Hyland,Frank Chaloupka
Tob Control Published Online First: 5 October 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053313
- Changes in the prevalence and correlates of menthol cigarette use in the USA, 2004–2014
Andrea C Villanti, Paul D Mowery, Cristine D Delnevo, Raymond S Niaura, David B Abrams, Gary A Giovino
Tob Control Published Online First: 11 October 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053329
- Menthol decreases oral nicotine aversion in C57BL/6 mice through a TRPM8-dependent mechanism
Lu Fan, Shrilatha Balakrishna, Sairam V Jabba, Pamela E Bonner, Seth R Taylor, Marina R Picciotto, Sven-Eric Jordt
Tob Control Published Online First: 3 October 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053209
- Role of sweet and other flavours in liking and disliking of electronic cigarettes
Hyoshin Kim, Juyun Lim, Stephanie S Buehler, Marielle C Brinkman, Nathan M Johnson, Laura Wilson, Kandice S Cross, Pamela I Clark
Tob Control Published Online First: 5 October 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053221
- Detection of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and furfural in the aerosol of electronic cigarettes
- Flavoured non-cigarette tobacco product use among US adults: 2013-2014
Michèle G Bonhomme, Enver Holder-Hayes, Bridget K Ambrose, Cindy Tworek, Shari P Feirman, Brian A King, Benjamin J Apelberg
Tob Control Published Online First: 28 October 2016 doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2016-053373
- Tobacco industry use of flavourings to promote smokeless tobacco products