March 17, 2011 - The first study to analyze the complex ingredients in the new genre of dissolvable tobacco products has concluded that these pop-into-the-mouth replacements for cigarettes in places where smoking is banned have the potential to cause mouth diseases and other problems. The report appears in ACS’s Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
PAPER: Chemical Characterization of Dissolvable Tobacco Products Promoted To Reduce Harm, Christina L. Rainey, Paige A. Conder, and John V. Goodpaster email@example.com),Agric. Food Chem., 2011, 59 (6), pp 2745–2751, Publication Date (Web): February 18, 2011, ABSTRACT..
Reference: New 'dissolvable tobacco' products may increase risk of mouth diseaseContact: Michael Bernsteinm_bernstein@acs.org, eurekalert.org, 3/16/2011