Year: 2016

In the News December 9th

Fridays News at a glance: Hertfordshire e-cigarettes policy aims to help smokers quit – The Great British vape off – MPs study the public health benefits of vaping – But where is the evidence of harm? – Linda Bauld-BBC Radio 5 Live – Tobacco Industry Unveils New Ad Campaign: – Tell Trump to Fire U.S. Surgeon General – Are E-Cigs the Market Solution that Can Save a Billion Lives? – Surgeon General warns but Britain disagrees – Big Tobacco Is Giving Away Money – Belgian health authorities are going the wrong way – Gilla Partners With Vapor Shark – Vaping robots measure e-cig vapor – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 9 December 2016

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In the News December 8th

Thursdays News at a glance: NNA at the APPG on E-Cigarettes – Vaping at the Crossroads – Please allow me to introduce myself – Undermining Tobacco Control – US Surgeon General: World’s Most Dangerous Man? – Bad science, poor insights and likely to do harm – Surgeon General’s Report on E-Cigarettes is Scientifically Dishonest – Lies, damn lies, and statistics -E-cigarettes help smokers quit, so why crack down on them? – Smoking, alcohol sales restricted – Can China’s Smoking Ban Stick? – Snuff Out Deadly Tobacco Rules – E Liquid Market Analysis – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 8 December 2016

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“E-Cigarettes and Young People”

Dr Christopher Russell: Of the many issues addressed by the U.S. Surgeon General in his report on “E-Cigarettes and Young People”, published today, I find the following paragraph characterises an attitude that is, for whatever reason, negligent of the work conducted by so many scientists in the UK, Europe and the United States on the potential for e-cigarettes to reduce substantially more harm than they cause.

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In The News December 7th

News at a glance: A New Leader – Trudeau’s Illiberal War On Vape – Ecigarette-Politics, Bill Godshall Update – A Relentless Work for the F.D.A. with PMI’s iQOS Application – Reasons To Switch To Ecigs – Philip Morris submits 2

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In the News December 6th

  Tuesdays News at a glance: Tom Price nominated US Health Secretary – Does the Public Housing smoking ban apply to vaping? – News designed for panic – New Leader (Update!) – E-cigarettes effectively deliver nicotine – Bad science, accountability

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In the News December 5th

Mondays News at a glance: How Dare Members Of The Public Respond To A Public Consultation! – Judge rejects anti-vaping claims – Worrying evidence – The silly science – Anger And Disappointment At A Billion Lives – Tobacco control turn their long knives -Dr Farsalinos makes a review of the year – São Paulo Smoking Ban – Re-thinking nicotine and its effects – E-cigarettes prevent nicotine addiction – Vaping makes the front page – Big league healthcare savings – Trans-Tasman Report – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 5 December 2016

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In the News December 2nd

Fridays News at a glance: EU Tax policy – harmful to health – Nic-free? No such thing – An unhealthy interest in e-cigs? – American Society of Plastic Surgeons – Plastic surgeons concerned about nicotine – Americans believe lies about vaping – Fighting for the right to vape – Smoking in Pregnancy – Medicalisation, smoking and e-cigs -Politicians Are Feeling the Burn – A Historical Timeline of Electronic Cigarettes – Teach Cigarette Users How to Vape – E-Cigarette Regulation in China – Top 16 Junk Science Stories Of 2016 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 2nd December 2016

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In the News December 1st

Thursdays News at a glance: To tax or not to tax? – Snus, E-Cigs, Now iQos – ASH Hate Them All – Big T Wins Ecig Court Case – Could Synthetic Nicotine Save Vaping? – Electronic Cigarettes clinical trial in Glasgow – ‘Moments’ on Twitter – Smoking and Vaping Behaviors and Preferences – Organisations urged to allow vaping break – Australia Requested to Consider Permitting E Liquids and E Cigs – Free market leads the way – Vaping organization in NZ registered as a charity – Abstract Submissions – Can vaping help smokers reduce blood pressure? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 1 December 2016

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In the News November 30th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Johnson Asks Obama Administration To Cease Implementing Regulations – Senator Johnson Calls on FDA to Halt Implementation of E-Cigarette Deeming Regulations Pending the New Administration – Philip Morris could stop making conventional cigarettes – Trusting Souls

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Reflections: E-Cigarette Summit ’16

The second in our two-part series carrying on from : Eyewitness: E-Cigarette Summit ’16 Gillian Eva Golden’s perceptive and very readable account of her day at the Summit. To start on a personal note, being a vaper and living in

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