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Vaping Digest April 12th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Fake seizures scare from FDA, but Hawaii flavour ban stalls for now – Gottlieb Questions Rite Aid’s Decision – GSTHR Attacked in Nigeria – Buzz Off Smokers – THR in Parliament – How Restrictions Are Increasing Youth Tobacco Use – Does nicotine actually help protect against Parkinson’s? – Why Are Lawmakers More Concerned with Youth Vaping than Opioid Abuse? – Maura Healey calls for tax on e-cigs – A sin tax, minus the sin – Our relationship to nicotine is changing – Premium Cigars Threatened – No Legal Basis To Ban Imports – Vaping: Sinner or sinned against? – Health advocates push for firm regulations – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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In the News April 13th

Wednesdays News at a glance: What grandkids could teach Public Health – Being your own worst enemy – I’m with Clive (up to a point) – GFN2016 – Could Ofcom’s regulation of e-cigarette advertising silence all vaping advocates? – E-cigarettes – Will regulation ruin a free market? – E-Cigarettes Seen as Life-Savers by UK Government, But Condemned by US – A benefit-risk approach for ecigs in smoking cessation – Canadian Vaping Association Files Legal Challenge Against Quebec’s Bill 44 – Kanuha ethics complaint remains unresolved – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 13 April 2016

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