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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 June 11th

Monday’s News at a glance: The Big Lie (Vaping, children, flavors) – The Ecig Fight Continues – Johns Hopkins Public Health Researchers – The American Cancer Society – Vaping Set To Wipe Out Tobacco Bonds – Dr Farsalinos responds to Ken article – Retrospective Survey on Switching Patterns – Heat-Not-Burn Sales Are Not Slowing – Rethink in combating tobacco use – Think before you ban: – My last vaping video – Squonkers, drippers and cloud chasers – BAT to invest €800mn in Romanian plant – Vapers Say: Peace Out – Brentwood bans e-cigarettes – Vaping In The News June 9th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest May 11th

Friday’s News at a glance: A perfect opportunity – The IBVTA has its say in Parliament – Pediatrics Editors Claim Compliance – Campaign For Tobacco-Free Kids – FDA ‘Jumps The Shark’ – VT – Help stop a tax on vaping! – The changing world of tobacco harm reduction – NZ Study Hits Out At Public Health – The Kiwi law which shows Australia up – E-cigarettes in hospitals? – Teen Vaping Is ‘Hardly An Epidemic’ – Moving Backwards – Transparency, transparency, transparency – Russian HNB Research – £2bn fire-sale of a cigarette empire – Smokers could be jailed for 3 months – Vaper Expo 2018 – Was It The Best Ever? – World News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest May 4th

Friday’s News at a glance: E-cigarettes and the FDA – Won’t somebody think of the ‘bad’ children? – The Nicotine Fiend – Poison Control Centers’ Data – FDA Targets Hazardous Packaging – FDA Attacks Juice Makers – Pediatrics Journal Tries To Cover Up Errors – Confused About Vaping – The ‘teen vaping epidemic’ is a myth – Reduced Harm Report – Vaping Linked to Decrease in Smoking – Flavored tobacco ban is bad policy – Proposed smoking law a step too far – Kansas Paediatricians On The Marijuanas – Are there secondhand consequences of new smoking policies? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 23rd

Monday’s News at a glance: UK vape scene hit by HnB row – No short-fill shortfall – Philip Morris Feels The Heat And Burn – Clinical Trial Evidence – Hubris before a fall – E-cigarette firm cashes in on vaping – MPs Sitting For The Final Time – Europe’s anti-smoking obsession – We Must Save the Industry that Saved Us – eCigarettes are safer than smoking tobacco – School Takes Alarming Step – Comparative tumor promotion assessment – PH vapers hail US FDA – FDA Publishes Revised Ingredient Listing – How much does the FDA really do – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 20th

Friday’s News at a glance: Sticks & Stones – Government’s policy on e-cigarettes – Do Increased Cigarette Prices Encourage Smokers to Quit? – Philip Morris loses 16% in value – FDA Is Targeting E-Cigarette Retailers – Why Did an NPR Show Lie – JUUL Popularity Drives 6% Decline – JUUL Threatened by Powerful Groups in Washington – How Low Will They Go? – Science Backs the FDA Down – Rendez-vous with Marewa Glover – Plain Packs Legislation Delay – Cigarettes out, vaping in  – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 18th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Heat Not Burn Products – The New Nicotine Alliance Steps Into The Debate – Unpopular Opinion – An uncivil war -Wikipedia – encyclopaedic or idiotic?  – Towards a Smokefree England – Crusade Against Vaping And Juuling Continues – Pressure Group’s Addiction Problem – Study Of Vapers May Change Policy – Crackdown on e-cigarettes coming – ECigarettes are less harmful than tobacco – Youth e-cig ban nears Alaska House vote – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 9th

Friday’s News at a glance: New study recognises the role reputable vape shops play in reducing smoking – Medical e-cig scrapped – American Smokers’ Misperception of E-Cigarettes’ Relative Harm: – Big Pharma Attacks Vape Flavours – Academics And Journals Spread Disinformation – JUUL Responds to Online Cancer Rumors – UK health experts say ‘yes’ to nicotine vaping – Vaping not enough for some cigarette smokers – Big tobacco’s offer: $1 billion for research – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 5th

Monday’s News at a glance: E-cigarette trial makes Isle of Man jail ‘calmer and safer’ – Challenges to the ban on snus – NHS plan to prescribe e-cigarettes – Encourage smokers to use e-cigarettes – How (and Why) Health Experts Changed Their Opinion – Vapers In Singapore Are Now Criminals – National Academies Of Sciences E-Cig Report Gets It Wrong – The Precautionary Principle And Vaping – Dr. Farsalinos Submits Official Complaint To FDA Over Anti-Vaping Study – Our Sit Down With Director Aaron Biebert – Drippers, throat hits and fairy farts

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Vapers Digest January 29th

Monday’s News at a glance: Police, pharma raids hit every Malaysian vape shop – Sensory Enhancement Or Addiction? – FDA vote is a setback – but not a disaster – for iQOS – American academics release new report as NNA takes on the EU over snus – Why Was The National Academies Report So Wrong About The Gateway Effect? – Cancer Research Ad Provokes Attacks – To vape or not to vape in public … – UK accused of hypocrisy – Beware: No e-cigarettes in Thailand – Vaping In The News 27th January – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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