Posts Tagged ‘e-cigarettes’

The Intersection of Emotion and Health Policy

April 27, 2014 — At the intersection of emotion and health policy, evidence-based decision making often gets creamed. We see it all the time in the realm of obesity and nutrition. Emotions run high when the subject is sugar, salt, and fat in the food supply, or big food, or fast food — just to name a few subjects […]

E-Cigarettes: Vision or Nightmare?

November 2, 2013 — E-Cigarettes don’t burn, but they certainly ignite passions and serve as some sort of psychological test. Some people see an evil new addictive gateway to smoking. Others see an opportunity to completely eliminate cancer-causing cigarettes (and maybe make a buck in the process). FDA is trying to figure out how to regulate them. E-cigarettes use […]