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            "summary": "The Department of Justice (\u201cDOJ\u201d) proposes to transfer marijuana from schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act (\u201cCSA\u201d) to schedule III of the CSA, consistent with the view of the Department of Health and Human Services (\u201cHHS\u201d) that marijuana has a currently accepted medical use as well as HHS's views about marijuana's abuse potential and level of physical or psychological dependence. The CSA requires that such actions be made through formal rulemaking on the record after opportunity for a hearing. If the transfer to schedule III is finalized, the regulatory controls applicable to schedule III controlled substances would apply, as appropriate, along with existing marijuana-specific requirements and any additional controls that might be implemented, including those that might be implemented to meet U.S. treaty obligations. If marijuana is transferred into schedule III, the manufacture, distribution, dispensing, and possession of marijuana would remain subject to the applicable criminal prohibitions of the CSA. Any drugs containing a substance within the CSA's definition of \u201cmarijuana\u201d would also remain subject to the applicable prohibitions in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (\u201cFDCA\u201d). DOJ is soliciting comments on this proposal.",
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            "summary": "The Department of Justice (DOJ) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to reschedule marijuana from Schedule I to Schedule III of the federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) in the Federal Register on May 21, 2024. If the rule is finalized, marijuana would be considered a drug with \u201cmoderate to low potential for physical and psychological dependence\u201d and would be available for medical use only, not legalized at the federal level.",
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            "summary": "The Department of Justice (\u201cDOJ\u201d) proposes to transfer marijuana from schedule \r\nI of the Controlled Substances Act (\u201cCSA\u201d) to schedule III of the CSA, consistent with the view \r\nof the Department of Health and Human Services (\u201cHHS\u201d) that marijuana has a currently \r\naccepted medical use as well as HHS\u2019s views about marijuana\u2019s abuse potential and level of \r\nphysical or psychological dependence.",
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            "summary": "The Drug Enforcement Administration\u2019s (DEA) decision to reschedule cannabis represents a historic and critically important shift in U.S. drug policy. By moving cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III of the federal Controlled Substances Act, the U.S. government is finally (and officially) recognizing the efficacy and safety of cannabis for medical use.\r\n\r\n\r\nThere are valid and important reasons why Schedule III is not the most appropriate classification for cannabis. It does not achieve imminently needed criminal justice reforms; state-regulated cannabis activities remain federally illegal; and some barriers to research and effective regulation remain. A strong case can be made that cannabis, like alcohol, should not be included in the drug schedules.",
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            "summary": "A GOP congresswoman says that while she supports the push to federally reschedule marijuana, she is warning a top Biden administration official to refrain from taking steps to more broadly decriminalize other drugs. At a hearing before the House Education and the Workforce Committee on Wednesday, Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R-OR) told U.S. Department of Health [\u2026]",
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            "headlineText": "ARCHIVE: United States Obtains $629 Million Settlement with British American Tobacco to Resolve Illegal Sales to North Korea, Charges Facilitators in Illicit Tobacco Trade",
            "sourceDate": "2023-04-25T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "British American Tobacco (BAT) and its subsidiary, BAT Marketing Singapore (BATMS), one of the world\u2019s largest manufacturers of tobacco products based in the United Kingdom, has agreed to pay combined penalties of more than $629 million to resolve bank fraud and sanctions violations charges with U.S. authorities, arising out of the companies\u2019 scheme to do business in North Korea through a third-party company in Singapore, in violation of the bank fraud statute and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA).",
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            "headlineText": "DOJ Seeks Input On 'Unique Economic Impacts' Of Marijuana Rescheduling For 'Multibillion Dollar Industry'",
