Month: November 2016

Thursdays News at a glance: Eliquid Sweetener Research – WHO tells the world: ban vaping – Another Engineered Study Claims Teen Vaping Leads to Smoking – Folowing the Flock with Pasadena District – Why every e-cigarette user should be a free market libertarian – #ECigSummit – WHO continues focusing on risk – Vapers say smokers deserve alternatives – Need for transparency – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 17 November 2016

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Wednesdays News at a glance: Dancing at the Top – Latest Vaping News – Policy Statement on the use of electronic cigarettes – A tale of two conferences – To vape or not to vape? – Blood Pressure Control in Smokers – Regulating Vapor Products in US cities – E-Cigarette Class Action Suit – Vaping is a gateway to quitting – To smoke or vape? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 16 November 2016

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  Tuesdays News at a glance: COP7 Delegates Smoked Nearly Half A Million Fags – Will ENDS justify the means? – Vapers Are the Unexpected Winners Under a Trump Presidency – Watch all The Rebel’s reports from the UN Nanny …

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Mondays News at a glance: Dateline 2018: A Storm Is Coming – Bad news from WHO and California – COP7 – A View from Outside – COP7 – What happened? – COP 7 – A Disaster? – Do We Know How Risky E-Cigarettes Are? – Can e-cigarettes fight smoking? – FDA Wants Smokers to Continue Smoking – Anti-Transparency On Display At COP7 – E-Cigarette Summit 2016 – Liveblog – Proponents challenge WHO findings – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 14 November 2016

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Fridays News at a glance: FDA to Shut Down Totally Wicked – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – Can Electronic Cigarettes Cause Cancer? – Don’t be fooled by the headlines – INNCO slides COP7 Addressing WHO? – Recognising Anti-Smoking Types – Summary of results for 2015 – Enhancing Tobacco Control in Africa and the Middle East – Association between electronic cigarette use and changes in quit attempts – Technology Will Save Millions of Chinese Lives – UN bullies confirm conspiracy – E-cigarette prohibition will be a huge mistake – COP7 drafts decisions – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 11 November 2016

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Thursdays News at a glance: WHO’s anti-vaping scientific castle of cards toppled (updated) – Vaping, the route to a smokefree New Zealand – What is going wrong at the WHO FCTC? – Reporters Banned From Global Anti-Tobacco Conference – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – MHRA Update Email #11 – Britain must speak up for e-cigarettes – A Billion Lives Reaches India – WHO FCTC’s CoP7: A review across social media – The WHO’s war on e‑cigs – #FCTC: ‘Obsessive and paranoid secrecy’ – Is There a Silver Lining in a Dark Cloud? – Health inequalities and e-cigarettes – California hikes tobacco taxes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 10 November 2016

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Wednesdays News at a glance: A Well-Deserved Award And Meeting Biebert – Meeting Asian Vapers – Marijuana is being legalised, now legalise vaping – Is the worm turning? – A Challenge for Vaping – ‘May’, ‘Might’, ‘Related’, ‘Suggest’, ‘Imply’ – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – Is Bristol Mayor relaxing ban on vaping at work? – A third of councils forcing vapers to use smoking shelters – E-cigarette use in public places – Ex “Winston Man” exposes corrupt science – Vaping Is a Gateway to Quitting – ECIV briefing on the WHO report on vaping – 70% of Filipinos favor vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 9 November 2016

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Tuesdays News at a glance: School playground smoking ban in public health plan – All Animals Aren’t Cows, All Tobacco Isn’t Cigarettes, And Surveys Aren’t Science – Potential cancer causing DNA mutations absent in vape tests – Let Me Help …

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Mondays News at a glance: 87 per cent of UK councils are ignoring advice from PHE – Enfield, A Beacon In A Morass Of Local Insanity – Consistently inconsistent – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – The Shocking State of Local Authority Vaping Policy – #COP7FCTC – After all journalists were BANNED – Experts urge WHO to back THR strategies at CoP7 – A THR Expert Group to advise delegations – The war on what, exactly? – Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller – To vape or not to vape – Investigators Botch Study Results – What conflict of interest accusations really mean – Experts nicely “SLAM” lack of honest and relevant snus information from Sweden – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 7 November 2016

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Fridays News at a glance: Times Of Embarrassment – The Times newspaper apologizes to scientists for defaming article – Big Tobacco and Research – Miscounting Teen Perceptions of E-Cigarettes – A Toast to the WHO – For ’tis the sport to have the FDA Hoist with its own petard – Vaping does not help people stop smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 4 November 2016

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