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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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Vapers Digest December 14th

Friday’s News at a glance: – Vape Predictions 2019 – Priority Setting Partnership Group – A breath of fresh air for Indigenous smokers – Supporting smokers to switch to significantly less harmful alternatives – NZ’s first vape TV ad sparks complaints – BAT Reports On Harm Reduction – NHS Updates Fire Risk Advice – Vape laws in SA based on ideology – Did Ray Liotta really quit smoking with Chantix? – 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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Eyewitness: E-Cigarette Summit ’16

Impressions of the 2016 E-Cigarette Summit.

We asked ten people who attended the 2016 E-Cigarette Summit for their thoughts on the day.

Thank you to Sarah Jakes, Ian Gray, Catherine Kimber, Richard Hyslop, Louise Ross, James Dunworth, Andy Morrison, Paul Barnes, Ian Green and Gillian Eva Golden for taking the time to write such thought provoking and interesting accounts.

Read on for the story behind the slides…

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In the News October 14th

Fridays News at a glance: Louise Ross: E-cigarette samples – a legitimate way of helping people to switch? – The Times newspaper has gone over the line defaming scientists – INNCO formed to protect vaping rights – Vaping saves lives. It’d be madness to ban it – WHO’s Opposition to Tobacco Harm Reduction – The Government must act now on “flawed” TPD – Smoke and substance: the vaping revolution – Uncertainty Over Safety Of Electronic Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 14 October 2016

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In the News June 17th

Fridays News at a glance: Doc’s Ecig Dilemma – Gateway or roadblock to cigarette smoking? – Educate about use of electronic cigarettes – Highlights from todays speakers at the Global Forum on Nicotine Doc’s Ecig Dilemma Mawsley –  Planet of the Vapes

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In the News June 9th

Thursdays News at a glance: Not Your Average Vaper – Quebec Cracks Down on Vaping – FDA Deeming Rule Threatens Vapers’ Options and Health – E-Cigarettes and Smoking Cessation – Mr. Conley Goes to Washington – Mitch Zeller and Jack Henningfield – Ecig benefits presented to authorities – FDA E-Cigarette Regs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 9 June 2016

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In the News May 18th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Saving a billion lives – E-cig user is not a smoker – First Vaping Company to Fold – The first small step to something better…? – 10 common questions about e-cigarettes answered – Prices and E-Cigarette Demand – French Federation of Cardiology publishes Ecig factsheet – American Lung Association and CVS Health Campaign – Negligent Medical Advice About Vaping – Analysis of the new ASH ecig survey – FDA Lives In ‘Alternate Universe’ – Ontario’s e-cigarette industry -E-cigarettes should be regulated – Maori women calling for easier access to E-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 18 May 2016

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In the News March 10th

Thursdays News at a glance: A Day In The Strife Of Wales – When horror pictures top-trump evidence: a lose-lose situation – Applying the Precautionary Principle – Bristol mobilizes to convert smokers to vaping – Big Pharma Scrambles As E-Cigs Become Most Popular Way To Quit – Vapour Trails TV – Survey Shows Doctors Are Split On E-Cig Benefits – Selling e-cigarettes remains illegal – FDA Reveals First Wave of E-Cig, Tobacco Study – California’s Tobacco Tax Initiative Can’t Justify A Tax On Vaping – California’s War on Vape – E-cigarette industry leaders meet with Brown administration – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 10 March 2016

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In the News February 17th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Shifting sands – McKee And More On That 95% Conspiracy Theory – Did Glantz & ANTZ help to destroy ecig ban? – Swedish court overturns ban on e-cigarettes – Women are threatened by the European ecig regulation – Scientist Tells AAAS Convention that Electronic Cigarettes are Just as Dangerous as Real Ones – Could FDA e-cigarette regulations help more people quit smoking? – Do as I do: U.S. politician blows clouds of vapour in Congress – There Is Only One Reason Vapes, Hoverboards and Drones All Keep Exploding – Legal changes to the advertising of electronic cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 17 February 2016

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