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Vapers Digest 13th October

Friday’s News at a glance: More official support from the UK, and California vape bans derail – Signage And The Anti-Vaping Status Quo – Consultation on E-cigarette Advertising – Why This, Why Now? – Tobacco control: a Foundation too far? – Foundation for a smoke-free world – When It Comes To Vaping In Pennsylvania – Guam Moves To Restrict Vaping – E-cigarettes linger despite legal threats – Vaping Saves Lives – Doug Teitelbaum is Leading a Crusade – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 6th October

Friday’s News at a glance: Who’s Standing Up To Stop Vaping Being Used As A Tool Of Coercion? – Mixed news from the USA – Stoptober Ecig Support Causes Disagreement – Permanent smoking and vaping ban – The E-Cigarette Summit 2017 – Potential deaths averted in USA – Chemical Exposure in vape stores – How to Choose An E-Cig Mod – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 4th October

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Top doctor calls for total ban on cigarettes, switch to e-cigarettes ~ VTA urges US authorities to deregulate current e-cig rules ~ Declining smoking rates in Canada ~ The Gateway: Reloaded ~ Who wrote a fake

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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 25th September

Monday’s News at a glance: Advertising code at fault over e-cigarette public health ad ban – Regulate In Haste, Repent At Leisure – An Absolute Shitshow – Your views on the NICE consultation – Debunking the claim that only 16,000 smokers switched to vaping – Tobacco control threatens to implode – Studies support reduced risk – Snus company sues Norwegian state – Science Lesson: Does Vaping Lead To Smoking? – ‘Deception’ Over The Risks Of Smoking Alternatives – Thai experts ignoring global consensus – Rise of Vaping in China – Curbing the illicit tobacco trade – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 21st September

Thursday’s News at a glance: Why has IBVTA partnered with Public Health England this Stoptober? – Stoptober backs e-cigs for first time – People quitting smoking hit record high – E-cigs definitely less harmful than smoking – No air pollution variations – National nursing group endorses use of e-cigarettes – Looming September 30 Deadline – NZ study compares the effectivity of e-cigs – Marlboro Man Wants Us All to Quit – Oakland bans flavored tobacco products – The World In Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 18th September

Monday’s News at a glance: Glantz’s ‘expanding tobacco epidemic’ – City regulators throw out new vape age limit ban – Solid foundation, or castle made of sand? – What is Tobacco Harm Reduction? – Researchers judge air quality in vapers’ homes – Scientists on why banning e-cigarettes in India is an epic mistake – Self-regulation key to success – A Case for Nicotine Use – Canada’s response to vaping ‘puzzling’ – Nicotine e-cigarettes a ‘solution’ to help smokers – A round of applause – Vaping In The News ~ September 10th ~ 16th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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 4th September

Monday’s News at a glance:

Send ASH to prison – The War on Nicotine begins – ‘Smoke-free’ campus announcement sparks outrage – University of Limerick students fuming – A replication study under verified realistic use – Final Nail in the Coffin of the NEJM Formaldehyde Study – The 2017 Global E-Cigarette Lithium Battery Market Report – E-cigarette ban can result in adverse consequences – Five Pawns leads Texas disaster relief – Vaping In The News – August 27th – September 2nd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 1st September

Friday’s News at a glance: US man sues over battery explosion, while gateway theory gets another nail in its coffin – Advertising Confusion – Tobacco tax rise punishes low income smokers who cannot quit – More Evidence Suggests E-Cigarettes Help Some Smokers

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