The March 2018 issue of the Tobacco Regulatory Science Journal is now available to view.
The following Open Access articles are available to view by everyone:
Effective Formats for Communicating Risks from Cigarette Smoke Chemicals
The US government requires the public display of information about toxic chemicals in cigarettes and smoke by brand in a way that is understandable and not misleading. We sought to identify risk communication formats that meet these goals.
Awareness and Use of ‘Heat-not-burn’ Tobacco Products in Great Britain
‘Heat-not-burn’ tobacco products have recently come onto the market in several countries; existing research has been conducted mostly by the manufacturers. We aimed to estimate awareness and use in Great Britain.
Effect of Adding Sugar to Burley Tobacco on the Emission of Aldehydes in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke
Sugars in tobacco products enhance the taste and smoke characteristics of the blend. Sugars are often added to processed tobacco, particularly air-cured Burley tobacco leaves that contain virtually no sugars. The most commonly used sugars were systematically added to Burley tobacco to study the effect on aldehyde emissions in mainstream smoke.
Assessing Smoking Cessation Messages with a Discrete Choice Experiment
Our aim was to identify message characteristics for cigarette pack inserts that aim to help smokers quit.