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Vapers Digest 3rd March

Friday’s News at a glance: Divine Intervention: A Deal With The Devil – Blowing smoke: Nanny’s crusade against vaping – Helping Smokers Quit – The Genocidal Programme of Tobacco Control – Why Should We Let Tobacco Control and Politicians Depress Us? – Tax us more – Healthcare Worker Hears Truth About Federal Vaping Regs – Vaping Side Effects – Ottawa could muzzle access – RP votes to regulate vaping – Bill Godshall Update – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 3 March 2017

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Vapers Digest 16th Feb

Thursday’s News at a glance: Hold the Mayo – Defining smokers and vapers – Welcome NNA Sweden – Australian medicines regulator intends to continue to protect the cigarette trade – Momentum building to legalise nicotine for vaping in Australia – Study Confirms Health Advantages of Vaping – Majority of E Cigarette Users Are Over 40 – e-Cigarette Use in College Linked to Depression – Kansas Still Wrangling Over How To Tax E-Cigs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday,16 February 2017

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In the News November 9th

Wednesdays News at a glance: A Well-Deserved Award And Meeting Biebert – Meeting Asian Vapers – Marijuana is being legalised, now legalise vaping – Is the worm turning? – A Challenge for Vaping – ‘May’, ‘Might’, ‘Related’, ‘Suggest’, ‘Imply’ – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – Is Bristol Mayor relaxing ban on vaping at work? – A third of councils forcing vapers to use smoking shelters – E-cigarette use in public places – Ex “Winston Man” exposes corrupt science – Vaping Is a Gateway to Quitting – ECIV briefing on the WHO report on vaping – 70% of Filipinos favor vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 9 November 2016

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Women of The Year Awards 2015

2015 has seen much change in the THR world,especially since the landmark Public Health England report. The women we shall include in this years award have contributed enormously to the introduction of an evidence based pragmatic approach,largely but not solely confined to the UK.

We feel it appropriate that we update our 2014 version to include some additional names. There is no particular order or rank in this list of names (all have contributed equally).

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In the News 21st September

Mondays News at a glance: Simple Is As Simple Does – E-cigarettes and the EU: a user’s guide – Tobacco Products Directive – what next and what can be done? – Pork chop at a bar mitzvah – reflections on GTNF 2015 – British Study Examines Cost-Benefit Ratio of Electronic Cigarettes – Drakeford’s “evidence” in relation to the Public Health (Wales) Bill – The week at PHE: online highlights – Without Integrity. Tobacco Harm Reduction In The U.S.A – E-cig policy needs implementation -E-cigarettes: an emerging public health consensus – Vaping’s benefits being hyped by smoking lobby, academics claim – Electronic Cigarette debate has field experts divided – Doctors, industry insiders locked in vape debate over youth use – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 15th September

Tuesdays News at a glance: To vape or not to vape? – Evidence about electronic cigarettes – Forbes Calls Out the CDC for Double Standards and Hypocrisy in Ecig Policies – California lawsuit alleges cancer risk in Vuse electronic cigarette – Smoking should be personal choice, not campus policy – The Future of Vaping – Chinese E-cigarette Makers Shift to Domestic Markets – California lawmakers fail to act on several anti-tobacco bills – State Tobacco Research Board Working to Reduce Disease in Crops – Estimating community tobacco use by analysing waste water – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 8th September

Tuesdays News at a glance: Do Something – New study proves there is no second-hand vaping: e-cigarette aerosol contains less volatile compounds than normal exhaled breath – MSPs warned against ‘demonisation’ of e-cigarettes – Portugal adds public vaping ban to new TPD law – Electronic cigarettes: the key to reducing smoking? -Does New JAMA Pediatrics Study Show that E-Cigarettes are a Gateway to Youth Smoking? – Expert reaction to new study on e-cigarette use in US adolescents – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 20th August

Thursdays News at a glance: A Bad Day For Anti-Smoking Bigots – Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum, I Despise the Englishman – MY future with vaping – E-cigarettes on the NHS? Not so fast – E-cigarette Manufacturing: The EU Standard – Officials call for faster medicinal licensing of ecigarettes – In Wales, E-cigs are treated like sticks of poison. – E-cigarette restrictions in Wales ‘not backed by evidence’ – Don’t turn e-cigarettes into another tool of the state health nannies – Enjoy vaping while you still can, warns Public Health – Vaping: does it have the potential to renormalise smoking? – E-cigs are positive for public health, says UK government body – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 19th August

Wednesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes: an evidence update – Public Health England says truthful realistic things about e-cigarettes – Statement: E-cigarettes could be prescribed on the NHS – E-cigarettes ‘95% less harmful than tobacco’ – If you can afford to smoke then you can afford to vape – New PHE review, divisive media reports – JAMA paper finds some adolescents experiment with stuff – so what? – Anti-vaping campaigners are a threat to public health – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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News 19th Dec 2014

Todays internet round up. All the News – One Website New Study Refutes Claim that Electronic Cigarettes are a Gateway to Smoking Michael Siegel debunks latest study: A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine refutes the

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