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Vapers Digest March 12th

Monday’s News at a glance: The World Conference on Tobacco or Prohibition – The enemy of my enemy is not my friend – Tobacco use rises for first time in decade – Beyond a Binary Approach – Italian Authorities Raid Vaping Expo – The In-Between – Ditch Anti-Vaping Rhetoric – No Harm in Passive Vaping – Warning to Vaping Drivers – Preventing Smoking Progression in Young Adults – Experts dispel myths – US health group backs e-cigs too – Alaska Senate approves youth ban – Activist to continue lobbying – Vaping In The News – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest March 9th

Friday’s News at a glance: A Terrified Industry – The mob behaviour of tobacco control – How Low Will They Go? – Sorting The Lies And The Truth At #WCTOH2018 – E-cigarette flavors and aldehyde emissions – Trace Toxins, Present in All Teens, Improperly Blamed on E-Cigarettes – Just Who Is Actually Marketing Vapes To Children? – Glantz Attacks UK Quit Claims – New FDA Study on Battery-Related Injuries – IQOS: Good Thing, or Bad? – A Billion Lives & The Winston Man – American Cancer Society Issues New E-Cigarette Policy Statement – Vape Lies in Lions Bay – UK report finds there is no harm in passive vaping – Has ‘JUULing’ Caused Cancer – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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