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Data from 2014 UK Youth Survey Show No Nonsmoking ...

Newly released data from the Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People in England - 2014 survey show that although 22% of youth ages 11-15 have experimented with electronic cigarettes, only 3% are now regular vapers and none of these regular vapers are never smokers.  In the survey, regular vaping was defined as using an e-cigarette at least once per week. While one cannot extrapolate from these data to the situation in the U.S., they do demonstrate that at least in England, e-cigarettes are not particularly addictive and they are not serving as a gateway to smoking among youth. Despite the high rate of e-cigarette experimentation, only a small proportion of these youth experimenters are going on to become regular vapers. And of these regular vapers, none are kids who never smoked cigarettes. Thus, there is little, if any, evidence that e-cigarette experimentation among youth in England is causing public health harm. If anything, e-cigarettes may be deterring some youth from continued smoking. This hypothesis is further supported by the finding that youth smoking in England dropped to its lowest level since the survey began in 1982, despite the dramatic increase in e-cigarette experimentation in recent years. Despite the definitive statements of CDC and other anti-smoking groups and advocates about e-cigarettes being a gateway to youth smoking, there remains no evidence to support that contention and a growing body of evidence refutes it.


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  • Data from 2014 UK Youth Survey Show No Nonsmoking Youths Becoming Regular E-Cigarette Users
    Data from 2014 UK Youth Survey Show No Nonsmoking Youths Becoming Regular E-Cigarette Users

    Newly released data from the Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People in England - 2014 survey show that although 22% of youth ages 11-15 have experimented with electronic cigarettes, only 3% are now regular vapers and none of these regular vapers are never smokers.  In the survey, regular vaping was defined as using an e-cigarette at least once per week. While one cannot extrapolate from these data to the situation in the U.S., they do demonstrate that at least in England, e-cigarettes are not particularly addictive and they are not serving as a gateway to smoking among youth. Despite the high rate of e-cigarette experimentation, only a small proportion of these youth experimenters are going on to become regular vapers. And of these regular vapers, none are kids who never smoked cigarettes. Thus, there is little, if any, evidence that e-cigarette experimentation among youth in England is causing public health harm. If anything, e-cigarettes may be deterring some youth from continued smoking. This hypothesis is further supported by the finding that youth smoking in England dropped to its lowest level since the survey began in 1982, despite the dramatic increase in e-cigarette experimentation in recent years. Despite the definitive statements of CDC and other anti-smoking groups and advocates about e-cigarettes being a gateway to youth smoking, there remains no evidence to support that contention and a growing body of evidence refutes it.

  • Tayside Smokers Kick the Habit as E-Cigarettes Light Up
    Tayside Smokers Kick the Habit as E-Cigarettes Light Up

    The number of smokers in Tayside has plummeted from 100,000 to 78,000 in less than 10 years. The figures were revealed by Andrew Radley, a consultant in public health medicine for NHS Tayside, who put the drop down partly to schemes offered by the health board. But he admitted the increasing number of people turning to e-cigarettes was also a factor.  Mr Radley added: “We have done really well with giving up smoking in Tayside, which is a really positive thing. Back in 2006, there were around 100,000 smokers in Tayside. Now, in 2015, that is down to around 78,000. Lots of people have given up and we are in a situation where most people here don’t smoke. “We also have the Give It Up For Baby scheme, which saw 12,000 people quit. We have done lots of good work and people are coming forward to stop smoking in their droves.” It comes as new figures showed the number of treatments handed out by the health board to help people stop smoking has also fallen. Mr Radley added: “The best explanation for the drop is probably the use of e-cigarettes. When we talk to university researchers, and look at the numbers, it’s clear that many more people are using them. Our guess is people are trying e-cigarettes, rather than trying to stop smoking altogether.

