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In the News December 6th

  Tuesdays News at a glance: Tom Price nominated US Health Secretary – Does the Public Housing smoking ban apply to vaping? – News designed for panic – New Leader (Update!) – E-cigarettes effectively deliver nicotine – Bad science, accountability

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In the News December 1st

Thursdays News at a glance: To tax or not to tax? – Snus, E-Cigs, Now iQos – ASH Hate Them All – Big T Wins Ecig Court Case – Could Synthetic Nicotine Save Vaping? – Electronic Cigarettes clinical trial in Glasgow – ‘Moments’ on Twitter – Smoking and Vaping Behaviors and Preferences – Organisations urged to allow vaping break – Australia Requested to Consider Permitting E Liquids and E Cigs – Free market leads the way – Vaping organization in NZ registered as a charity – Abstract Submissions – Can vaping help smokers reduce blood pressure? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 1 December 2016

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In the News November 23rd

Wednesdays News at a glance: How does Big Tobacco see its future? – Motorcycles Aren’t Cars and Cigarettes Aren’t Smoke-Free Tobacco – A journey into daily Ecig use – ‘A Billion Lives’ makes a compelling case – E-cigarette proponents defend product – New Tobacco and Vaping Products Legislation – Clive Bates on the four basic arguments against vaping – Vaping, e-cigarettes to be regulated by Health Canada – Government of Canada set the base to regulate vaping products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 23 November 2016

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In the News November 17th

Thursdays News at a glance: Eliquid Sweetener Research – WHO tells the world: ban vaping – Another Engineered Study Claims Teen Vaping Leads to Smoking – Folowing the Flock with Pasadena District – Why every e-cigarette user should be a free market libertarian – #ECigSummit – WHO continues focusing on risk – Vapers say smokers deserve alternatives – Need for transparency – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 17 November 2016

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In the News November 10th

Thursdays News at a glance: WHO’s anti-vaping scientific castle of cards toppled (updated) – Vaping, the route to a smokefree New Zealand – What is going wrong at the WHO FCTC? – Reporters Banned From Global Anti-Tobacco Conference – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – MHRA Update Email #11 – Britain must speak up for e-cigarettes – A Billion Lives Reaches India – WHO FCTC’s CoP7: A review across social media – The WHO’s war on e‑cigs – #FCTC: ‘Obsessive and paranoid secrecy’ – Is There a Silver Lining in a Dark Cloud? – Health inequalities and e-cigarettes – California hikes tobacco taxes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 10 November 2016

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In the News November 7th

Mondays News at a glance: 87 per cent of UK councils are ignoring advice from PHE – Enfield, A Beacon In A Morass Of Local Insanity – Consistently inconsistent – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – The Shocking State of Local Authority Vaping Policy – #COP7FCTC – After all journalists were BANNED – Experts urge WHO to back THR strategies at CoP7 – A THR Expert Group to advise delegations – The war on what, exactly? – Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller – To vape or not to vape – Investigators Botch Study Results – What conflict of interest accusations really mean – Experts nicely “SLAM” lack of honest and relevant snus information from Sweden – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 7 November 2016

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In the News November 2nd

Wednesdays News at a glance: Do we need another 20 years? – WHO tobacco meeting – could the FCTC do something useful on vaping? – Vapers Helping Smokers to Quit – Director Aaron Biebert replies to my review of A Billion Lives – The sole motivation for smoking doesn’t have to be nicotine – E-Cigarettes Can’t Shake Their Reputation as a Menace – Vapor Shop Appreciation Day – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 2 November 2016

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In the News October 28th

Fridays News at a glance: WHO’s anti-vaping scientific castle of cards toppled – The UKCTAS critique of the WHO paper on ‘ENDS’ – How Will The TPD Affect DIY Juicers? – Pro-vaping documentary ‘A Billion Lives’ makes a compelling case – FDA Tobacco Director Ignores 2.5 Million “Anecdotal Reports” About E-Cigarettes – Smoking Machine Helps Researchers – Cigarette Smoking Status – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 28 October 2016

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In the News October 21st

Fridays News at a glance: Stingy vapers won’t pay to see film, and doctors make false disease claims – The Nicotine Connundrum – Fire chiefs warn people to stop smoking – Specious Similarities – Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – E-Cig marketers manipulate antitobacco ads – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 21 October 2016

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In the News October 11th

Tuesdays News at a glance: TPD poses tricky problems in Netherlands – What do scientists think about vaping? – First build your echo chamber – Vaping a Vote-Winner – FDA Poised to Issue Rule that Will Be Devastating for Public Health – The FDA Is “Blowing”

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