            "sourceDate": "2024-05-20T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The Justice Department says it is interested in receiving public comments on the \u201cunique economic impacts\u201d of its marijuana rescheduling proposal given that state-level legalization has created a \u201cmultibillion dollar industry\u201d that stands to benefit from possible federal tax relief under the reform.\r\n\r\nIn its notice of proposed rulemaking that\u2019s set to be published in the Federal Register on Tuesday, DOJ said \u201cmarijuana is subject to a number of State laws that have allowed a multibillion dollar industry to develop,\u201d and the department \u201cacknowledges that there may be large impacts related to Federal taxes and research and development investment for the pharmaceutical industry, among other things.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Feds Begin Accepting Marijuana Rescheduling Comments, With Key Reform Groups Previewing How They Plan To Influence The Process",
            "sourceDate": "2024-05-21T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The Biden administration\u2019s proposed rule to federally reschedule marijuana has officially been posted, kicking off a public comment period that\u2019s expected to elicit a major response from supporters and opponents of cannabis reform alike.\r\n\r\nAbout a week after President Joe Biden and the Justice Department both confirmed that they are seeking to move cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), the rule was published in the Federal Register on Tuesday.",
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            "headlineText": "DEA Agrees To Reschedule Marijuana Under Federal Law In Historic Move Following Biden-Directed Health Agency's Recommendation",
            "sourceDate": "2024-04-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has made a historic decision\u2014agreeing with the top federal health agency and proposing to move marijuana from Schedule I to Schedule III under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), the Justice Department confirmed on Tuesday.",
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            "headlineText": "Former Obama Drug Czar Says Marijuana Is 'Not Medicine' And That 'Big Cannabis' Is Behind Federal Rescheduling Decision",
            "sourceDate": "2024-05-21T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "The former U.S. drug czar under President Barack Obama expressed skepticism of marijuana\u2019s medical value and the Biden administration\u2019s move to federally reschedule cannabis in a new interview, warning of ominous industry influence over politicians and the country\u2019s medical review process. \u201cIt\u2019s not medicine,\u201d said former Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy [\u2026]",
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            "subhead": "\u201cThis is all Big Cannabis,\u201d he added. \u201cThis isn\u2019t people my age that are just old hippies that want to open up a pot shop somewhere. This is a huge business like Big Tobacco. Absolutely.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Changes in self-reported cannabis use in the United States from 1979 to 2022 [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nLong-term trends in cannabis use in the United States parallel corresponding changes in cannabis policy, with declines during periods of greater restriction and growth during periods of policy liberalization. A growing share of cannabis consumers report daily or near daily use, and their numbers now exceed the number of daily and near daily drinkers.",
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            "headlineText": "Daily marijuana use outpaces daily drinking in the US, a new study says",
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            "summary": "Millions of people in the U.S. report using marijuana daily or nearly every day and those people now outnumber those who say they are daily or nearly-daily drinkers of alcohol., according to the study by Carnegie Mellon University.",
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            "headlineText": "20 Most Smoking Countries in Asia",
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            "summary": "Asia has a long history of smoking tobacco and has been an important market for the global tobacco industry for many decades now. It is the most populated continent in the world, has a high prevalence of male smokers, and a very low prevalence of female smokers who could possibly be induced into starting smoking. However, Asia\u2019s high smoking culture hasn\u2019t been without a cost. More than half of the world\u2019s smokers live in Asia, and according to a 2018 report by the WHO, one million people in only the Western Pacific Region die every year from cardiovascular disease caused by tobacco use. Surprisingly, Western Pacific is also the only WHO region where all countries have ratified the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, showing that there is still much work to be done.