Monthly Archives: October 2015

News Review 18th October

This is the week that was… Nothing earth shattering was in the media this week, but once again many interesting blogs and analysis to enlighten the curious reader were evident. 3 particularly interesting stories will be highlighted here in this

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In the News 16th October

Fridays News at a glance: McKee Defenders Caught Offside – Coming it the Big Un – On e-cigs, doctor might not know best – Regulating disruptive technologies – three papers – There are none so blind as those that will not see – From smoking to vaping to quitting: a nurses’ guide – E-Cigarettes are Becoming a ‘Lifestyle’ Accessory – Scientists Accused Of Cooking The Books To Produce ‘Toxic’ E-Cigarette Study – Ecigs and the tobacco industry: an investor’s view – PAX Stays Ahead of the Curve – Wildwood vaping expo canceled – Why zoning is the next big threat to America’s vape stores -Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Fri, 16 October 2015

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In the News 15th October

Thursdays News at a glance: The Vape Debate: Who Are the Real Shills? – WHO’s Director General’s casual irresponsibility promotes death and disease through protecting the cigarette trade – Richard Smith: How public health moralists are promoting harm from tobacco and helping the tobacco industry – EU chooses corporatism on E-Cigarettes – Thunderclap – Ecigs. Our right not to smoke Tobacco – Linda Bauld on BBC Radio Scotland – American Lung Association: Real Cigarettes are No More Hazardous than Fake Ones – Facebook Calls Vaping Documentary A Billion Lives a Tobacco Product – California Snuffs Out E-Cigarettes – E-cigarettes: The electric avenue – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Thu, 15 October 2015

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A Billion Lives – Censored

Dear Mark Zuckerberg & the Facebook team. The United Nations projects that a billion people will die from smoking this century. That is nearly everyone in the United States & Europe. Dead. There is rampant corruption taking place that is

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In the News 14th October

Wednesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes: What We Know – Welsh Committee Debates Ecig Legislation – CDC Continues to Mislead the Public – Nicotine nazis hate one thing: pleasure – Ecigs, Water Vapour and The Lungs: Should You Be Concerned? – Acrylamide exposure from smokeless tobacco dwarfed by dietary exposure or smoking – Hypocritical “Save Lives” Coalition Proposes Tax On Life-Saving Tobacco Alternative – Electronic cigarette imports to be regulated – Tougher controls urged for e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Wed, 14 October 2015

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In the News 13th October

Tuesdays News at a glance: Aussie Tobacco Control Worse Than North Korea – Battle of Ideas 2015 – Let us repeat that. The most recent Welsh Health Survey failed to find a single vaper who said they had never smoked before. – Swansea Mulls Outdoor E-Cig Ban – Drop in number of NHS anti-smoking products handed out – Italy escalates the war on tobacco – Stop Vape censorship on FaceBook – iSmokeSmart wins case against the DKFZ – New Article Demonstrates Severe Bias by Anti-Tobacco Researchers – The CDC Buries the Lead – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Tue, 13 October 2015

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In the News 12th October

Mondays News at a glance: Crappy Gilmore – Remote Control Begging – What is a ‘throat hit’? Reframing smoking as a sensory practice – E-cigarettes and teenagers on BBC Radio 4 ‘You & Yours’ – A new study reports that e-cigarettes emit toxins to the

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News Review 11th October

This is the week that was… A relatively quiet news week with no major breaking stories, a few news articles appeared following the release of further studies into Very Low Nicotine Content cigarettes (VLNC), which have been widely ridiculed as

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In the News 9th October

Fridays News at a glance: Poxy Proxy – Harms or highs? Regulating narcotics, alcohol and nicotine – Welsh Gov E-Cig Gateway Theory Destroyed By Its Own Evidence – New data reveals the rise and rise of box mods – The EU’s attack on e-cigarettes will bring a golden age of vaping to an end – For public health’s sake, leave vaping alone – Evidence about electronic cigarettes: a foundation built on rock or sand? – NZ Vaping Alliance Launched – Campaign to stub out smoking in Scotland – Cumbria welcomes changes to e-cigs law – Bill to restrict “vaping” moves closer to becoming law in Prince George’s – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Fri, 9 October 2015

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In the News 8th October

Thursdays News at a glance: The tobacco endgame – a critical review of the policy ideas – Blackburn firm Totally Wicked fights for its e-cigs – Vaping discussed on BBC Radio 5 Live – Benefits if You Cut Down Using Low-Nicotine Cigarettes, But Not if You Use E-Cigarettes – Tom Steyer spending for California cigarette tax – Nicotine delivery, retention, and pharmacokinetics – Drivers should be held criminally responsible for smokers – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Thu, 8 October 2015

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