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Vapers Digest 11th December

Monday’s News at a glance: A Healthy Dose Of Common Sense – Sarah Jakes – ECig Summit – The Truth Is Out There – Tobacco Control: Fueding, fussing, fighting, fear & funding – Clinical Trials Are A Terrible Way To Assess Vaping – The academic scandal hiding within – Nicotine: the helpful drug with the bad reputation – Paint me green and hear me roar! – Can e-cigarettes help the homeless quit smoking? – Vaping In The News December 9th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 8th December

Friday’s News at a glance: Does Australia Punish Those Who Mislead Government? – Glantz sued for racist & sexist abuse – Tobacco Control experts are having a bad week – Challenging Prohibition campaign launches – An aid in smoking cessation, or a new health hazard? – Population-Level Proof – Is Germany finally embracing vaping? – Indoor E-cigarette restrictions increase prenatal smoking – So Many Questions About Glantz – Anti-vaping crusader Glantz accused of sexual harassment – Some Older Smokers Turn to Vaping – What Is The Reasoning Behind ‘Tobacco 21’? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 4th December

Monday’s News at a glance: Utter Waste Of Public Money – Chapman Called Out – New Tobacco Control Paper Recommends Vaping Without Realizing It – Nicotine poisoning is rarely serious – Gateway effect denial claims – CRUK: Vape For Mental Health – Letters of Intent for Early Scoping Work – Why is a Chicago suburb punishing teens that vape? – Feds Owe the Public ‘Corrective Statements’ – Scott ‘volunteered’ to lobby Pence – Vaping In The News – December 2nd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 30th November

Thursday’s News at a glance: NNA response to Mayor of London Health Inequalities Strategy Consultation – BMA announces support for e-cigarettes – E-cigarettes: Balancing risks and opportunities – A journal editor is being accused of fast-tracking an e-cig emissions study – $1 Billion Research Agenda – Plain packaging not working – Tobacco Control Attacks Malia Obama – ‘Tobacco Survivor’ Presents to Justice Policy Cmte – CRC Committee Approves E-Cigarette Smoking Ban – Vaping shops set for huge high street growth – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 28th November

  Tuesday’s News at a glance: Call for Input and Collaboration – Higher e-cig nicotine levels linked to more teen smoking – Indonesia, where smoking is widespread, just placed tough restrictions on e-cigarettes – Vape Expo Japan Brings A Boom

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Vapers Digest 27th November

Monday’s News at a glance: PHE blasts Australian THR opponents, and Italian study finds no risk to lung health – Tobacco Control Researcher Calls for Boycott – Heat not Burn “as bad as smoking” says study – but what’s the truth? – Vaping Crackdowns May Be Driving Up Smoking Rates – Ban on nicotine will do us more harm than good – E-Cigs are more preferred as smoking cessation aid – The Transportation of Deborah Arnott – Missing The Point – Vaping advocates rally against new rules – Vaping In The News November 25th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 21st November

  Tuesday’s News at a glance: Science Lesson: How Understanding ‘Confounding’ Can Combat Anti-Vaping Junk Science – No Negative Respiratory Impact from E-Cigarettes on Never Smokers – Mental Health Charities Comes Out In Support Of Vaping – A Year After

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Vapers Digest 20th November

Monday’s News at a glance: Sarah Jakes keynote speech at the E-Cig Summit 2017 – E-Cig Summit Round Up – Vaping Causes ‘Popcorn Lung’? – Most Vape User Are Former Smokers Who Quit – Landmark Long-Term Study – Latest vape-related studies – Vaping helps reverse smoking harm – Vaping In The News November 18th, 2017 – Bay Area flavored tobacco bans  – Asia’s First Harm Reduction Meet in Indonesia – Trade minister severely restricts imports – Vape advocates organize protest in Cobourg – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 17th November

Friday’s News at a glance: Letter to the Foundation for a Smoke Free World – UK councils still imposing vaping bans – Public Health’s Useful Idiot – Health impact of E-cigarettes – IQOS Opponent Misrepresents 3-Month Studies to FDA – Mental health patients who smoke – Heat not burn products similar to smoking for heart disease? – MN Groups Abuse Government Process – GFN Dialogue London – Q&A – Who Owns All The Vaping Brands – Another Triumph For Repulsive Elitist Snobs – The Pursuit Of Happiness – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 16th November

Thursday’s News at a glance: The local authority information deficit obstructing harm reduction – 2017​ ​Vaping​ ​Policies​ ​in UK​ ​Councils​ ​Report – ‘Vaping should be part of support’ – A future without fags? – The Effect of Price and the Gateway Effect – Science Lesson: Vapor Droplets Are NOT Particles – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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