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Vapers Digest August 31st

Friday’s News at a glance:- The Value Of Free Vapes For Smokers – Slight Teen Vaping Increase – One in Five Novice Vapers – JUUL Will Launch Sales in Canada – Who is using e-cigarettes? – Smoking rates among youth declining – Should vapers be charged the same premium as smokers? –  Vaping in mental health units – What happened to the war on smoking?  – Towards greater acceptance of e-cigarettes – ATHRA in strong disagreement – Vape shops call for change to e-cig ban – No easy access for e-cigarettes in Callaway – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest August 20th

Monday’s News at a glance: British politicians push for more vaping – Educating Dr Stephen – Let’s give the vapers a break -FCTC will declare war on heat not burn – Guidance for conversations with patients – Contrasting Approaches to Teen Harm Reduction – E-cigarettes and harm reduction – UK Vape Entrepreneurs – Are ecigarettes bad for your health? – A balanced view of ad hominem judgments – The President’s Promise to Cut FDA Red Tape – Study Will Examine the Effects of Vaping Regulations – Farsalinos Submits Study to FDA – The need for affordable harm reduction products – Sex, cars and e-cigarettes – Let’s follow UK on e-cigarette regulations – AMA must stop misleading on vaping – A no brainer – House urges DOH to promote tobacco alternatives – To smoke or not to smoke – Vaping In The News August 18th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 23rd

Monday’s News at a glance: Harry’s blog 64: What if…..? – Challenging a bad tobacco law – UK faces a vaping dilemma – How Low Will They Go? Discouraging Smokers From Switching – The Big Public Health donkeys – Users Sue Juul for Addicting Them to Nicotine – Vapers’ outrage over 100 per cent tax – Is the American Vaper an Endangered Species? – Exhaled e-vapor particles evaporate in seconds – High Temp Vaping Is OK Says Research – Is Tobacco Industry’s innovation a win for public health? – Smoke-free alternatives to cigarettes – Group left disappointed at confusing advocacy – Vaping In The News July 21st – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 29th December

Friday’s News at a glance: Regulating e-liquid flavors – is the U.S. regulator more likely to do harm than good – More bad news from Asia – Vaping a cheaper and healthier option – The evidence keeps piling up: e-cigarettes are definitely safer than smoking – Tobacco truth top ten – New Year’s Resolutions And Ways To Quit Smoking – Can e-cigarettes help smokers quit? – Carbonyl emissions in e-cigarettes – World Vape News

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Vapers Digest 22nd September

Friday’s News at a glance: Scream Test Update – Back in the Saddle – Tobacco Control ‘Experts’ Fight AGAINST A Smoke-Free World – Cochrane’s Eight Research Priorities – Smoking quit rates highest in 10 years – NHS Health Scotland supports vaping – Welsh Tobacco Control Delivery Plan – Derek Yach on BBC Radio 5 Live – Are health officials deceiving us – Risk and rhetoric – more from GTNF – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 1st August

  Tuesday’s News at a glance: US plan to cut smoking with non-addictive cigarettes has flaws – FDA embraces sanity with new approach to vaping – There Are Ways To Snuff Out A Smoking Habit, Australia Is Just Slow To

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Vapers Digest 3rd March

Friday’s News at a glance: Divine Intervention: A Deal With The Devil – Blowing smoke: Nanny’s crusade against vaping – Helping Smokers Quit – The Genocidal Programme of Tobacco Control – Why Should We Let Tobacco Control and Politicians Depress Us? – Tax us more – Healthcare Worker Hears Truth About Federal Vaping Regs – Vaping Side Effects – Ottawa could muzzle access – RP votes to regulate vaping – Bill Godshall Update – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 3 March 2017

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Vapers Digest 6th Jan

Friday’s News at a glance: The Evidence is Incontrovertible – The problem with Stanton Glantz – Progression from Vaping to Smoking – Anti-smoking experts paid by Big Pharma – Between the rock and a hard place – Vaping the lesser evil – Hospital vaping ban sends ‘mixed message’ – Sperm and bubblegum ejuice – Former CDC director commends e-cigs for smoking cessation – Mastercard doesn’t want your money, vapers! – What to Expect From Big Tobacco In 2017 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 6 January 2017

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Christmas Collection

In case you missed it… A quick round up of what’s been happening over the Festive Period. Normal Service resumes tomorrow..

I’ll say it again: E-cigarettes are still far safer than smoking – 2016 round up – No sh*t Sherlock – How to use “chemicals” to deter dual use – There’s A New Idiot In Town – New Head of RCGP provokes an angry Twitterstorm – Jewel Robbing in 2016 – Review of 2016: nanny state edition – The Much-Ignored Pleasure Of Smoking – Disappointment at anti-vaping messaging – In Public Health We Trust – The Year In E-Cigarettes: – What is vaping? – What’s Next for the Vaping Industry in 2017? – Electronic cigarettes make you really, really horny! – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – 2 January 2017

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In the News December 9th

Fridays News at a glance: Hertfordshire e-cigarettes policy aims to help smokers quit – The Great British vape off – MPs study the public health benefits of vaping – But where is the evidence of harm? – Linda Bauld-BBC Radio 5 Live – Tobacco Industry Unveils New Ad Campaign: – Tell Trump to Fire U.S. Surgeon General – Are E-Cigs the Market Solution that Can Save a Billion Lives? – Surgeon General warns but Britain disagrees – Big Tobacco Is Giving Away Money – Belgian health authorities are going the wrong way – Gilla Partners With Vapor Shark – Vaping robots measure e-cig vapor – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 9 December 2016

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