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In the News April 21st

Thursdays News at a glance: The tobacco control high command has lost its way – A tale of two epidemics: – More Fun With Public Health And E-cigs – Indoor Vaping ‘Unlikely’ To Pose A Health Risk – Pro-vaping Assembly candidates have raised £4,000 – Smoking still banned – but you can freely puff on e-cigs on Vale Hospital grounds – NHS Fife says e-cigarette ban in hospital grounds will remain in place – The New Zealand Initiative – Health district clears the air on proposed vaping rules – Vape and vapour products debut in international standardization – Wasserman Schultz Slammed For Opposition To E-Cigarettes – Canberra: hiding something on e-cigs? – Federal Court forces drug regulator to consider nicotine inhaler case – West Virginia Cigarette Tax Hike Bill Goes Up in Smoke – Heartland Institute Vaping Experts React – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 21 April 2016

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In the News April 19th

Tuesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes allowed on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde sites – Vapers Win Big: House Committee Passes Amendment To Save E-Cigarettes – Shaman’s Revenge? – The Ecig officially recognized in smoking risk reduction – Medical Group With Financial Ties To Big Pharma Accused Of Lying – 28 Proven Health Benefits of Nicotine – Vaping, leaving Public Health behind? – Study finds nicotine safe – Sedgwick County employees can now use e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 19 April 2016

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In the News April 12th

Tuesdays News at a glance: The Customer Is A Nuisance, Not Always Right – Welsh Assembly Elections – Council makes it official — you can’t smoke or vape at bus stops – Hundreds Hit The Streets To Protest Ontario’s Vaping Ban Proposal – Legislative Overkill – CVA Files Constitutional Challenge In Quebec – Can e-cigarettes continue as the fastest growing industry in the UK? – Save E-Cigarettes From The FDA- Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – Can Philip Morris International Inc. Reignite E-Cig Growth With the New iQOS? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 12 April 2016

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In the News April 11th

Mondays News at a glance: I Vape… – Just in case – Slip sliding away – The Canonisation Of Clive Bates, Part 3 – What’cha doin? – US Senate May Consider Ban of E-cigs in Carry On Bags – Badges, a mountain run, a Skype call… – Whinges about healthy e-cigs are just hot air – Vaping Opponents Can Miraculously Read People’s Minds – “I vape and I am eligible to vote, but seldom do it” is probably a better slogan – At the UK’s Biggest Vaping Show, the Future Looks Hazy – Raising voices against vaping bans – e-Cigs Cut Tobacco Use in Patients – Groups await FDA tobacco rule – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 11 April 2016

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In the News March 21st

Mondays News at a glance: Why I Love E-Cigs #497 – Tobacco21: Raising the Bar. Again – The Death of Public Health – Convenience and competition are key for emerging products – Open letter to Pembrokeshire County Council: Response – Propylene glycol classified as toxic? There’s no scientific proof for that! – Fiscal health before public health? – HuffPo Scrambles To Fix E-Cig Story Amid Torrent Of Criticism – Second e-cig study finds raising age limit may have backfire effect – Academics Devise Surveillance System – Are Anti-Vaping Zealots Breaking The Law? – Consumers and businesses should set vaping rules – Vape shops to cough up fee to protect youth – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 21 March 2016

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In the News March 17th

Thursdays News at a glance: Harmful and negligent to ignore unintended consequences of e-cigarette policies – Welsh Government Vaping Ban FAILS At The Eleventh Hour – Vapers just wanna have fun – Ending on a high – A Triumph For Repulsive Anti-Social Snobbery – The Hungarian ecig – Vapour Trails TV – Adam Tredwell: Let smokers quit their own way – Public Health Bill defeated in the Welsh Assembly – An old letter to the editor about Glantz’s ad hominems – Buttout Ontario! Vaping saves lives – Nicotine, the Wonder Drug? – How much nicotine kills a human? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 17 March 2016

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In the News March 16th

Wednesdays News at a glance: There’s Only One Person To Blame, Drakeford – Welsh Government Vaping Ban FAILS At Last Hurdle! – Harmonised classification – Toward Automated E-cigarette Surveillance: Spotting E-cigarette Proponents on Twitter – Ontario’s vaping policy: Did smoke get in their eyes? – Association of Youth E-Cigarette Bans – Tobacco tax affects state revenue – Anti-smoking bills treat everyone as kids – Experts Come Out Of The Woodwork – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 16 March 2016

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In the News March 15th

Tuesdays News at a glance: See How They Run – Huff & Puff – Open letter to Pembrokeshire County Council – Huffing and puffing – Dr. Margaret Cuomo: Credibility. Hoax Alert! – Physician in Huffington Post Video Declares that Smoking is No More Harmful than Vaping – EU: Towards a tax increase on vaping products – EU TPD: All member states might not be ready – No cell stress from Vype vapor – California anti-nicotine package vaporizes common sense – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 15 March 2016

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In the News March 11th

Fridays News at a glance: Sacrificial Lambs – Round and round we go – When is smoking socially unacceptable? – Mixed reaction to proposed e-cigarette ban – The Ecig less dangerous than smoking – Metals: Do we have to be wary with ecigs aerosols? – Electronic Cigarette Age Restrictions May Drive Teens to Traditional Cigarettes – CVS to Spend $50 Million on Antismoking Program – New SubOhm Vaper Danger – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 11 March 2016

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In the News March 9th

Wednesdays News at a glance: Surreal Stuff In The Lords – E-cigarette ban wins support – Vaping – is the jury still out? – Stop saying it’s not an e-cigarette ban – Does a tobacco-free world need to be nicotine free? – Half of North-East smokers used e-cigarettes – Vapers, ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated? – Campaigns and counter campaigns – Belgian vapers mobilize against the Royal decree – Health Effects and Demographics of Electronic Cigarette Users. – WHO Urges All Countries To Ban Smoking – Taxation: Electronic Cigarettes – E-cigarette ban monstrous – Vaping ban defeated in Ansonia – Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 9 March 2016

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