Tag: Lynn T. Kozlowski

Vaping Digest April 8th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Myth and misunderstanding around vaping – What is a lie?, revisited – THR In The Lords – Bus man Burnt By Battery – Vaping In The News April 6th – Proposed bill would raise national legal sales age – Added Sugar in Cigarettes – Did You Know? – Vaping is attracting cautious support – Potential of Snus in Malawi/ Africa – Wrestling with Curiosity and Fear About Nicotine – Diagnosing the Youth Vaping ‘Epidemic’ – Bill to regulate cigs, e-cigs in pipeline – NGO writes to PMO for regulations on vaping products – Regional consumer group backs local vapers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 16 August

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Government-Funded Researchers Continue to Misrepresent Smokeless Tobacco Cancer Risks ~ Vaping ads flout EU rules, even if to promote healthier lifestyles ~ Minors, Moral Psychology,and the Harm Reduction Debate: The Case of Tobacco and Nicotine ~

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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 December 22nd

Thursdays News at a glance: Stealth Vapes Great Year Pt1 – How the FDA is perpetuating the problem of exploding e-cig batteries – The Norwegian Institute of Public Health censored their own top researchers – MHRA Update Email #14 – E-Cigarettes Don’t Make Tobacco Use Appealing – A Policy Experiment is Worth a Million Lives – 15 Things You Should Never Say To a Vaper – Vaping wholesaler sues state – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 22 December 2016

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In the News October 17th

Mondays News at a glance: Precisely what risks? – To #Vape or not to Vape? That is the question – Expert suggests offering free e-cigs – Trading Standards jump the gun – A Policy Experiment is Worth a Million Lives – To Protect Porn Stars But Not Smokers? – Clinical trials for e-cigarettes – WHO’s Director-General candidates: – Vaping gone up in smoke? – Snus use, smoking and survival – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 17 October 2016

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In the News February 4th

Thursdays News at a glance: Does Vaping Attack the Immune System? – American Lung Association Gives Middle Finger to Vapers Who Have Quit or are Trying to Quit Smoking – Mayo Clinic: E-Cigarettes well accepted by patients before elective surgery – A Policy Experiment is Worth a Million Lives – The Very Low Nicotine Cigarette (VLNC) versus the e-cigarette – E-cig regulation in Norway: A short status update – Diacetyl in e-cigarettes – VapourTrails TV – Petition: Belgian Federation of Vaping Professionals – Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – E-quitting – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Thu, 4 February 2016

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In the News January 13th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Who will be duped by error-strewn ‘meta-analysis’ of e-cigarette studies? – San Diego vaping study “corrected”, but journos are silent – Read The Stunning Correction This Scientist Dropped On Her Own Anti-E-Cig Study – “Bootleggers, Baptists and E-Cigarettes” – Why do college-aged young adults use e-cigarettes? – Local Government Association questions value of stop smoking services – A Policy Experiment is Worth a Million Lives – Nigel Farage slates Welsh Government – Researchers Claim Vaping Can Cause Car Crashes – E-cigarette study – Patterns of e-cigarette use in New Zealand – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Wed, 13 January 2016

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