\r\n\r\nAd Loading\r\n00:00\r\n\r\n01:57\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nGlobal Tobacco Market: \r\nAs we mentioned in our article \u2013 25 Countries with the Most Cigarette Smokers per Capita \u2013 the global tobacco market is expected to reach $1.049 trillion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 2.5% from 2024 to 2030. The market is fuelled by a growing demand from developing nations, coupled with the rising proliferation of next-generation products (NGPs) across the globe. The high marketing expenditure and discounting of products undertaken by major tobacco companies is also adding to the growth of the industry.\r\n\r\n\r\nWhile tobacco consumption is leveling off and even decreasing in some countries, the number of people smoking is still increasing globally, and smokers are smoking more than before. An estimated 1.3 billion people worldwide use tobacco products, 80% of whom are in low- and middle-income countries.\r\n\r\nAsian Country with the Highest Tobacco Consumption: \r\nWith an overall annual consumption of over 2 million tons, China is not only the Largest Tobacco-Consuming Country in Asia, but also the Country with the Highest Tobacco Consumption in the world. According to the WHO, around one in every three cigarettes in the world is smoked in China and more than half of the country\u2019s adult men are current tobacco smokers. In fact, the state-owned China National Tobacco Corporation (CNTC) is the world\u2019s largest producer of cigarettes and enjoys a monopoly on tobacco growing, production, and sales, with an estimated 97% market share in the country. A small percentage of CNTC\u2019s products are also sold in the international market.\r\n\r\n\r\nWith over $1.35 billion in imports in 2022, China is also the Country that Imports the Most Tobacco in the World.\r\n\r\nCountry with the Lowest Smoking Rate in Asia: \r\nWith a tobacco-smoking prevalence of only 5.4% in 2022, Turkmenistan is the Country that Smokes the Least in Asia. The former Soviet republic ratified the framework convention on tobacco control in 2011, by which time it had already banned smoking in public places, state buildings, and the army. The health-obsessed country has also disallowed any form of tobacco advertising within its borders.\r\n\r\nRecent Development in the Asian Tobacco Industry:\r\nIt was announced in March that British American Tobacco p.l.c (NYSE:BTI), a leading multi-category consumer goods company that provides tobacco and nicotine products to millions of consumers around the world, has started a $2 billion buyback program after selling part of its stake in India\u2019s ITC Ltd. The sale brings British American Tobacco p.l.c (NYSE:BTI)\u2019s stake in the Indian tobacco giant down to 25.5% from the previous 29%. Net proceeds of the sale totaled approximately $1.95 billion and the Lucky Strike maker announced that it would purchase around $890 million of its shares in 2024 and the remaining $1.11 billion by the end of 2025.\r\n\r\nBoth, British American Tobacco p.l.c (NYSE:BTI) and ITC Limited are counted among the Top 20 Most Valuable Tobacco Companies in the World.\r\n\r\nWith that said, here are the Countries where Smoking is Most Popular in Asia.\r\n\r\n20 Most Smoking Countries in AsiaMeskPhotography\/Shutterstock.com\r\nMethodology: \r\nTo collect data for this article, we have referred to the Global Health Observatory of the WHO, looking for the Asian Countries that Smoke the Most Tobacco. The following countries have been ranked by their age-standardized estimates of tobacco smoking prevalence for both sexes in 2022. The countries that had the same prevalence of smoking tobacco in 2022 were ranked by their figures in 2021.\r\n\r\nBy the way, Insider Monkey is an investing website that tracks the movements of corporate insiders and hedge funds. By using a similar consensus approach, we identify the best stock picks of more than 900 hedge funds investing in US stocks. The top 10 consensus stock picks of hedge funds outperformed the S&P 500 Index by more than 140 percentage points over the last 10 years (see the details here). Whether you are a beginner investor or professional one looking for the best stocks to buy, you can benefit from the wisdom of hedge funds and corporate insiders.\r\n\r\n20. Nepal\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 16.4%\r\n\r\n\r\nSponsored By: Sprott\r\nUnearthing Opportunity: Uranium Miners and the Global Clean Energy Transition\r\nExplore the investment opportunity uranium miners may offer as we decarbonize electricity production. Read More\r\n\r\nSmoking has become a big problem in Nepal, and it is estimated that around 41 Nepalese die from tobacco-related diseases every day, which translates to 27,000 deaths per year. The use of smokeless tobacco is also very common in the South Asian country, and is more prevalent among males (33%) compared to females (5%).