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Vapers Digest November 5th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Cretinous @DundeeCouncil, An Abusive Employer – Pressure on US vapers continues to rise – Protect and Duck and Cover and Survive – Current troublesome issues in E-cigarette Policy – Politicians wouldn’t ban motorcycle helmets – Do Teen Vapers Need Big Pharma Intervention? – Why Traditional “Quit Smoking Methods” Have Consistently FAILED – Metals inhaled from vaping are not a health risk – Targeting Appropriate E-Cigarette Users – Smoking – Making a switch for the better – Vaping In The News November 3rd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 14th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Vapers rise ‘to more than three million’ in Britain – New data shows smokers are getting the message – Steps to address a non-existent problem – All people like better products – Australian University Bans the Ban – JUUL Having To Fight Its Corner – FDA has declared an epidemic of e-cigarette use – Affordable vaping for smokers – Most Americans Think Vaping is as Bad as Smoking – India: 7th State Bans Vapes – Save the E-Cigs – FDA Ought to Reconsider Stance – Fontem Ventures responds to FDA – Threats on Vaping Send Tobacco Stocks Surging – FDA Adopts the Anecdote – 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 19th

Friday’s News at a glance: Reprieve for EU vapers – NNA joins the case against the EU snus ban – Schools Criminalising Vaping Kids – 1.7 Million High Schoolers Vaped in 2016 – New FDA Statement On Vape Products – E-cigarette helps mum-of-two kick 25-year smoking habit – Snus tobacco on the rise as Norway smoking halved in a decade – Farsalinos Exposes Faults – Is Science or Policy Preference Leading the Way? – Chinese Adolescents and Vaping – Vapers Face An Onslaught Of New Taxes – Misleading Animal Research On Nicotine – Electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation – More data in favour of the relative safety of HnB products – 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 21st August

Monday’s News at a glance:

Mixed news for US vapers, but problems emerge in UK hospice system – A Smoker’s Manifesto – Challenges for Vendors – Lengthy reply Removed by Moderator – Nicotine Usage Survey for US & UK users – Young people and e-cigarettes – The FDA can’t prove nicotine addiction or gateways exist – Nicotine is both the problem – and the solution – to ending smoking – Online e-cigarette sales ring busted – The FDA’s words and actions do not match – Vaping In The News – August 19th, 2017

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Vapers Digest 23rd June

Friday’s News at a glance: The Chinese Vape Problem – San Francisco Passes One-Size-Fits-All Flavor Ban – Will This New Study Kill PMI’s Smokeless Cigarette? – Youth smoking is down, but thanks to what? – Philippines Promises Nic Detectors – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 16th June

Friday’s News at a glance: Where’s Martin McKee? – Taxi for the gateway theory – EU Snus Ban Costs More Lives – Vaping is the reason for massive decline in UK smoking – American Vape Fibs – Effects of vaping in India – Nicotine delivery to the aerosol – Why Don’t More Smokers Switch – FDA misinterprets massive victory – Vaping down among teens – The Advocate Misleads Readers on Public Health – Health Policy Experts Urge FDA – Vaping in Film and Fiction – Free Advice – Rehab for vapers: absurdity meets reality

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Vapers Digest 1 March

Wednesday’s News at a glance: THE INNCO ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR AWARDS – GFN Warsaw 2017 -Nicotine In the News – Reader View: Vapor devices are not cigarettes –U.S. government at a crossroads – Taxpayer-funded vaping is Maori Party’s latest

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In the News August 12th

Fridays News at a glance: Telegraph science editor Sarah Knapton puts the record straight. Not really – WHO bans whole countries from its jamboree – Knowledge Action Change – Dialogues – FDA Center for Tobacco Products (mostly) know exactly what they are doing – FDA’s e-cigarette rules are a public-health hazard – E-cigarettes a public health breakthrough – CHI2016 Programme Outline – Aaron Biebert on The Herman Cain Show – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 12 August 2016

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