Tag: Michelle Minton

Vaping Digest April 19th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Vapers should prepare to steer clear of Hong Kong – Tobacco Wars collateral damage: feature, not bug – Vaping and Heart Attacks – Satan’s Vapes – US School “Crackdown” – New Bill in Congress Would Destroy the Vape Industry – The FDA’s Runaway Trolley Problem – FDA Holds IQOS Heat-Not-Burn Hostage – Nicotine replacement: when quitting cigarettes, consider using more nicotine, not less – Rite Aid Is Wrong to Stop Selling Vapes – Popcorn Lung, Formaldehyde, and Now Seizures, Oh My! – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest April 17th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Vaping is far safer than smoking and can help smokers quit ~ FDA Created the Youth Vaping Epidemic, Now It’s Doubling Down ~ Bizarre FDA vaping retail restrictions more likely to do harm than good ~

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Vaping Digest April 15th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Vaping hysteria locks more toilet doors, Filipino FDA comes under fire and the pro-harm crusade continues – In Approaching Nicotine, Let’s Learn From Past – Vaping In The News April 13th – Vaping on Radio 4 – Vape shops are everywhere – Jan’s viewpoint on Vaping Policy Forum – How Hong Kong vaping ban could hurt smokers – FDA Created the Youth Vaping Epidemic – US cigarette sales slump as vaping hits new heights – Vaping, Smoking, Driving, Voting. When Are You An Adult? – Juul launches a pilot program – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest April 5th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Urgent need for health professionals to be better educated – Harry’s blog 85: The truth deficit – A Guide for Stop Smoking Services – Don’t just sit there and let Hong Kong ban vaping – Fear of Vapor Rules the Schools – FDA Fearmongering – Bye, Felicia: Gottlieb Leaves FDA – CTFK Lobbying in Bangladesh – JUUL Evidence Renders Attacks Toothless – Gottlieb’s Parting Shot At Vaping – Radical Research Is Positive – Vape Jam 2019 – Vaping Taxes Do Not Deter Youth Use of E-Cigarettes – Sharpless Shouldn’t Stop Snus – Where Anti-Vaxxers and Anti-Vapers Meet – Cannabis Vs. Nicotine Paradox – Youth smoking in New Zealand continues to fall – Tobacco industry facing ‘difficult’ times – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest March 13th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Government messages are still not getting through to NHS trusts ~ National No Smoking Day – Tackling Confusion Over Vaping ~ Easier access to nicotine vaping products likely to improve public health and reduce health system

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Vaping Digest March 8th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Smoking is not addictive – Federally Funded Authors Promote Misperceptions – Half of Yorkshire smokers and ex-smokers would NOT try vaping – New Bills in Congress Would Ban Vape Flavors – Rahman Not Using His Noodle – Goodbye Gottlieb – Gottlieb’s Legacy – FCC Crackdown on E-Cig Ads is a Danger to Public Health – How Vape Shops Make the World a Better Place – Anti-E-Cigarette Puritans Put Lives at Risk – JUUL Wants to Promote Itself as a Quit-Smoking Product – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest December 7th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Fear Profiteers – Between a hard rock and a soft face – Local tobacco control profiles for England – New Bipartisan Anti-Vaping Bill – AMA advice to MPs set to trigger more deaths from smoking – PMTA for low-nicotine cigarettes – The Lamentable Lancet – PMI Accuse Tobacco Controller Of Lying – UK vaping regulation after Brexit – Shake And Vape – Gottlieb Doesn’t Monkey About – Erie County bans smoking in cars with kids – Need for a ‘consistent’ science-based view on e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 18th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: NNA discusses the post-Brexit environment with MPs ~ NNA’s Reaction to Scotland’s Tobacco Control Plan ~ For Sake of Public Health, FDA Should Not Ban E-cigarette Flavors ~ FDA Should Listen to People Not Bots ~

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Vapers Digest June 25th

Monday’s News at a glance: GFN 2018 – The duty of curiosity – Run Your Own Race – Why don’t more young women vape? – UK study says vaping is viable for harm reduction – Can vaping help long term smokers quit? –  Losing Sight of the Prize – Are e-cigarettes tobacco products? – ‘Healthier, happier, freer’ – Global and local perspectives on tobacco harm reduction: – Last Chance for the 115th – Nicotine doesn’t kill smokers – Pa. can levy tobacco tax on e-cigarettes – E-cigarette users slam government’s proposed ban – Thailand worst country for vapers – Pro-vaping group insists it’s safe – Latvia to hide cigarettes from view – Vaping In The News June 23rd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 11th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Global Forum On Nicotine ~ Truth-telling, trust and e-cigarettes ~ Doctors Have An Ethical Obligation ~ Anti-Smoking Groups Need to Embrace E-cigs ~ Rendez-vous with Louise Ross ~ Is Teen Vaping Really An Epidemic? ~ Two

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