Monthly Archives: February 2016

In the News February 29th

Mondays News at a glance: E-cigarette Batteries: Vaping for journalists, Part 1 – Censorious anti-smoking fanatics – Nick O Teen and Al K Hol… Just Stop It… Could Tobacco Control Extremism Help Us Get Out Of The EU?- A chance discarded… – Much public health campaigning is about snobbery not concern for people’s wellbeing – VapourTrails TV – LAST CHANCE for action to stop the Welsh Labour MADNESS! – Hong Kong biology professor – The Problem of Undisclosed Conflicts of Interest in Tobacco Control – A give-and-take on censoring ecig research – The FDA Now Officially Belongs to Big Pharma – What You Don’t Know About Formaldehyde Will Leave You Floored – Navigating conflicts of interest – Tobacco Industry Funded E-Cigarette Research – Tobacco Control Consensus on E-Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 29 February 2016

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In the News February 26th

Fridays News at a glance: 18 years to kick a habit – Battery Safety – I vape, therefore I am: How vaping evolved from a smoking-cessation aid into a lifestyle – Don’t Abandon Hope, Vapers! There’s Light in the Darkness – Utah’s E-Cigarette Tax ‘Boggles The Mind’ And Could Prevent Smokers Quitting – Senate vote puts Califf among e-cig world’s most powerful – Summary of the Public Health (Wales) Bill – Effective global tobacco control: Time to engage health professionals, listen to smokers, and support harm reduction – Vaping & E-Cigarettes Stir Opposition to WV Tobacco Tax – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 26 February 2016

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In the News February 25th

Thursdays News at a glance: Blending evidence and empathy – a new guide to e-cigarettes – More Li-ion Cell Short Stories – New briefing for UK practitioners, how long should their Irish colleagues wait? – Dissecting the Oral Oncology Cell Study – Shining a light through the smokescreen – Another smoking ban miracle – Terry Barnes – Don’t over-regulate e-cigarettes – UK vapers advised to vote for EU exit – Map of Pending Tax Threats to Vapor Products in the States – The Diacetyl Debate: Panic, Controversy and the Need for Transparency – Vaping Emits Less Formaldehyde than Previously Thought – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 25 February 2016

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In the News February 24th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Vendors, explosions and the TPD – Slaughtering Sacred Cows – Electronic cigarettes: A briefing for stop smoking services – The e- cigarette recognized by the High Council of Public Health – Fontem Ventures in the race of Ecig emission analysis – Bordering on libel, Finland ASH chairman pitches in on ecigs – Imaginary Hobgoblins From E-Cigarette Liquid Lab Tests – South Australian recommendations on ‪Vaping‬ – Robert Califf confirmed as new FDA commissioner – Someone is tracking how much you ‘vape’ on Twitter – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 24 February 2016

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In the News February 23rd

Tuesdays News at a glance: The ‘Success’ That Dare Not Speak Its Name – Prominent Aussie Tobacco Control Researcher Admits Plain Packaging Is A Failure – It’s Time to Quit…. The EU – Why E-Cigarette Users Support Brexit – Warning that e-cigarette firms could face ruin – SRNT believes research should be replicated – Decoding Quebec’s Anti-Vaping Law – Chilling Effects (Part 2) – Fontem Ventures develops real-time method for measuring volatile organic compounds – The Diacetyl Debate: What Top Researchers Have To Say -Headlines about e-cigarettes – Vaping and the Changing Electorate in 2016 – Effect of variable power levels – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 23 February 2016

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In the News February 22nd

Mondays News at a glance: “Deciding Who Lives And Dies” – Thoughts and Ramblings – Totally Wicked case: Advocate General’s flawed reasoning would protect the cigarette trade – Harm Reduction – Flavour and Tax Problems for US Vapers – What was unethical about snoopers measuring particulates at a vape convention? – New York Court Rules that Vaping Is Not Smoking – To each smoker fits a vaporizer – E-cigarettes for smoking reduction, blood pressure and more – Say ‘No More’: The War On Smoking Is A Failure – ‘Good news’ for vapers – Vaping industry shares Utahns’ goals for reducing youth tobacco use – VapourTrails TV – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 22 February 2016

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In the News February 19th

Fridays News at a glance: Disingenuous sensationalist shitsheet bastards – Stop With The Bullying, George – A Civilised Event – The Unexplained Dangers of Vaping – Are e-cigarettes safe? – Is my e-cig going to explode in my face? – Ecigs help British smokers quit – Jocelyn Davies Interview – Vapers’ vote may influence Presidential election – Serious ethical concerns about public health research conduct – Petition Demanding Facebook Remove Vaping From Tobacco Category Breaches 10,000 – Residents in South Derbyshire needing health support will be asked to stop smoking in their own home – Vaping isn’t smoking- Effect of continuous smoking reduction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 19 February 2016

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In the News February 18th

Thursdays News at a glance: Oh, America – Smoking and vaping in Britain? Show me the data! – Hazel Cheeseman and Peter Hajek – David Sweanor – profile page – The Pleasure Principle – Statistics or Perception? – The ‘dual’ in The Crown – Vapour Trails TV – Public health program evaluation: we found X, so should do more of what we are doing – Stop already with the ludicrous witch hunt over vaping – Proper appraisal – Anti-vaping arguments help Swedish vapers win a battle – Complimentary Webinar: Regulation of E-Vapor Products Under the New Tobacco Products Directive in European Union – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 18 February 2016

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In the News February 17th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Shifting sands – McKee And More On That 95% Conspiracy Theory – Did Glantz & ANTZ help to destroy ecig ban? – Swedish court overturns ban on e-cigarettes – Women are threatened by the European ecig regulation – Scientist Tells AAAS Convention that Electronic Cigarettes are Just as Dangerous as Real Ones – Could FDA e-cigarette regulations help more people quit smoking? – Do as I do: U.S. politician blows clouds of vapour in Congress – There Is Only One Reason Vapes, Hoverboards and Drones All Keep Exploding – Legal changes to the advertising of electronic cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 17 February 2016

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In the News February 16th

Tuesdays News at a glance: The Pope, Anti-Vaxxers, And Tobacco Control – The art of ignoring evidence – Public health snoopers detect vapour aerosol at vape conference and fake a particulates scare – Analysing Air Quality….at a Vape Convention – Ecig Benefits for Surgery Patients – Through with Chew Week: Don’t Be Fooled – Nicotine is not addictive – How a softly-softly approach could make Big Tobacco turn over a new leaf – E-Cigarettes Could Be Behind Sharp Rise Of Successful Attempts To Quit Smoking – In the debate about vaping, asking the wrong “right questions” – That’s Chutzpah – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 16 February 2016

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