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Vapers Digest November 16th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Sarah Jakes at the E-Cigarette Summit – E-Cig Summit Roundup 2018 – Youth vaping and the dangers of over-reaction – FDA Will Ban Most Vape Flavors Except in Adult-Only Stores – The ‘Epidemic’ of Underage Vaping – Drakeford’s Back – Thailand To Change Tack? – Does Vaping Reduce Cigarettes Consumed? – Kids As Clickbait: Tobacco Control & Its Unethical War on Vaping – Vaping discussed in the House of Lords – Delhi HC tells States to take dim view – Tobacco Harm Reduction Takes a Hit in Minnesota – Loss of tax behind extreme anti-vaping laws – Juul will continue to sell flavoured e-cigarette pods in Canada – Goodbye to Juul Season – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest November 12th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Truth allowed in advertising – A charter for tobacco harm reduction? – FDA plans clampdown despite smoking at record low – A chorus of idiots – Confused Doctors – Tobacco Control Special Issue Yields Smoke But No Hazard for IQOS Aerosol – GFN 2019: It’s time to talk about nicotine – E-cigarette flavors are good for public health – Tobacco Stocks Burned – A Question of Taste: – The political economy of vaping – Current and future status of Vaping in Thailand? – Smokers’ shift to hike tax on loose tobacco – Vapers fume over government advisory – When reducing harm is an option – Vaping In The News November 10th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest October 29th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Bans continue to spread as FDA noose tightens on pod mods – Revelations about nicotine replacement therapy – A ‘Stalwart Smoker’ Tries iQos – WHO is refusing to listen to the evidence – The Vape Market – Ministers must do more to encourage switch to vaping – Vaping sector could get Brexit boost – Will Thailand Rethink Its Harsh Vape Ban? – Peer review of: Linda Johnson et al – Youth & Vaping – European association acronyms – Vaping In The News October 27th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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 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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Vapers Digest January 29th

Monday’s News at a glance: Police, pharma raids hit every Malaysian vape shop – Sensory Enhancement Or Addiction? – FDA vote is a setback – but not a disaster – for iQOS – American academics release new report as NNA takes on the EU over snus – Why Was The National Academies Report So Wrong About The Gateway Effect? – Cancer Research Ad Provokes Attacks – To vape or not to vape in public … – UK accused of hypocrisy – Beware: No e-cigarettes in Thailand – Vaping In The News 27th January – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 15th December

Friday’s News at a glance: Join The NNA Campaign To Challenge Public Vape Bans – #VapesGiving – 2017! – Public Health Leaders Ask to Be Removed – FDA launches “Every Try Counts” campaign – Adolescent Smoking Rates Reach Historic Lows – Evidence from Freedom to Vape – Deafening Silence From Tobacco Controllers – Vapers: stay away from Thailand – Risk and responsibility – Vuse falls further behind Juul – HIV Won’t Kill You, but Smoking Will – Government Urged to Listen to Māori – Northeast sees rise in use of e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 27th October

Friday’s News at a glance: Travel Advice For Australia Updated For Vapers – New York cracks down again as UK MPs announce vaping inquiry – FDA Chief Effectively Tells Congress Nicotine Is NOT Addictive – How much nicotine is in a cigarette – Vaping helping smokers quit – Use and marketing of electronic cigarettes and personal vaporisers in Australia – Swiss vaper condemned but back home – Azim Chowdhury Weighs In – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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