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Vaping Digest January 11th

Friday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarettes Priority Setting Partnership questionnaire – Vaping: Let’s Get This Out Of The Way – Research: The Benefit of Vapers – UEA Advice for New Vapers – The War Against Vaping: Déjà Vu All Over Again –  JUUL Launches Nationwide Ad Campaign Aimed at Adult Smokers – Intolerable False Statements by FDA’s Mitch Zeller – New House Bill Would Tax Vapes Like Cigarettes and Ban Flavors – Why I cancelled my membership of the Australian Medical Association – Regulating Vaping While Understanding Policy Comparisons – A case study in bad policymaking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest January 9th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: What is the value of peer involvement in advancing tobacco harm reduction? ~ The War Against Vaping: Déjà Vu All Over Again ~ Teen Vaping Is Bad, but the Alternative Is Worse ~ Smoke Shaming Has Gone

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Vaping Digest January 7th

Monday’s News at a glance:- PHE releases new film to encourage freedom of choice – Anti-vape propaganda keeps on causing harm, but lawmakers push ahead with bans – The principle of proportionality – Harry’s blog 79: This above all: to thine own self be true – Swiss Success – Stanton’s Spin: – The reality and myths of vaping safety – Health Agencies Grant Permission to Shame Vapers – I bought my dad a Juul – Why I Care About Harm Reduction – Proposal to ban vape info online – Vaping In The News January 5th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest December 17th

Monday’s News at a glance: – US study confirms that vaping is safer, but NHS complains about e-liquid – Swedish Setback – Safer Tobacco Product Marathon: An Update – 5 Myths about E-cigarettes and Public Health – Adolescent Smoking Again Hits a Record Low – We Need to Reduce the Harms of Draconian Tobacco Policies – Oregon is vaporizing this shop owner’s free speech rights – Vaping company that pays it forward by hiring beneficiaries – The ‘vape’ forward – E-cigarettes less toxic to users – Vaping In The News December 15th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest December 10th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Bad news dominates vaping headlines as BAT pushes back against opponents – Science and Technology Committee’s Seventh Report on E-cigarettes – How do Vape Shops contribute to ‘health on the high street’ rankings? – Do not enact the Tobacco Law proposal in Sweden – Drakeford Elected Welsh First Minister – Oz Rates Quash Victory Claims – Youth! Youth! Youth! – Altria Says Goodbye to Vapor – Human Rights & Ethical Considerations – Juul tries to make friends in Washington – E-cigarette sellers held in Hyderabad – As tobacco disappears from shelves – Vaping In The News December 8th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Dige

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Vapers Digest December 3rd

Monday’s News at a glance:- NNA Newsletter Nov 2018 – Politicians Want Cali Flavour Ban – Store Owners Go To Court – #Snus – #ECJ, politically charged, opposes harm-reduction – Australia falls further behind – Don’t believe everything you hear in the media! – What’s so special about the Juul? – Youth smoking plummeted with advent of vaping – Vaping In The News December 1st – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaper Digest November 26th

Monday’s News at a glance:- More heat than light – new US statistics on youth vaping provide no basis for FDA policy – British MPs push for more sensible vaping policies, but US continues to urge bans – When misusing the precautionary principle kills – My recent contribution to Clive’s weekly reading list – McTheft – Juul Labs’ Negative Response – Tobacco Master Settlement at 20 Years – Psychiatrists endorse vaping – Govt urged to lift ban on e-cigarettes – Health Ministry drawing up legislation to ban vapes – Vaping In The News November 24th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest November 19th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 75: Getting grown up about nicotine – FDA crackdown causes chaos – Scott Gottlieb: JUUL is Now Your Bitch – What Is Scott Gottlieb Smoking? – Should flavours be banned in cigarettes and e-cigarettes?  – The E-Cigarette Summit: Science, Regulation and Health – A Decade – Want to quit cigarettes? – Are the Kids Alright? – Antivaping Hysteria Is Unhealthy – First iQOS e-cigarette store in South Africa – FDA Stomps Big Vape, But at What Cost? – Researchers uncover impact of vaping – Vaping In The News – November 17th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest November 12th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Truth allowed in advertising – A charter for tobacco harm reduction? – FDA plans clampdown despite smoking at record low – A chorus of idiots – Confused Doctors – Tobacco Control Special Issue Yields Smoke But No Hazard for IQOS Aerosol – GFN 2019: It’s time to talk about nicotine – E-cigarette flavors are good for public health – Tobacco Stocks Burned – A Question of Taste: – The political economy of vaping – Current and future status of Vaping in Thailand? – Smokers’ shift to hike tax on loose tobacco – Vapers fume over government advisory – When reducing harm is an option – Vaping In The News November 10th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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