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Vapers Digest 21st April

Friday’s News at a glance: Authoritarians Left And Right – IVVA welcomes IMO conference motion – What Does Nicotine Do To Your Body? – Snus facts – Two Doctors on A Mission to Set the Record Straight about Smokeless Tobacco – What The New York Times Gets Wrong – New York Times editorial shoots at Big Tobacco – What are the negative effects of electronic cigarette? – Congress Can Avoid a Government Shutdown – Philip Morris plans ‘smoke-free’ future – Vape White Night – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 21 April 2017

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Vapers Digest 9th Jan

Monday’s News at a glance: Pokébollocks – Cinnamaldehyde and bollocks – THAT study – Smoking and vaping in public places – What are the actual health risks of vaping? – The ugly face of science and health – New FDA Rule is Wrong on the Law: – 2016 Lie of the Year Award – Condoms – for you, me, and everybody – Iran, not an e-cigarette friendly country – Cigarette price hike strikes again -Campaign launched to help smokers – Harm Reduction Approach for HIV-Positive Smokers? – Limited outdoor smoking ban – $200 Million Decision For Johnson Creek – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 9 January 2017

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In the News July 26th

Tuesdays News at a glance: THRA GFN Report Part 3 – Bill Godshall Update – The A-Z of Public Health – Is Snus Safer than Chew? – When will vaping have an impact on tobacco-related health statistics? – U.S. government agency suddenly

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In the News May 12th

Thursdays News at a glance: Viscount Ridley and Ecigs in the House of Lords – Brexit The Movie: Sort Of A Review – Swansea beauty spot Wales’ second smokefree beach – HIQA to achieve ‘world first’ on e-cigarettes – An Open Response to Heralds of the FDA’s Deeming Regulations – New Study on Asthma and Vaping: – Brexit: The Movie – How Will Vapers Vote in Brexit? – First Lawsuit Filed Challenging FDA – A Billion Lives has world première – France: National Committee Against Smoking – Why do some vapers use strengths greater than 20 mg? – Councils divert anti-smoking funds into political lobbying – R Street encouraged by legal challenge – E-cigarettes will save lives and should not be illegal in Australia – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 12 May 2016

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In the News April 20th

Wednesdays News at a glance: The Fix Is In For E-Cigs In Oz – Smoking licences rear their ugly head again – Notts County Council to ban smoking and vaping – Key health websites blindfold consumers on tobacco product risks – Is is safe to cut a nicotine patch in half? – House Committee Votes To Save E-cigarettes – E-cigs, vaporizers, smokeless tobacco products may gain grandfather exemption from FDA rules – Anti-smoking doctor calls for vaping to help hopeful quitters – Exhaled e-cigarette vapour particles disappear within seconds – Scientists put forward ecigs as a harm reduction perspective – Don’t regulate e-cigs as tobacco products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 20 April 2016

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