Month: November 2020

Monday’s News at a glance:- NNA Criticises New Paper and the Support – From one Momvocate to another – WA People support legalising vaping – E-cigarettes and nicotine pouches safer – Escalating Attack on THR Advocates – Lawmakers In U.S. city Anchorage, Alaska Moves To Include Vapes In Tobacco Tax – Where Bans Are Best; The Reverse Is True – A tax on our products amid Covid-19 pandemic will kill business – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Spain SOS – Putting the record straight: consumers are not tobacco industry minions – Hope for quitters! – California Flavor Ban Will Go On Hold Until Nov. 2022 – COP Inquiry – What Ever Happened to – Chowdhery Sees The Positive – CAPHRA Slams Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – More Lung Lies – Irreconcilable Conflict on RegWatch – Kiwi Vaping Advocate Fights Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – Ad voids hampers vape cure – Dear Canadian Smokers: Please Follow Britain’s Guidance – Electronic cigarettes and obstetric outcomes: – “Vaping can be your way out” – Taxing vapes should be handled with care – Kenya lags world in adopting alternatives to smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Vaping does not appear to pose any significant additional risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission ~ A randomised controlled single-centre open-label pharmacokinetic study to examine various approaches of nicotine delivery using electronic cigarettes ~ Main and Interactive …

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Can consumers escape EU Restrictions? – EU tobacco mortality: snus a ‘major factor’ behind Sweden’s low rates – What New Vape Legislation in Canada Means for You – Vaping is a gateway out of smoking – Vaping giant Juul to leave Irish market after less than two years – You Don’t Know Nicotine – Irreconcilable Conflict – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine & the EU: Your chance to be heard – INNCO expresses concern – Suffolk County Tobacco 25 Law Tabled – Nova Scotia’s Constitution Challenged – Positive Evidence About Vaping – New Laws for NZ – Anti-Vape MEP Heading Up Working Group – Be Wary of the Bangkok Cops – Dutch to ban cigarette sales in supermarkets from 2024 – A harm reduction strategy for smoking cessation – San Francisco Considers Ban – Switching to e-cigarettes from smoking reduces toxic exposure – Pod e-cigarettes less harmful than regular cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Stuck in a Time Warp ~ Vaping: The Sensory Experience That Improves Your Chances To Quit Smoking ~ International consumer groups express concerns over foreign grant influence on FDA regulations ~ Africa: What are the …

Vaping Digest 18th November Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 106: Back to front – Another Groundless Gateway, Courtesy of Children’s National Hospital – Sensory experiences and cues among E-cigarette users – Why banning Vaping will be unwise – PayPal Problems Proliferate – PMI Accuse Tobacco Controller Of Lying – Australian Committee Submission – Vietnam needs framework for new-generation cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- When you think you’ve seen it all – Effect of the covid-19 outbreak and the abolition of Public Health England – Anchorage Passes a 55% Tax on Vaping Products – E-Cigarettes Prevail in Cessation Aids Study – AVCA Welcomes New Associate Health Minister – Broken ‘Gateway’ Record Needs Changing – Heartless Heart Association – NY Ordered To Reimburse VTA – Bates On Burning Issues – Contradictions and Conflicts – A pilot comparison to NRT and Champix – Ampol backs easing of restrictions – Africa: Tobacco Harm Reduction – Demystifying Nicotine – Street Drugs Discussions – Policy reforms needed – Abuse liability assessment of the JUUL – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Editorial: New research strengthens the case for e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids, but more evidence is needed ~ Editorial: New research strengthens the case for e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids ~ Expert reaction to the …

Vaping Digest 11th November Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Anti vaping MEP Michèle Rivasi heads “informal” TPD working group – COPD Patients Who Switch From Smoking to Vaping See Long-Term Benefits – Claim that vaping lacks evidence for quitting is misleading and wrong – Ukrainian government approved separate excise stamps for EHTPs – Academic Disconnected From Reality – UKECRF Research Roundup – Vaping More Effective for Smoking Cessation than Nicotine Patch or Gum – Tobacco harm reduction a viable solution – Vape and e-cigarette advocate groups happy with new legislation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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