Month: February 2020

Friday’s News at a glance:- Could new EU law be nail in coffin for vaping? – Trump promises to veto flavours ban – Do Anti-Vaping Ads and Media Actually Encourage Youth Vaping? – Coronavirus and Vaping – Call For Another Retraction – Cold Bath For Foundation – Brits Worried By Vape News – Media Coverage – CDC Closes the Books on “EVALI” – The need for an evidence-based and rational debate on e-cigarettes – Norway and Denmark turn to snus – Smoking ban now covers vape – Government launches border crackdown – Media Vapors Over Vaping Cloud – Do Iowa lawmakers care about vaping facts? – Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater – Government Taxes an Industry It Has Already Wiped Out – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Federal Funds Misspent on Anti-Vaping Research ~ Do Anti-Vaping Ads and Media Actually Encourage Youth Vaping? ~ What schools SHOULD do about teen vaping ~ E-Cigarette Opponents Do More Harm by Snubbing Big Tobacco ~ …

Vapers Digest February 26th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vaping and heart disease: setting the record straight – Envi, the green monster – Canadian Constitution Foundation –  Australia Running Low on E-Cig – ANESVAP Plea – Vaping In The News – February 22nd – EU ENVI Committee exchange of views – Plans for tobacco-free vaping areas – House Will Vote Feb. 27th – The American vaping crackdown: – Bill to restrict vaping and e-cigarette sales – Vaping ad and flavour bans slammed – Vaping law welcomed – A clouded future for e-cigarettes in Myanmar – Caution in reporting researches on vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Most Brits Are Put Off Vaping – EU states give a big thumbs up to tax harmony – IQOS Heat-Not-Burn Products – Channel 4 Dispatches Heat Not Burn special – Norway Says No – Import Ban For Mexico – NNA Warns Tourists – Glantz Study Retracted – Anti-vaping researchers caught red-handed – Journal Retracts “Unreliable” Glantz Study – Acute vs. chronic effects of e-cigarettes – Efforts to Combat E-Cigarette Misuse Could Backfire – Did FDA Create a Regulatory Loophole – Vape Shops Face a Choice: – Flavor prohibitions – Support grows for vaping nicotine – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Junk study on vaping and heart attacks retracted ~ Junk Vape Heart Attack Study Pulled – But Damage is Done ~ Journal retracts hotly contested paper on vaping and heart attacks ~ American Heart Association …

Vapers Digest February 19th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine science and policy Q & A – Virus hammers vape producers – and taxes boost smoking – Petitions, Petitions – News From Parliament – Vaping In The News – February 15th – Canadian Vapers Rally – B.C. Vapers Call for Balanced Regs – AVI condems BCAS move – Conflict of Interest – Flavored tobacco bans lead to unintended consequences – Can technology lower exposure to tobacco linked ailments? – Many questions, few answers – Could tobacco cure coronavirus? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Dr Lund corrects the misinformation – Smokeless Tobacco Users – Anti-Vape Attacks Fuel Big-T Stocks – Ecigs Help The Disadvantaged – Witless Whitty – WHO’s Scientific denialism – Journal Doubles Down to Protect Glantz – Another Vaping Industry Court Loss – New Tobacco Agency Will Not Work – Dismantling NY Mag’s Disgraceful Hit-Job on Vaping – Vaping Lies from the WHO – The Great Gaslighting – Vaping regulations could be subject to constitutional challenges – CDC Is to Blame – What do pharmacists need to know? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: E-cigarettes may be helping disadvantaged smokers to quit ~ Smoking cessation 1: interventions to support attempts at quitting ~ Former smoker describes dramatic impact of his switch to vaping ~ What You Should Know About …

Vapers Digest February 12th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Here is what proper journalism looks like – A rare honest film about vaping – Pressure grows on FDA for tougher ban – What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit? – ITV Not Wonderful Tonight – Consumer Org Slams Irish Political Parties – Vaping In The News – Wanted: billion dollar foundation – Trump calls for ending FDA authority – The Effects of E-Cigarette Taxes – Vaping helped me give up cigarettes – WHO Worries More About Vaping – The health pros and cons for New Zealanders – In Seeking the Truth, you have to get ALL sides – The role of policy in the EVALI outbreak – Think banning flavours will stamp out youth vaping? – Will Vape Bans Drive Kids To Smoking? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ITV should be ashamed of misleading the British public – IBVTA statement on ITV’s Tonight report – UKVIA Responds to ITV Tonight – “Is your vape safe?” We have had enough of the lies – ITV’s ‘How Safe is Your Vape?’ – Our Response – Research: Vaping Helps Smokers Quit – Carry On Daily Mail – 95% Safer Or Not? – Indefensible Inaction by JAHA Editors – E-Cig Execs Beaten and Bullied by House Subcommittee – A Vision for Tobacco Policy; 2020 Edition – Africa: Can Technology Help Reduce Cancer – The good side of nicotine – E-Cigarettes Increasingly Blamed for Lung Illnesses – Congressional Hearing Descends Into a Moral Panic – Evidence on the Effect of Vaping on Smoking Relapse – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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