  • Altria Raises Guidance After Earnings, but Sees Moderate 2H Growth
    Altria Raises Guidance After Earnings, but Sees Moderate 2H Growth

    Altria Group Inc. (MO) reported second-quarter 2015 results before markets opened Wednesday morning. For the quarter, the tobacco company posted adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.74 on revenues of $4.88 billion, excluding $1.74 billion in excise taxes paid. In the same period a year ago, the company reported adjusted EPS of $0.65 on revenues of $4.57 billion. Second-quarter results compare to the Thomson Reuters consensus estimates for EPS of $0.71 EPS and $4.75 billion in revenues, excluding excise taxes. The maker of Marlboro cigarettes raised fiscal year 2015 adjusted EPS guidance from a range of $2.75 to $2.80 to a new range of $2.76 to $2.81. Adjusted EPS totaled $2.76 in fiscal 2014. The company said it expects growth to moderate in the second half of the year due to lapping the effects of the 2014 improvements in the economy for adult tobacco consumers and lower gasoline prices, expected trade inventory movements and the effect of state excise tax increases. Consensus estimates call for 2015 EPS of $2.81 on revenues of $18.57 billion. Last August the company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.48 to $0.52, and Altria's dividend yield at last night's closing price is 3.9%. The company said that it paid more than $1 billion in dividends in the second quarter and approximately $2 billion in the first half of 2015. Altria reaffirmed that the company expects to continue to return a large amount of cash to shareholders in the form of dividends by maintaining a dividend payout ratio target of approximately 80% of its adjusted diluted EPS. Altria repurchased about 5.2 million shares of its common stock in the second quarter at a cost of $263 million. The company's board of directors have approved a new $1 billion share buyback program which the company expects to complete by the end of 2016. The company's CEO said: Altria delivered excellent second-quarter and first-half results, growing adjusted diluted EPS more than 13% with a very strong performance from the smokeable products segment and solid contributions across our other businesses. Further, our tobacco companies' brands continued to strengthen their market leadership, with record retail share on Marlboro and more than 51% combined share on [smokeless products] Copenhagen and Skoal year-to-date. Shipment volumes for the Altria's smokeable products increased by 3.1%, and the company raised prices to keep adjusted margins near 48%. Altria's shares are inactive in pre-market trading this morning, having closed last night at $55.27, up about 2.5% on the day, in a 52-week range of $40.26 to $56.70. Thomson Reuters had a consensus analyst price target of around $57.67 before today's report. 

  • Zimbabwe: Tobacco Sales Surpassed Target
    Zimbabwe: Tobacco Sales Surpassed Target

    Tobacco sales have surpassed the target set by industry with 192 million kilogrammes having been traded at the auction floors this season. This is despite a poor rainy season characterised by erratic rains and flooding. The country is a major tobacco grower, and agriculture is identified as one of the pillars of the economic turnaround programme. Stakeholders in the tobacco industry had set a target of 85 million kilogrammes, down from the 222 million kg Government had predicted. Zimbabwe produced 216 million kg in 2014 and 165 million kg in 2013. Latest Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board statistics show that by last Friday; 192, 4 million kg worth $566 million were sold by farmers since the opening of the tobacco selling season. This is a decline of 8, 5 percent from the 209 million kg worth $666 million sold during the same period last year. The selling season for the auction floors closed at 46,5 million kg worth $113million while sales at the contract floors have reached 146 million worth $453 million. Among the contractors that bought high volumes are Northern Tobacco which bought 27, 8 million kg worth $98, 4 million, TianZe 25, 1 million kg worth $92, 5 million, MTC 23 million kg worth $66, 5 million while Zimbabwe Leaf Tobacco bought 17, 4 million worth $53, 7 million. TianZe offered the highest price of $6, 25 per kg while others offered above $5, 50 per kg. Auction floors maintained the ceiling price of $4,99 per kg throughout the season. The marketing season for auction floors closed on July 15 and mop up sales will be carried out on August 4. The 2015 season has been described by farmers and tobacco experts as a difficult one as the crop was affected by heavy rains and drought which resulted in low yields. Last year, the selling season closed on July 7 and farmers sold 216 million kilogrammes of the crop.

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