\r\n\r\n19. North Korea\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 16.5%\r\n\r\nThe tobacco industry plays a significant role in the North Korean economy, with around 2.3% of the country\u2019s total arable land dedicated to cultivating the cash crop. North Korea\u2019s counterfeit cigarette production capacity is estimated to exceed two billion packs a year and is a major source of income for the regime.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe country\u2019s leader, Kim Jong-un, is known to be a keen smoker himself and can often be seen enjoying a drag or two on state media.\r\n\r\n18. Bangladesh\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 17.6%\r\n\r\nSingle sticks, or cigarettes that are sold individually and not as part of a pack, are a significant factor contributing to the high smoking rate in Bangladesh. It is much cheaper to buy a single cigarette than a whole pack, making smoking more accessible to low-income consumers.\r\n\r\nWith over 47,000 hectares dedicated to tobacco production, Bangladesh is placed among the Top Tobacco Growing Countries in the World.\r\n\r\n\r\nSponsored By: Sprott\r\nUnearthing Opportunity: Uranium Miners and the Global Clean Energy Transition\r\nExplore the investment opportunity uranium miners may offer as we decarbonize electricity production. Read More\r\n\r\n17. Iraq\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 19.2%\r\n\r\nCigarette smoking is noted as the main type of tobacco use in Iraq, followed by shisha and pipe. Tobacco is both imported and exported from the country and Iraqis produce over 4 billion cigarettes every year. There is also a thriving black market for tobacco in the country.\r\n\r\n\r\nSponsored By: Sprott\r\nUnearthing Opportunity: Uranium Miners and the Global Clean Energy Transition\r\nExplore the investment opportunity uranium miners may offer as we decarbonize electricity production. Read More\r\n\r\n16. Thailand\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 19.2%\r\n\r\nTobacco cultivation is a major source of income for Thai farmers, with over 21,000 hectares dedicated to growing the cash crop. Most of this produce supplies the local market, monopolized by the Tobacco Authority of Thailand under government supervision for setting quotas and producing cigarettes.\r\n\r\n15. Japan\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 19.2%\r\n\r\n\r\nAlthough the smoking rate among Japanese men has plummeted heavily over the last two decades, from over 50% in 2001 to 25% in 2022, the country still has over 17 million people who smoke regularly. This firmly places the Land of the Rising Sun among the Countries that Smoke the Most in Asia.\r\n\r\n14. Myanmar\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 19.8%\r\n\r\nEven though most people in Myanmar get their tobacco fix by chewing it in betel leaves and smoking cheroots, the cigarette industry still plays an important role in the country. However, following a bloody and chaotic coup in the country, British American Tobacco announced in October 2021 that it would cease all operations in Myanmar and pull out of the military-ruled country by the end of the year.\r\n\r\n13. Kuwait\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 19.9%\r\n\r\n\r\nCigarettes, cigars, pipe, and shisha are the most common modalities of smoking tobacco in Kuwait. The country has the lowest prices of cigarettes among all Gulf countries.\r\n\r\n12. South Korea\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 20%\r\n\r\nThe smoking rate in South Korea has decreased rapidly over the last few years. A major factor contributing to this decrease is the South Korean government raising the price of cigarettes by 80% in 2015, citing the need for more efforts to reduce smoking and better promote public health.\r\n\r\n11. Malaysia\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 20.4%\r\n\r\nA large number of Malaysians now prefer e-cigarettes to traditional smoking, with the prevalence of EC use increasing from 0.8% in 2011 to 4.9% in 2019. There are more than 27,000 smoking-related deaths in Malaysia annually.\r\n\r\n10. Philippines\r\nPrevalence of Tobacco Smoking in 2022: 20.4%\r\n\r\nFirst introduced in the 1950s, tobacco is widely grown in various provinces in the Philippines, with the industry supporting over 2 million jobs nationwide. The country exported 53% of its total tobacco produced in 2022, while 47% was supplied to local tobacco manufacturers.\r\n\r\nThe most popular cigarette brand among Filipinos is Marlboro.\r\n\r\n9. 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            "summary": "In this Engle progeny lawsuit, the family of Dale Moyer alleges that defendant tobacco companies are responsible for illnesses he suffered after decades of smoking. The tobacco companies contend Moyer chose to continue smoking, despite being aware of the dangers.",
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            "headlineText": "Jos\u00e9 Bov\u00e9 against tobacco lobbies in an edifying film on the functioning of European institutions",
