Monthly Archives: October 2016

In the News October 17th

Mondays News at a glance: Precisely what risks? – To #Vape or not to Vape? That is the question – Expert suggests offering free e-cigs – Trading Standards jump the gun – A Policy Experiment is Worth a Million Lives – To Protect Porn Stars But Not Smokers? – Clinical trials for e-cigarettes – WHO’s Director-General candidates: – Vaping gone up in smoke? – Snus use, smoking and survival – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 17 October 2016

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In the News October 14th

Fridays News at a glance: Louise Ross: E-cigarette samples – a legitimate way of helping people to switch? – The Times newspaper has gone over the line defaming scientists – INNCO formed to protect vaping rights – Vaping saves lives. It’d be madness to ban it – WHO’s Opposition to Tobacco Harm Reduction – The Government must act now on “flawed” TPD – Smoke and substance: the vaping revolution – Uncertainty Over Safety Of Electronic Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 14 October 2016

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In the News October 13th

Thursdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes and the Nudge Unit – Price of cigarettes rises for fifth year – Switching to lower nicotine strength – Intelligent Regulation of Smokeless Tobacco: Currently an Oxymoron – Update on Ministry of Health Guidance – The Government’s Misguided War on E-Cigarettes – Anti-smoking drive: Task force seizes e-cigarettes, liquid refills in Jalandhar – The Aftermath of The FDA Vaping Regulations – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 13 October 2016

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In the News October 12th

Wednesdays News at a glance: We’re Staying Alive, You …. Maybe Not So Much – Aberdeenshire’s gone doolally – Reply to ASH Scotland, with a note for all the others – The smear factor – Harm reduction: is Nanny losing the initiative? – When it comes to e-cigs, harm reduction must be the order of the day – Quitters want nicotine e-cigs – New scientific test delivers greater insight – Information for health care workers – The Right To Vape Tour – Card payments difficult for online sellers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 12 October 2016

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In the News October 11th

Tuesdays News at a glance: TPD poses tricky problems in Netherlands – What do scientists think about vaping? – First build your echo chamber – Vaping a Vote-Winner – FDA Poised to Issue Rule that Will Be Devastating for Public Health – The FDA Is “Blowing”

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In the News October 10th

Mondays News at a glance: The World Hitler Organisation – There’s a new kid on the block – Hello INNCO – Time to break the status quo – Unshackle an army of citizen advocates – The WHO Plumbs New Depths – Public Health England Speak Out – Libertarian party in support of vaping – Well, hello World! – Ten messages on e-cigarettes – Don’t make e-cigarettes too expensive – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 10 October 2016

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In the News October 7th

Fridays News at a glance: A good week for pro-vaping science – E-cigarettes: Organized crime is exploding – Some public sessions at COP7 – Vaping bill sponsor admits ‘it did’ put people out of business – Where has all the nicotine gone? – Role of sweet and other flavours – E-cigs and Joe Camel – Prop. 56 Kills – Latest tobacco tax attempt – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 7 October 2016

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In the News October 6th

Thursdays News at a glance: More Limp Vaping Support From ASH & PHE – Whispers in the Dark – Rethinking Nicotine: – Could E-cigarettes help Stop Smoking Services beat addiction? – New bill in Hungary to regulate e-cig market – E-cigarette vapor non-toxic to human cells – 42% US smokers quit with Ecigs – City Council may approve vaping in public places – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 6 October 2016

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In the News October 5th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Less people using NHS smoking cessation services – Ecigs more popular than NRT – Hungary to introduce fees for e-cigarettes – Croatia ready to pass public use ban – Long-term e-cigarette use and smoking cessation – Anti-muslim fanatic and tobacco control fanatic – Smoker numbers reach lowest level – The Real Reason Why E-Cigarettes Can’t Help More American Smokers – E-cigarettes could save lives. Let’s make it easier to buy them – Heartland Daily Podcast – Jeff Stier – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 5 October 2016

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In the News October 4th

Tuesdays News at a glance: Council wants staff to report colleagues who smoke or use an e-cigarette on site – More Crookedness – Countries Will Go To Great Lengths to Protect Their Tobacco Revenues – Home Smoking Bans: The Next Confidence

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