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Vapers Digest September 28th

Friday’s News at a glance:- EU Tries Again – The WHO’s immortality delusion – Everything you need to know about the FCTC COP8 junket – FDA Ignores Improving Health with E-cigarettes – Updated Government Guidance – Goniewicz Lies With Logs – Georgia County Will Prosecute Teen Vapers – The FDA May Ban Online Sales of E-Cigarettes – How does dual use of e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes change over time? – Is Vaping Just a Short-term Fad? – Dick Durbin Argues – Juul under growing FDA scrutiny – Why TN must reverse ban on e-cigarettes – Hempstead Town Board targets vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 24th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Dear Family, Friends, Parents, Educators – Progress in Australia at last – Australia’s Ruling Liberal Party Sees the Light on Vaping – Battery Warnings – Messages matter: The Tobacco Products Directive – Dr Farsalinos – A Cat At Night – Oregon’s New Packaging Rules Take Effect – FDA’s Unjust War on Vaping – FDA’s Anti-Vape Bathroom Campaign Slammed – FDA FOIA: Vaping Leadership FAIL – Media Coverage of E-Cigarette News – ASH on youth and e-cigarettes – Demand for e-cigarettes booming in Germany – Goa urged to ban use of E-Cigarettes – New FDA rules are ineffective – Vaping In The News September 22nd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 17th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Bad news from the FDA, but more experts push to support vaping – Vaping,Vultures and Cars – FDA Fallout – A subtle tobacco control self-contradiction lie – Will the Government Ban E-Cigarettes? – Misguided effort to stop Americans from vaping – TN bans production, sale and use of e-cigarettes – $20 million grant will fund continued research – E-cigarette makers protest stringent rules – FDA Buckles Under Anti-Vaping Pressure – India’s vape crusaders – Vaping In The News September 15th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 3rd

Monday’s News at a glance:- NNA newsletter August 2018 – Glantz strikes again, but good news on switching for COPD patients – Anonymous Lancet Editorial – Tobacco Company Stock Price Climbs – Let’s try to get our criticisms right, shall we? – Federal Plan on Tobacco Harm Reduction Needs Improvement – UAE considering lifting ban on e-cigs – Most vapers are not ‘dual users’ – ATHRA’s independence reaffirmed – Time to lift it – Vaping offers real promise – AVI says will move court – Inspection of 59 “Vape Shops” – Does the FDA have the willpower to quit cigarettes? – Vaping In The News – September 1st – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest August 20th

Monday’s News at a glance: British politicians push for more vaping – Educating Dr Stephen – Let’s give the vapers a break -FCTC will declare war on heat not burn – Guidance for conversations with patients – Contrasting Approaches to Teen Harm Reduction – E-cigarettes and harm reduction – UK Vape Entrepreneurs – Are ecigarettes bad for your health? – A balanced view of ad hominem judgments – The President’s Promise to Cut FDA Red Tape – Study Will Examine the Effects of Vaping Regulations – Farsalinos Submits Study to FDA – The need for affordable harm reduction products – Sex, cars and e-cigarettes – Let’s follow UK on e-cigarette regulations – AMA must stop misleading on vaping – A no brainer – House urges DOH to promote tobacco alternatives – To smoke or not to smoke – Vaping In The News August 18th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest August 13th

Monday’s News at a glance: Vaping bans continue to spread as politicians ignore harm reductions – Gottlieb’s New Statement – WA Liberal party calls for vaping to be legalised – Vapers Prefer Fruit and Dessert Flavors – Meet America’s vaping ‘superhero.’ –  Evidence over prejudice: Ending the anti-vaping hysteria – Iowa attorney general backs new polices – Guernsey Harbours want smoking ban lifted – Big Tobacco poised to enter the vaping market – Ban on e-cigarettes to reduce safer choices for smokers – E-cigarettes included in tobacco control – Smoking ban must extend to include e-cigarettes – Vaping In The News August 11th

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Vapers Digest August 6th

Monday’s News at a glance: Bad news from USA and UK as regulation and taxes threaten vapers – The FDA Blatantly Hands E-Cig Market To Big Pharma – Shooting the messenger – Vaping tax a daft idea – Aaron Biebert, Uncut – Two Years Later – Twitter Twaddle – Oral Cancer – Deadline Nears for Nicotine Warning Labels on Ads – All lit up over more smoking bans – Chinese tobacco regulators call for ban on e-cigarettes – Irish people are the third biggest vapers – Vaping In The News August 4th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 30th

Monday’s News at a glance: Lawyers circle JUUL Labs as pro-vaping MP pressures UK government – When An English Major Becomes A Health Editor – Expert reaction to conference talk – Inaccurate Smokeless Tobacco Label – Vaping in SA may cost more – Tougher anti-tobacco laws in the pipeline – Tobacco tax, Montana’s November ballot – Butting in – The Vaping Boom – How e-cigarettes are making a difference –  Vaping In The News – July 28th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 23rd

Monday’s News at a glance: Harry’s blog 64: What if…..? – Challenging a bad tobacco law – UK faces a vaping dilemma – How Low Will They Go? Discouraging Smokers From Switching – The Big Public Health donkeys – Users Sue Juul for Addicting Them to Nicotine – Vapers’ outrage over 100 per cent tax – Is the American Vaper an Endangered Species? – Exhaled e-vapor particles evaporate in seconds – High Temp Vaping Is OK Says Research – Is Tobacco Industry’s innovation a win for public health? – Smoke-free alternatives to cigarettes – Group left disappointed at confusing advocacy – Vaping In The News July 21st – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest July 20th

Friday’s News at a glance: Tobacco Control Plan debate – Grandad’s New Resource – Fight the EU Vape Tax – Tax takes toll on vaping market – Stop advertising “healthier” tobacco products – Juul In The UK – Gaslighting, Not Evidence – Global E-cig & Vaporizer Market To Grow – Truth Initiative Endorses and Condemns Vaping – Vaping and using nicotine patches in pregnancy linked to cot death – Nicotine is NOT Cause of Death in 14-year-old – The case for defunding the WHO – ‘Smoke Free Victoria’ plan – Gov’t Eyes $200m in Additional Revenue – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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