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Vapers Digest May 30th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: The WHO abuses its authority ~ ‘Public Health’ Crooks ~ E-Cigarette Giant Rips The ‘WHO’s Silence On Vaping’ ~ E-Cigarettes Reduce Adult Smoking ~ Vaping ~ Harm Reduction? “Phuket”, Says Thai Army ~ Smoking without guilt

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Vapers Digest May 11th

Friday’s News at a glance: A perfect opportunity – The IBVTA has its say in Parliament – Pediatrics Editors Claim Compliance – Campaign For Tobacco-Free Kids – FDA ‘Jumps The Shark’ – VT – Help stop a tax on vaping! – The changing world of tobacco harm reduction – NZ Study Hits Out At Public Health – The Kiwi law which shows Australia up – E-cigarettes in hospitals? – Teen Vaping Is ‘Hardly An Epidemic’ – Moving Backwards – Transparency, transparency, transparency – Russian HNB Research – £2bn fire-sale of a cigarette empire – Smokers could be jailed for 3 months – Vaper Expo 2018 – Was It The Best Ever? – World News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest April 6th

Friday’s News at a glance: Ten perverse intellectual contortions: – More Junk Science From Glantz – Splinter Cells – Failure To Quit Smoking Causes Vaping – UC San Francisco Authors – Labour MP Speaks About VApril – Nurses Given Quit-with-Vape Tips – Doctors urged to recommend e-cigs  – Opposition to e-cigs is running out of puff – Health Organizations Criticized – Why E-Cigs Should Be Legalized – Vape Bill for Kiwis – Govt to study ill-effects of e-cigarettes – Vaping Banned in Redmond’s Parks – Elmhurst City Council – Rhode Island Sets The Stage – U.S. Vaping Industry Roiled by Setbacks – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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