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Vapers Digest March 12th

Monday’s News at a glance: The World Conference on Tobacco or Prohibition – The enemy of my enemy is not my friend – Tobacco use rises for first time in decade – Beyond a Binary Approach – Italian Authorities Raid Vaping Expo – The In-Between – Ditch Anti-Vaping Rhetoric – No Harm in Passive Vaping – Warning to Vaping Drivers – Preventing Smoking Progression in Young Adults – Experts dispel myths – US health group backs e-cigs too – Alaska Senate approves youth ban – Activist to continue lobbying – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 7th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Vaping and tobacco harm reduction – highlights from England – E-cigarettes: a guide for healthcare professionals – Ringing in the changes – Smoking plunges to 1% among young women in Norway – EU in denial over snus – Norway, Gateway? No Way – Misconceptions about e-cigarette safety – More than a million people use e-cigarettes – Why don’t the regulators want to know? – Why PHE’s pro-vaping crusade is the enemy of choice – Stanton Glantz And Ignoring The #MeToo Movement – Lawmakers ask FDA to reject Philip Morris’ iQOS application – Mt. Pleasant proposes banning e-cigarettes – Ban moves forward in Lafayette – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 22nd

Monday’s News at a glance: Stephen Fry challenges ban on smoking substitute – Does Big irredeemably mean Bad? – A junk history of tobacco harm reduction – There Should Be More Smoking On TV, Not Less – FDA’s tobacco stance faces test with Philip Morris iQOS device – Fears about adolescent vaping overstated – Vaping In The News – January 20th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 12th

Friday’s News at a glance: Clowns At A Vaping Convention – Ecig2Smoking Study Slammed – Let’s stop widespread plastic waste in March 2019 – The Geneva Convention: COP8 – E-cigarette rules should be relaxed – Vapers On Twitter Find Countless Errors In Peer-Reviewed Paper – Trials and Tribulations of Reduced Risk Tobacco Products – Competing with California – India: Vapes Now Banned in 6 States – Experts write to the FDA – Public Health Leaders Call For ‘Correction Of Mistaken Beliefs’ On Vaping – Indonesia Subject to 57% Excise Tax – Puritanism Makes Faulty Health Policy – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 18th September

Monday’s News at a glance: Glantz’s ‘expanding tobacco epidemic’ – City regulators throw out new vape age limit ban – Solid foundation, or castle made of sand? – What is Tobacco Harm Reduction? – Researchers judge air quality in vapers’ homes – Scientists on why banning e-cigarettes in India is an epic mistake – Self-regulation key to success – A Case for Nicotine Use – Canada’s response to vaping ‘puzzling’ – Nicotine e-cigarettes a ‘solution’ to help smokers – A round of applause – Vaping In The News ~ September 10th ~ 16th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 5th September

  Tuesday’s News at a glance: Big Tobacco Goes Soft – Australia just raised cigarette prices further – Flying with RyanAir – Vape tax brings in millions – and closes PA. businesses – Nicotine in the News – Spot The

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Vapers Digest 4th September

Monday’s News at a glance:

Send ASH to prison – The War on Nicotine begins – ‘Smoke-free’ campus announcement sparks outrage – University of Limerick students fuming – A replication study under verified realistic use – Final Nail in the Coffin of the NEJM Formaldehyde Study – The 2017 Global E-Cigarette Lithium Battery Market Report – E-cigarette ban can result in adverse consequences – Five Pawns leads Texas disaster relief – Vaping In The News – August 27th – September 2nd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 31st August

Thursday’s News at a glance:

Get your story straight – The VLNC Junk Science Fest Gathers Pace – Organized Crime Heads Applaud FDA’s Decision – Very Low Intelligence – Pharmaceutical Society Head Stuck In Past – Most young people who try e-cigarettes don’t become regular users – Center for Tobacco Products is Lying – FDA Lies About Vaping  – Vaping Smokers More Likely To Quit – Police punish mentally ill patients – BAT restructures as e-cigarettes go mainstream – Tobacco 21 will create more young smokers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 24th August

Thursday’s News at a glance:

That shady link between Big Tobacco and nicotine gum – The battle for a proportionate regulatory regime continues – It’s time for visionary pragmatism on nicotine – Research: Media Coverage of Ecigs – It’s getting old now: study shows vaping helps smokers quit – High prices on tobacco causing black market trade – Facebook Blocking ‘Life Saving Technology’

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Vapers Digest 27th July

Thursday’s News at a glance:

Another study shows that vaping helps people quit smoking – Pharma Company Values Profits Over Health – ALA Guilty of Public Health Malpractice – ‘Hundreds of thousands’ give up smoking – BAT to submit FDA application – Dragons and Dragonslayers – Ban on flavored tobacco looks headed for the ballot – Common mistakes vapers make – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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