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Vapers Digest September 21st

Friday’s News at a glance:- Popcorn Time: Australia Is Wobbling On E-Cigs – Why are we giving the WHO so much cash? – Studying Flavours – The Real Cost? $60 Million and More Dead Smokers – “Epidemic?” A Perspective of Youth Vaping & Tobacco Use Trends – Something Stinks in Gottlieb’s Toilet Campaign – One person quits smoking every 80 seconds in England – ‘Don’t go cold turkey’ to quit smoking – Vaping is Tobacco Control – GTNF18 – Tamil Nadu’s Criminal Vapers – Chicago could double taxes on vape-ware – Palatine Approves Ban On E-Cigarettes – E-Cig ban submitted to Romanian Senate – E-Cig ban flies in the face of evidence – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 5th

Wednesday’s News at a glance:- Is Barnsley The Doziest Council In The Country? – The EU throws vapers under the bus again – That Mask Keeps Slipping – Letter to WHO’s DG against prohibition – Wales Ignores Harm Reduction For Pregnancies – Advice for GPs – Why Doesn’t India Ban Cigarettes – Will the UAE Reverse Its Vape Ban? – JUUL Will Sell Low-Nic Version in Israel – EU Scientific Advisory Mechanism – Illegal ‘mega-raffle’ run by vaping shops shut down – FDAs Orwellian Editing of Nicotine and Flavoring History – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 2nd

Monday’s News at a glance:
Axe the tax and other news – Anti-vaping lawmakers keep pushing – Flawed Flavour Fatalists – Massachusetts Vapers Fight Off a Flavor Ban – Tobacco Control Desperately Fears Dialogue – Vaping And Harm Reduction: – Vaping Can Help Smokers Quit – Vapers ‘punished’ for ditching cigs – Is vaping a new risk for landlords? – Survey of Juul Customers – Nicotine seen as part of the solution – Vaping In The News June 30th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest June 18th

Monday’s News at a glance: Another successful GFN and ACS makes some movement, but bad news in Asia – Turkey Vape Vendor Wants Xmas – Views on and experiences of electronic cigarettes: – FDA Doesn’t Understand Black Markets – Why Smokers need to be heard – The ACS Excludes Smokeless Tobacco – Aussies want vapes, e-cigs legalised – Shaming the forelock-tuggers over e-cigarettes – Health Canada to enlist social media influencers – Experts back e-cigarettes – We did not bow to e-cigarette makers – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest May 25th

Friday’s News at a glance: E-cigarettes to be re-classified as tobacco? – Public consultation on excise duties – Kentucky Adopts a Rational Tobacco Tax Plan – Are Health Officials Strangling the Lesser of Two Evils – A Suicide Product for Vape Shops? – Will San Francisco Voters Ban Flavored Vapes? – Anti-THR Lies – Poor Vaping Efficacy Study – More Formaldehyde Nonsense – No To Proposition E – Should we follow other countries and legalise e-cigarettes? – Do Anti-Smoking Campaigns Work? – Changing Those UK Pub Vape Bans – 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 March 30th

Friday’s News at a glance: Rethink attitudes – U.S. Health Groups File Suit To Expedite More Smoking – Stop smoking interventions and services – Doctor Christian is no VApril fool – FDA Continues to Slow-Walk Safer Cigarette Substitutes – My IQOS Experience – Californian Catastrophe – Anti-Tobacco Groups Sue FDA – ECigIntelligence User Survey 2018 – Scientific evidence clears the air on vaping – Senators vow to block all Health Minister’s bills – Nicotine e-cigarettes ban to remain – Greek Council of State rules e-cigarette ban in public spaces – Dubai launches citywide raids on stores selling e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 23rd

Friday’s News at a glance: Even more bad news for Australia, but US coalition launches fresh Deeming challenge – Vapour Trails – Have your say – Health chiefs could lift vaping ban at North-east hospitals – A New Confidence Trick – IBVTA response to sensationalist vaping while driving articles – Immortal Person-Time Error – The Future of E-Cigarettes – What is Vaping? – Briefs Filed in Support of Deeming Rule Appeal – Vaping Is the New Chewing Gum – Smokers preferred to Vapers on Tinder – E-cigarettes could have a positive impact – FDA e-cigarette rules unfair to small businesses – IOM Prison Vape Trial A Success – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 19th

Monday’s News at a glance: March of the Puritans – Tobacco Tactics Announces 400 Tobacco Shills Due In Warsaw In June – More scaremongering in USA, but UK study supports vape shops – Smokefree Bexleyheath – Told You So – Make Kids Stop Vaping, Or Else! – Further restrictions on e-cig ads – American Cancer Society changes its position – Nicotine Normalizes Brain Activity – Talks begin on e-cigarettes and vaping advice – Real World Evidence – NSW vaping ban a bad idea – DOH urged: Endorse vaping – How vaping might save smokers – Vapers risk hefty fines – Minnesota laments about e-cigs’ rise – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 16th

Friday’s News at a glance: Reintroducing Liberty – Terminal Stubbornness – Vaping and harm reduction – E-cigarettes and the burning issues around vaping – School Toilet Ban – Positive results from an e-cigarette trial – Research & Funding Draw Ad Hominem Attack – Anti-Vaping Policies Are Misguided – ‘Now is the time to act’ – Opening Brief Filed in Deeming Rule Appeal – Another Smoking Cessation Study Fails To Understand Smoking Cessation – Australia’s vaping restrictions labelled as ‘outrageous’ – County bans e-cigs use indoors – Liberals banning cannabis-flavoured vaping – 14 Common Objections to Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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