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Friday’s News at a glance:- VAPI anniversary: Killer chemicals still on the streets – Grant to Study Using Texts Against Teen Vaping – FDA Plans to Defer PMTA Enforcement for Some Cigars – PMTA Deadline Looms; Still A Major Threat to Thousands of Small Businesses – FDA Shutting Down The Vape Industry – Is F1 Driving Addiction? – Down Under – Parliament and Politics – New Zealand passes legislation – Vaping legislation passes – Reg Clips #25 – Research Fiasco – Largest vaping retailer announce rapid expansion – Judith Collins hits out at ‘weak’ Jacinda Ardern – Juul Labs Sues Over Illegal U.S. Sales – Vaping in Myanmar is now illegal – Malaysian Minister Was Caught Vaping in Parliament – Globe and Mail publishes a misleading article about vaping risks – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: WHO Statement on The US FDA Decision Regarding HTPs ~ ‘Oral nicotine products “infinitely better” than smoking’ ~ Oral Nicotine Pouches, Snus, PM and Hon Nicky Wagner’s SOP ~ Vape group calls for a VAT …

Vaping Digest August 5th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- A Rose by Any Other Name – FDA May Hate Their Guts, But the PMTA Process Favors JUUL – Another Study Finds That Banning Flavours Increases Tobacco Consumption – Combustibles Outperform E-Cigarettes During Pandemic – Question in Parliament – Barmy Malone’s Prohibition Plan – Association Between Vaping and Mental Illness – Training now available for Australian GPs – National denies it’s holding up vaping legislation – 618 Days Of Failure On Vaping

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Friday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarette regulation – money talks – Kentucky’s New Tax Will Keep Smokers Smoking, and Dying – Montana’s Ban on Flavored Vaping – Study Shows Higher Taxes Lead to Increased Smoking – Tried It Didn’t Like It – Vaping is Less Addictive – Smokefree Amendments Deserve Support – COVID Update – How Dr Carolyn became a passionate advocate for vaping – Top 10 tobacco influencers on Twitter in Q2 2020 – Can snus/nicotine protect against Covid-19? – A pragmatic approach to nicotine addiction – Study Shows Teens Vape for the ‘Cool’ Factor – Countries asked to look at innovative products – A state tobacco monopoly looms – Juul Labs submit PMTA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Canada epitomises the fatal impact of flawed research ~ Canadian Constitution Foundation analyzes the constitutionality ~ Time to regulate vape industry ~ Outrage as Melbourne moves to ban VAPING in areas of the CBD that …

Vaping Digest July 29th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Native American Reservations a Haven for New York Vape Shops – Opportunity to reduce tobacco related death – Webinar : Tried it, didn’t like it – Why do many Smokers not get on with Alternatives? – The effects of traditional cigarette and e-cigarette tax rates on adult tobacco product use – Endgames – Hawaii Five-No – UKVIA Leads In Combatting Underage Sales – Smoore’s Valuation Shows Strong THR Appetite

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Canada takes a wrong turn after a flawed paper induces moral panic – How to Make a Public Health Disaster Worse – California Flavor Ban Hearing Needs Participation by Vapers – Differences in Nicotine Intake From Smoking Vs Vaping in Dual Users – Endgames – Another Pie in Glantz’ Face – Government will not ban, York does – AVCA: Kiwi MP’s Plea to Lift Snus Ban Should be Supported – Legislation Without Regulations Makes No Sense – Why Kenya needs to proactively engage tobacco harm reduction – GFN2020: Time to regulate – Juul Quietly Revamped Its E-Cigarette – Global Study Seeks to Confirm Vaping Is Safe – Dr. David Hammond Buries Correction on Teen Smoking Rates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Over 500,000 vapers in Australia now, according to Government study ~ Clarifying Australia’s youth vaping figures ~ Teen vaping is way less common than the news claims ~ Australia’s Imaginary Teen Vaping Epidemic ~ Smoke …

Vaping Digest July 22nd Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- European Harm Reduction Group Launches Manifesto on Behalf of Former Smokers – NZ Delay Call – Italian Study: E-Cigs Are Effective Tools to Decrease Tobacco Consumption – Zyn Boosts Swedish Match’s Second Quarter – Latest Australian data confirms failure of plain packaging – MP’s Smokefree Amendments Deserve Support – Draconian Australia Importation Ban – Kentucky’s About-Face on Tobacco Harm Reduction Could Prove Hazardous – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Stan got it wrong…again – The Vaping Weekly Podcast with Michael McGrady – Stop the Youth Vaping ‘Epidemic’ by Ending Youth Anti-Vaping Campaigns – Vaping on Cardiovascular Health – Smoore Lists on HK Market – ETHRA Experts Write to Blokhuis – Inane Instagram Paper – Academics Not Listening – Puff Bar: A Preview of the Post-PMTA Vaping Industry – National survey suggests vaping is reducing smoking in Australia – National Drug Strategy Household Survey – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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