Monthly Archives: April 2018

Vapers Digest April 23rd

Monday’s News at a glance: UK vape scene hit by HnB row – No short-fill shortfall – Philip Morris Feels The Heat And Burn – Clinical Trial Evidence – Hubris before a fall – E-cigarette firm cashes in on vaping – MPs Sitting For The Final Time – Europe’s anti-smoking obsession – We Must Save the Industry that Saved Us – eCigarettes are safer than smoking tobacco – School Takes Alarming Step – Comparative tumor promotion assessment – PH vapers hail US FDA – FDA Publishes Revised Ingredient Listing – How much does the FDA really do – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 20th

Friday’s News at a glance: Sticks & Stones – Government’s policy on e-cigarettes – Do Increased Cigarette Prices Encourage Smokers to Quit? – Philip Morris loses 16% in value – FDA Is Targeting E-Cigarette Retailers – Why Did an NPR Show Lie – JUUL Popularity Drives 6% Decline – JUUL Threatened by Powerful Groups in Washington – How Low Will They Go? – Science Backs the FDA Down – Rendez-vous with Marewa Glover – Plain Packs Legislation Delay – Cigarettes out, vaping in  – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 18th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Heat Not Burn Products – The New Nicotine Alliance Steps Into The Debate – Unpopular Opinion – An uncivil war -Wikipedia – encyclopaedic or idiotic?  – Towards a Smokefree England – Crusade Against Vaping And Juuling Continues – Pressure Group’s Addiction Problem – Study Of Vapers May Change Policy – Crackdown on e-cigarettes coming – ECigarettes are less harmful than tobacco – Youth e-cig ban nears Alaska House vote – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 16th

Monday’s News at a glance: NZ professor warns quit services to become vape-friendly – Snus won’t rot your teeth, but watch out for truth decay -Illegal Cigarettes in Wales – Wrigley Beats Vape Co – Vaping’s potential to benefit public health  – 2.6M power units being recalled – Clean Air Bylaw to include vaping – E-cigarettes could be banned in Romania – Vaping In The News – April 14th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 13th

Friday’s News at a glance: Ban on smoking substitute snus can be upheld – Snus Ban: Let’s Leave The EU, Sort It Out Later – Advocate General endorses continued prohibition – A new frontier for nicotine – Smoking Cessation Receives Boost in Parliament – Tobacco Controllers Again Silent – Another UC San Francisco Gateway Claim – Panic Over JUUL And Teen Vaping May Have Deadly Results – CASAA Announces 2018 Board Election Results – NSW joins other Australian states – Why WA must legalise vaping now – Consumers welcome Rajasthan govt’s decision – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 11th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Global Forum On Nicotine ~ Truth-telling, trust and e-cigarettes ~ Doctors Have An Ethical Obligation ~ Anti-Smoking Groups Need to Embrace E-cigs ~ Rendez-vous with Louise Ross ~ Is Teen Vaping Really An Epidemic? ~ Two

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Vapers Digest April 9th

Monday’s News at a glance: The US media is losing its mind over vaping and Juul – America’s JUUL panic reaches new peak – Harry’s blog 56: A marathon not a sprint – Researchers Call For Retraction – Stanton Glantz Accused Again – Formaldehyde And Seek The Truth – Indian State of Rajasthan Considering an E-Cig Ban – Electronic cigarettes in physician practice – Anti-Vaping Op-Ed Is A Portrait – Regulatory confusion regarding e-cigarettes – Law Review Calls Out FDA – Stop smoking services called upon – Vaping products help smokers quit – Vaping In The News April 7th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 6th

Friday’s News at a glance: Ten perverse intellectual contortions: – More Junk Science From Glantz – Splinter Cells – Failure To Quit Smoking Causes Vaping – UC San Francisco Authors – Labour MP Speaks About VApril – Nurses Given Quit-with-Vape Tips – Doctors urged to recommend e-cigs  – Opposition to e-cigs is running out of puff – Health Organizations Criticized – Why E-Cigs Should Be Legalized – Vape Bill for Kiwis – Govt to study ill-effects of e-cigarettes – Vaping Banned in Redmond’s Parks – Elmhurst City Council – Rhode Island Sets The Stage – U.S. Vaping Industry Roiled by Setbacks – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 4th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: For Smokers Trying to Quit, Information Could Be Key ~ U.S.A. Only Survey ~ Vapers Help Needed on Flavour Survey ~ Retract the UC San Francisco E-Cigarette “Gateway” Study ~ Next Steps After the ANPRM by

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