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            "summary": "this second feature film by Antoine Raimbault returns to the investigation carried out by the MEP and his assistants to unravel a case of lobbying by the tobacco giants, which has destabilized European institutions at the highest level. A matter of principlea film that can be devoured like a thriller, hits theaters on May 1st.\r\n\r\nOctober 16, 2012, the European Commission\u2019s health commissioner John Dalli is forced to resign for having participated in secret meetings, notably with a Swedish manufacturer of Snus, snuff, authorized only in this country. He is accused of having received a bribe to obstruct the vote on the tobacco directive.",
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            "subhead": "the nation\u2019s high court ruled in favor of three Maine residents who said smokers should be able to use state consumer protection laws to sue cigarette makers for promoting \u201clight\u201d and \u201clow tar\u201d brands.",
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            "summary": "An Ohio law prohibiting cities from banning the sale of flavored tobacco products is unconstitutional, a judge has ruled.\r\n\r\nThe state is expected to appeal the ruling issued Friday by Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark Serrott, who had issued a temporary restraining order in April that stopped the law from taking effect. The measure had become law in January, after the Republican Legislature overrode GOP Gov. Mike DeWine\u2019s veto of a budget measure that put regulatory powers in the hands of the state.",
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            "headlineText": "These are the states where it's still legal to smoke with kids in cars",
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            "headlineText": "Study finds particulate siloxane and cigarette smoke organic aerosol in a gym environment",
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            "summary": "They identified two special types of organic aerosols in the gym air:\r\n\r\nSiloxane OA (SiOA):  . . . \r\n\r\nCigarette smoke OA (CSOA): Traces of cigarette smoke were found in the air, and it was probably transported from outdoors, especially during ventilation.",
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            "subhead": "A recent study led by Prof. Yele Sun from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences investigated the air quality in a basement gym. The study was published in Environmental Science & Technology Letters.",
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            "headlineText": "CARUANA: As The WHO Pushes Europe Towards Prohibition, Experts Pull It Towards Tobacco Harm Reduction",
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            "summary": "Saladino\u2019s pseudoscientific rants were brought to my attention by a former student who now teaches science in Germany. He was asked by one of his students about a video in which Saladino claims that eating a serving of McDonald\u2019s fries is equivalent to smoking a pack of 25 cigarettes.  The stimulus for this video seems to be a paper that Saladino read but was unable to properly digest. It discussed similarities between the chemical content of french fries and tobacco smoke and noted that a serving of fries can contain some carcinogenic aldehydes in amounts comparable with that found in the smoke from 25 cigarettes. In no way did the authors suggest that the risks were comparable. Let\u2019s note right away that there is a big difference between inhaling or ingesting a substance. Inhalation leads to direct entry into the bloodstream, while the digestive tract contains numerous enzymes that metabolize food components. Next, tobacco smoke contains thousands of compounds, with 62 of these listed by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as carcinogenic to humans. The most significant carcinogens in tobacco smoke are not aldehydes, but N-nitrosamines, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic amines, 1,3-butadiene, benzene and ethylene oxide. While there is no question that carcinogenic aldehydes such as crotonaldehyde can form when fats are heated, the total number of carcinogens that invade a body from a pack of cigarettes are far, far greater than from a serving of french fries. Of course, the only way to compare the health impact of a daily serving of fries with smoking a pack a day would be to run a long-term study comparing two groups of subjects with the only difference between them being smoking or eating french fries. Clearly, this is impossible to do, but if it were carried out, I would wager that the smoker group would have a far higher incidence of cancer than the french fry group. Fearmongering has become an industry, and Saladino is a head honcho in this arena. The usual technique is to pick a scientific study that finds some risk and then exaggerate it without taking into account type and extent of exposure. Pesticides, fluoride, oxalates, gluten, lectins and vaccines have all been unrealistically portrayed as villains. This is not to say that there are no legitimate chemical risks. We live in a very complex world, with some 160 million known chemicals, both natural and synthetic. There certainly are issues with some of these. Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), bisphenol A and phthalates are present in just about everyone\u2019s bloodstream and may indeed be causing some serious mischief. One way or another, we are in contact with thousands of chemicals on a regular basis, and teasing out individual effects is not possible. While french fries may indeed contain some carcinogens, it does not automatically follow that eating them causes cancer. As a classic analogy, coffee contains carcinogens such as furfural, caffeic acid and styrene, but we know that coffee doesn\u2019t cause cancer. None of this is to say that I am willing to absolve french fries from all blame. Excessive consumption of fried foods is a problem, and not only because of the extra calories provided by the fat. When fats are heated, particularly polyunsaturated seed oils, they form a slew of potentially carcinogenic compounds. And then there is the issue of the \u201cMaillard reaction,\u201d named after Louis Camille Maillard, physician turned chemist, who in 1912 described the reaction between sugars and amino acids that produces a variety of \u201cmelanoidins\u201d responsible for the browning of toast, doughnuts and french fries. In fried potatoes, glucose and the amino acid asparagine undergo a Maillard reaction to yield acrylamide, classified by IARC as a \u201cprobable human carcinogen.\u201d Although associations cannot prove a cause-and-effect relationship, a study by the highly reputable Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle compared about 1,500 prostate cancer patients with the same number of controls and found that regular consumption, at least once a week, of fried chicken, fried fish, doughnuts or french fries increases the risk of developing the disease. While carcinogens in fried foods cannot be totally eliminated, they can be significantly reduced. The secret is to do your \u201cfrying\u201d in an \u201cair fryer.\u201d These devices have taken kitchens by storm, including mine. Basically, they are small convection ovens in which a current passing through an element heats air that is then circulated by a fan. The basket in which the food is placed has openings to ensure heating from all sides, so covering these with parchment paper or aluminum foil in pursuit of cleanliness is counterproductive. Although the temperature to which the air is heated, about 180-190 degrees C, is comparable with the temperature of frying oil, air is far less efficient at transferring heat to food. While deep frying takes only five or six minutes, air frying can take three times as long. However, since no oil is being used, there is no worry about its carcinogenic breakdown products. Furthermore, hot air penetrates the food less effectively than hot oil, so the inside of the food doesn\u2019t get as hot, which means significantly less acrylamide formation. As far as crispiness goes, that is determined by the moisture content at the food\u2019s surface. When food is placed in a deep fryer, the immediate bubbling seen is because of steam released from its surface. Hot air does not heat the surface quite as well, but still well enough to drive out moisture and produce crispiness. In the case of fries, this can be improved by first coating the potatoes with a thin layer of oil. If you really want to reduce oil-degradation products, the best choice is avocado oil because of its extremely high smoke point. I won\u2019t say that my \u201cair fries\u201d are comparable with the best double-fried restaurant version, but they are very acceptable. And healthier. 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            "summary": "In a big win for the health of Ohio\u2019s kids and communities, a Franklin County, Ohio, judge today sided with Columbus and other cities and declared unconstitutional a state law that would have stripped Ohio communities of their authority to enact measures aimed at reducing tobacco use. Judge Mark Serrott ruled that the state law violates the home rule provisions of the Ohio Constitution.",
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            "headlineText": "Zyn shortages leave some retailers out of stock, while online sellers ration supplies to prevent hoarding of the popular tobacco pouches",
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            "summary": "Dale Moyer, 83, died in 2013 of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, and parotid cancer. Moyer smoked Reynolds cigarettes throughout much of his life, and his daughter, Heather Irimi, claims the tobacco company is responsible for his death by concealing the dangers of cigarettes and hooking him to smoking.",
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