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Vapers Digest 19th June

Monday’s News at a glance: The Gateway “Myth”, Again – Avoiding bureaucratic destruction – Smoking Rates Among Youth – Vaping v Plain Packaging – American Lung Association – Local government steps up the pressure – “Tide turning” on smoke-free products – Recommended core items – E-cigs are less addictive than regular cigarettes – Singapore asks for public comment – ‘Irresponsible, inaccurate’ statements on e-cigs – Why don’t more smokers switch to using e-cigarettes? – Vaping In The News June 11th – 17th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 20th Feb

Monday’s News at a glance: Public Health – Medicine’s mad dogs – Hey Ruth. This one is for you – How Tobacco Control ‘Science’ Works #94 – Denial of the Echo Chamber – Vape Fires Feed Legislation Calls – Top 10 “things” that piss me off about #ecigs – Vaping in the News – The TGA and nanny staters just can’t help themselves – Political resistance for e-cigarettes evaporating – E-Cigs ‘Substantially Improve’ Health – Reverse the ‘post-truth’ attitude – It is not a campaign, it is a war – Lawmakers seek to help e-cig makers – Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 20 February 2017

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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 September 15th

Thursdays News at a glance: Reason and common sense will yet prevail – Two New Studies Discredit The CDC’s Dire Warnings About E-Cigarettes and Teenagers – WHO Tobacco Treaty A Threat to Public Health – Scientific evidence grows for e-cigarettes – Expert reaction to new studies on vaping and quitting – What we want from a 10-year mental health strategy – Libs call for rethink on e-cigarette ban – Laugesen et al on e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 15 September 2016

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In the News August 4th

Thursdays News at a glance: Drafting A Birmingham Smokefree Streets Consultation Response – Smoking rate hits low in England – Terry Barnes – Kiwis have got it right on vaping – Member States that permit cross-border distance sales – Poland: The future of vaping gets darker – How The New E-Cig Rules Hurt Americans – How many Americans will die because of the FDA? – General process for amending the Poisons Standard: Nicotine – Old controls no good for new vaping phenomenon – New Zealand Moves to Relax Its Laws – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 4 August 2016

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In the News May 31st

Tuesdays News at a glance: Do not read this or discuss it – Regulating e-cigarettes: read all about it! – E-Cigarettes: A Time Bomb? Really? – A Cautionary Tale for Vendors – Government in e-cigarette push – Conservative MEPs re-ignite e-cigarette debate –

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In the News May 3rd

Tuesdays News at a glance: The Big Scream – The Deliberately Blinkered Approach – Signage – Anti-vaping zealots write flat-earth letter to The Times – Despicable and dishonest – Why I don’t trust tobacco control – NNA submits comments to DoH – Fighting the Vape Militia Online and Off – ASH And Tobacco Control Caused All Vaping Bans – Words from the Echo Chamber – The Pleasure of E-cigarettes – The U.S. Government and health organizations are failing smokers on e-cigarettes – We can be heroes – How the EU’s TPD has pushed e-cigarettes into the dark – Tobacco excise – both sides should be ashamed – Australia’s prohibition of e-cigarettes is out of step – As FDA preps e-cigs rules – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 3 May 2016

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In the News April 28th

“Can we just take a moment? The RCP report is in 140 articles. One hundred and forty. How far did this go?”

Thursdays News at a glance: Nicotine without smoke: Tobacco harm reduction – ‘Promote e-cigarettes widely as substitute for smoking’ – One in the eye for Simon Chapman – V.I.P Statement – Nicotine without smoke—putting electronic cigarettes in context – Game Changer: World Leading Medical Group Backs E-Cigarettes -Royal College of Physicians strongly endorses e-cigarettes as smoking substitutes – A trial comparing electronic cigarettes with NRT – Throwback Thursday – NHS Lanarkshire to consider allowing e-cigarettes on hospital grounds – E-cigarettes and smoking cessation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 28 April 2016

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In the News April 18th

Mondays News at a glance: The CDC and Cohorts bend the truth. Again – Minimum Effort, Maximum Impact – Labour MP Slams Anti-Ecig Whingers – Fat Budgets And Fake Friends – Scottish council wants to ban smoking (and vaping) – American Thoracic Society Lies to Public – Congressional action on electronic cigarette regulations may save vapers – Punjab retailer sentenced for selling vaping products – Electronic cigarettes: the medicine of tomorrow? – Child vapers: A study of parental and carer views – Vaping on the Rise in China – Will regulation ruin a free market? – Can we wait for e-cigarette trials? – What is the Turnbull Government’s e-cig policy review hiding? – Carbonyls – friend or foe? – Take action to change the predicate date – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 18 April 2016

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In the News February 25th

Thursdays News at a glance: Blending evidence and empathy – a new guide to e-cigarettes – More Li-ion Cell Short Stories – New briefing for UK practitioners, how long should their Irish colleagues wait? – Dissecting the Oral Oncology Cell Study – Shining a light through the smokescreen – Another smoking ban miracle – Terry Barnes – Don’t over-regulate e-cigarettes – UK vapers advised to vote for EU exit – Map of Pending Tax Threats to Vapor Products in the States – The Diacetyl Debate: Panic, Controversy and the Need for Transparency – Vaping Emits Less Formaldehyde than Previously Thought – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 25 February 2016

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