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Vapers Digest 19th October

Thursday’s News at a glance: No Such Thing As The Slippery Slope – Land of the Rising Sum – The Latest Form of Witch-hunting? – Mugabe: WHO Role Model Of The Month – New Vaping Insights – Make space for the vapes – Tobacco Control Plan – Canada’s ‘abstinence only’ approach – A brief history of vaping – Dubai cracks down on public vaping – Coming Down With The Vapers – Vaping can improve public health – San Leandro bans flavored tobacco – E-Cigs and Your Teeth – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 12th October

Thursday’s News at a glance: Is Australia falling behind on tobacco policy? – “Deception or Evasion” – Is this the beginning of the end for vaping in Canada? – WHO Hates The Foundation – Ban on free tobacco samples includes e-cigs – Liberal California Gov. Rejects Ban – Heated, smokeless tobacco could surpass e-cigarettes – Tobacco 21 Is a Catch-22 – Vaping Report Used To Control Choice – Family Demands Justice For Shot Vaper – Vaping fashion – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 5th October

Thursday’s News at a glance: Vaping as a Stick – Case For E-Cigs Continues To Strengthen – Feasibility of amendment to Tobacco Act – FDA Fixes One Problem – Vaping can save 6.6 million lives – Health advocates urge review of research –  Philip Morris commits to a ‘smoke-free’ future – E-cigarettes work: I’d prescribe them if I could – Researchers wonder if vaping can cure tonsillitis

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Vapers Digest 2nd October

Monday’s News at a glance: When enough is enough – Smokefree Scotland – Letter to the World Health Organization – Public Health Officials Urge Use of ENDS – London firefighters promote vaping – FDA is getting ready – How Vaping Leads To Smoking Cessation – Youth Smoking And Vaping Rates Plummet – DOH urged to classify e-cigarettes – Lindenhurst moves to ban e-cigarette stores – Ban smoking for under-21s – Vaping In The News – September 30th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 29th September

Friday’s News at a glance: Social Media Snooping – More bad formaldehyde research, and more bad laws – When The Dam Burst – Lies, Damn Lies & the Inconvenient Truth – Brigade ‘butts’ into vaping campaign – We get it, you did a blog about vaping – A Billion Dollar Foundation – Why you should attend GFN in Dublin – Vaping Yourself To Health – Turkey: police fine 800 vapers – The Vaping Population Is Increasingly Made Up Of Former Smokers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 28th September

Thursday’s News at a glance: Vape Shops Mandated To Register Their Products But Can’t Due To FDA System Failure – Diary of an Ex-Smoker – A Vaper’s Story – Cyprus passes a tax on e-liquid – Question and Answers on Vaping – 2016 CDC Data Shows E-Cigarette Use Declines Again – UAE doctors stand firm over e-cigarettes – Sympathomimetic Effects of Acute E‐Cigarette Use – Inhalation of Propylene Glycol in E-cigarettes – Cancer Survivors Who Quit Live Longer – Classification of Twitter Users Who Tweet About E-Cigarettes – Blowing E-Smoke – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 20th September

  Wednesday’s News at a glance: Big Tobacco Has a Death Wish ~ Let’s Beat Big Tobacco ~ Think Globally, Act Locally Part I & II ~  Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia Incorporated (DANA) ~ WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco

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Vapers Digest 14th September

Thursday’s News at a glance: Sinner, Keep Sinning – We Need The Cash – Prodnoses, Fussbots and the Erosion of Liberty – IBVTA writes to the CEO of the Association of British Insurers – Studying Twitter – The Corruption of Public Health – VAPEXPO arrives in Barcelona – Robert West discusses vaping and smoking – Consultation on E-cigarette Advertising – E-cigarette company’s appeal bid – Why is Phillip Morris spending $1 billion – Resolution of recurrent tonsillitis – Senate Inquiry rejects legislation – Heat Not Burn – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 11th September

Monday’s News at a glance:

Notts mental health patients are being encouraged to quit smoking – Take action to stop an outrageous tax on vaping! – Vapers have a voice! Bill S-5 and petition E-1237 – Vape Crimewatch – E-cigarettes and youth smoking – Three conference papers on e-cigarettes – FDA’s Innovative Plan – Edmonds college campus’ smoking, vaping ban – Another Reason Not to Quit – Vaping In The News September 9th, 2017 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 7th September

Thursday’s News at a glance:

GFN Dialogues (Autumn 2017) – Dublin – Surgeon General report on e-cigarettes based more on fiction than facts – Eight priorities identified for tobacco control research – Philip Morris to go to trial over ‘Heets’ – Have scientists identified another benefit of nicotine? – E-cigarette expo goes up in smoke – San Francisco flavor ban will be decided by the voters – Party positions – North Royalton bans e-cigarettes – New E-Cig Rules For Manitoba Minors – Where are the e-cigarette regulations? – Vape News In Brief – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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