Month: June 2021

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Is It Time To Rethink Nicotine for People With Mental Challenges? ~ Innovation in nicotine delivery tech seen to reduce deaths from smoking ~ Cyber-stalking, anti-vaping fanatics ~ The Truth Will Prevail ~ Chinese vaping …

Vapers Digest 30th June Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Homeless people to be given free e-cigarettes as part of new trial – New study: nicotine pouches have 99% lower toxicity than cigarettes – The SSA talks to Caitlin Notley – European Parliament’s BECA draft – Hancock Out – Javid In – Ice Cream Demonstration – Over 10,000 Canadians Call on Parliament – An educational intervention can help vapers – Encouraging smokers to switch – Achieving Smokefree 2025 goal will be costly – Japan FY 2020 cigarette sales dive – India govt needs to embrace THR – Consider THR for smoking cessation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Patients should be offered advice on vaping – Matt Myers in 2003 and Today – The Vaping Study You Haven’t Heard Of – House Dems Reject Proposed FDA User Fees – World Vape Day – AVCA Applauds Minister – Taxing Times For Europe – Why ignore evidence in the debate – Did Philippines FDA break the law? – Attacks On Vaping, Politically Timed – Anti-Vaping Laws Have Criminal Justice Ramifications – Inside Singapore’s Thriving Black Market – Canada: Vape Policies Could Increase Smoking – Public health seen benefitting from harm reduction – Study explores memory benefits of nicotine – Ignorance is bliss? – Vape stores push back – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: The WHO’s war on vapers ~ Global Forum on Nicotine Conveys Cautious Optimism for Tobacco Harm Reduction ~ UK breaks from ‘flawed’ EU science with vow of evidence-based snus ban review ~ Asian consumer group …

Vapers Digest 23rd June Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- The Global Forum on Nicotine – GFN Focuses on Harm Reduction – Foul Play in New Zealand – Two Federal Agencies Aimed at Protecting Persons, Two Different Approaches to Harm Reduction – Legalising snus – Nuances of the flavoured vaping debate explained – Health Canada abdicates its responsibility – E-cigs vs Covid: never mind the science – Wrong information deters smokers from switching – Africa: Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Make its Way Out of Controversy? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The WHO’s war on e-cigarettes – Man, Oh Man, That San Fran Flavor Ban! – D.C. Council Votes to Prohibit Flavored Vapes – Experts Call For Global Access to Safer Nicotine – Leaked: Bloomberg-funded ‘Campaign – Flavored tobacco bans won’t achieve desired outcomes – Government plan should do more to promote vaping – Estonia dreams of becoming smoke-free – Vaping: Part of The Solution – Don’t Obsess Over Teen Vaping – Don’t Obsess Over Teen Vaping – Balkan Smoke – E-Cigarette ban in Ind – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: The Impact Of COP9 On Vapers ~ Politicians Cite COVID-19 Science; What About the Smoking Pandemic? ~ Exposed: Bloomberg’s Anti-Tobacco Meddling in Developing Countries ~ It’s up to Drug Reformers to Stop the War on …

Vapers Digest 16th June Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- COP9 and Its Impact on Vapers – German Parliament Approves Tobacco Tax Hike – E Cigarettes On the NHS – Mayo Clinic Study: Vapers NOT More Likely to Get COVID – Great majority of vapers have managed to quit smoking – Dear Tobacco Control – Vaping store sees record sales post-lockdown – D.C.’s Flavor Ban is Rushed and Hushed – Oregon’s New Vaping Restrictions Will Drive Kids to Smoke – Regulate vaping to keep youth vaping incidences to a minimum – Cops Tased and Beat Teens – Vape Flavour Petition Dismissed Despite Mounting Evidence – New Brunswick’s rushed flavour ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA EU Nicotine Users Survey – ETHRA Survey Says the EU Is Anti Harm Reduction – 3 of 10 EU smokers would switch to snus if it were legal – The War on Tobacco Flavors Is Another Element of the TIP-TOE Game Plan – Protest in Netherlands shows importance of flavours – The Vape Debate: Sticks and stones may break your bones – How to Beat the Tobacco Smoking Epidemic – World No Tobacco Day 2021 – SBA Urges Another Year of Sales for PMTA-Submitted Products – Vaping scare stories undermine international efforts to curb smoking – Between 2 Vapes Episode 7 Dr. Mark Tyndall – Electronic Cigarette Use Is Not Associated with COVID-19 Diagnosis – Minister Seeking Broad Views On Smokefree Applauded – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Journalists criticize research on COVID-19 by confusing it with tobacco harm reduction and by making false allegations about conflicts ~ Four things about the Commission’s TPD implementation report ~ CAMH Lower-Risk Nicotine Guidelines: A step …

Vapers Digest 9th June Read More »

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