Monthly Archives: April 2016

In the News April 29th

Fridays News at a glance: Royal College of Physicians Endorse Vaping – Nicotine without smoke: new RCP report on e-cigarettes and tobacco harm reduction – A Billion Lies – Meanwhile in Brussels – “Vaping is a consumer led market solution to a health problem” – La Vape du Coeur – Growing the research evidence on e-cigarettes – Vaping in Ireland: Gillian Golden on RTE – Irish Cancer Society ‘cannot recommend’ E-Cigs – E-cig switch benefits smokers – Mixed reaction to e-cigarette study – The United States Vapers’ Survey – Suit challenges federal ban on e-cigarettes on flights – These top scientists want the FDA to have an open mind about e-cigs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 29 April 2016

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In the News April 28th

“Can we just take a moment? The RCP report is in 140 articles. One hundred and forty. How far did this go?”

Thursdays News at a glance: Nicotine without smoke: Tobacco harm reduction – ‘Promote e-cigarettes widely as substitute for smoking’ – One in the eye for Simon Chapman – V.I.P Statement – Nicotine without smoke—putting electronic cigarettes in context – Game Changer: World Leading Medical Group Backs E-Cigarettes -Royal College of Physicians strongly endorses e-cigarettes as smoking substitutes – A trial comparing electronic cigarettes with NRT – Throwback Thursday – NHS Lanarkshire to consider allowing e-cigarettes on hospital grounds – E-cigarettes and smoking cessation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 28 April 2016

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In the News April 27th

Wednesdays News at a glance: My name is Bernice Evans and I am an ex-smoker… – Is the Ecig really a danger for public health – Vaping Vindicated – MHRA TPD Update Email – In the Poisonous Vaping Debate, Are Anti-Smoking Groups the New Big Tobacco? – Recreational alternative to smoking? – Conflict or Confluence of Interest? – Severe Bias in E-Cigarette Research – FDA ‘should be open-minded about regulation’ – E-Cigarettes May Actually Help People Quit Smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 27 April 2016

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In the News April 26th

Tuesdays News at a glance: Public health should step aside. Vapers are now leading the fight against smoking – What’s “normal”? – Let’s Talk About Bans – The WHO’s Dictatorship World Tour -Vote anyone except Labour! – Vaping & the R.I.C.O. Act – CDC Study On E-Cigarettes And Teens Suffers From ‘Fatal Flaw,’ Says Expert – HUGE list of independent vapor studies – Are cigarette companies spreading mistruths – As FDA preps e-cigs rules, scientists and Congress rally to support vaping – E-Cigarettes may help you kick the butt – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 26 April 2016

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In the News April 25th

Mondays News at a glance: E-cigarette impact assessment exposes useless and illegal policy – Chapman: Accidental Or Deliberate Stupidity? – Public health and vaping – Silence isn’t support – Winning your right to live – FREE STUFF! NNA style – Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation – Welsh Election 2016 Campaign Diary – Nottinghamshire, Beacon of Fear – TPD Countdown – WHO-EU-UK stitch up for smokers/vapers – Studies of e-cigs suggest more benefit than harm – Former FDA Commissioner Charged – Tobacco Control Experts Ask FDA to Focus On the Good – Big Tobacco’s Big Gamble on the Future – What’s Really Killing India’s Smokers – Aerosol Concentration Variations – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 25 April 2016

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In the News April 22nd

Fridays News at a glance: The Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 – Detailed TPD implementation plan – MHRA TPD Update Email – Why Nicotine Replacement Therapies Are a Threat to Public Health – FDA’s Zeller: Let’s Reframe Debate to Focus on Nicotine – JTI launches electronic cigarette tank – Fontem Ventures investigates indoor ecig vapor properties – Could new EU legislation spell the end for vaping? – Cigarette smoke but not electronic cigarette aerosol activates a stress response – Vaping Products Not Deemed Tobacco Products – Voke Inhaler, poison or drug? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 22 April 2016

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In the News April 21st

Thursdays News at a glance: The tobacco control high command has lost its way – A tale of two epidemics: – More Fun With Public Health And E-cigs – Indoor Vaping ‘Unlikely’ To Pose A Health Risk – Pro-vaping Assembly candidates have raised £4,000 – Smoking still banned – but you can freely puff on e-cigs on Vale Hospital grounds – NHS Fife says e-cigarette ban in hospital grounds will remain in place – The New Zealand Initiative – Health district clears the air on proposed vaping rules – Vape and vapour products debut in international standardization – Wasserman Schultz Slammed For Opposition To E-Cigarettes – Canberra: hiding something on e-cigs? – Federal Court forces drug regulator to consider nicotine inhaler case – West Virginia Cigarette Tax Hike Bill Goes Up in Smoke – Heartland Institute Vaping Experts React – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 21 April 2016

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In the News April 20th

Wednesdays News at a glance: The Fix Is In For E-Cigs In Oz – Smoking licences rear their ugly head again – Notts County Council to ban smoking and vaping – Key health websites blindfold consumers on tobacco product risks – Is is safe to cut a nicotine patch in half? – House Committee Votes To Save E-cigarettes – E-cigs, vaporizers, smokeless tobacco products may gain grandfather exemption from FDA rules – Anti-smoking doctor calls for vaping to help hopeful quitters – Exhaled e-cigarette vapour particles disappear within seconds – Scientists put forward ecigs as a harm reduction perspective – Don’t regulate e-cigs as tobacco products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 20 April 2016

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In the News April 19th

Tuesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes allowed on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde sites – Vapers Win Big: House Committee Passes Amendment To Save E-Cigarettes – Shaman’s Revenge? – The Ecig officially recognized in smoking risk reduction – Medical Group With Financial Ties To Big Pharma Accused Of Lying – 28 Proven Health Benefits of Nicotine – Vaping, leaving Public Health behind? – Study finds nicotine safe – Sedgwick County employees can now use e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 19 April 2016

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In the News April 18th

Mondays News at a glance: The CDC and Cohorts bend the truth. Again – Minimum Effort, Maximum Impact – Labour MP Slams Anti-Ecig Whingers – Fat Budgets And Fake Friends – Scottish council wants to ban smoking (and vaping) – American Thoracic Society Lies to Public – Congressional action on electronic cigarette regulations may save vapers – Punjab retailer sentenced for selling vaping products – Electronic cigarettes: the medicine of tomorrow? – Child vapers: A study of parental and carer views – Vaping on the Rise in China – Will regulation ruin a free market? – Can we wait for e-cigarette trials? – What is the Turnbull Government’s e-cig policy review hiding? – Carbonyls – friend or foe? – Take action to change the predicate date – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 18 April 2016

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