Monthly Archives: May 2017

Delusional Denialists

WARNING! This article may contain traces of irony and sarcasm. If you are perceptionally or ideologically challenged this might be about you. I usually aspire in this blog to be scientifically objective. This article is an exception. It is my

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Titration Theories

The existence of self-titration of nicotine when smoking is pretty well established scientifically. It’s easy enough to get reliable figures by measuring the nicotine level in the blood. But often the established level differs from that measured when the smoker

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You Don’t Know Nicotine

A documentation in the making. About common misconceptions that have been around for so long that they are considered "common knowledge" even among scientists. But what are real scientific facts and what are just myths?

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Annual event in Warsaw. Where scientists, policymakers, and consumers meet other people interested in the topic.

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