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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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Monday’s News at a glance:- Harm Reduction in the U.S. – ASH Calls For Smoking Cessation Training – A Sea Change is Underway – The New Nicotine Alliance – European Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates – Effective behavioural support in 2021 and beyond – Crazy PAVeing: An Anti-Ecig Conference – UK E-Cig Stores Back Open – Bloomberg Philanthropy: charity or intrusion? – Bloomberg Anti-Nicotine Lobby  – Japan trounces smoking epidemic – Africa Must Ditch The Dogma To Reduce Tobacco’s Toll – Taipei proposes ban on sale of vaping products – Chinese Vaping Billionaire Became One Of The World’s Richest Women – Smokefree action plan must elevate vaping as a safe switch – Another study finds a good reason to switch – Juul Leaves Canadian Trade Association – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Response to Government’s TRPR Consultation – Banning Sweeteners In Vapes Would Be ‘catastrophic’ – Need For More Robust Campaign For Tobacco Harm Reduction In Sub-Saharan Africa – Officials who act as conduits for foreign vested interest groups should be fired – Alternative Product Harm Perception – RightOn is Way Off – American Harm Reduction Attacks Spiked Tobacco Use – Catastrophic End To The Sweet Life – PACT Act Pushing Many Vape Shops to Close – 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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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Belgian government is making a huge mistake – Australia to ban e-cigarette imports – Government announces major crackdown – Faceless Bureaucrats Announce Vaping Ban – E-cigarette import ban set to continue – COVID, Smoking, and Vaping – Nurses Educated About Vaping – Advocates Call For Germany To Act Wisely – Quit Their Way – How EU safety legislation has affected UK vapers –
Furore over tobacco, nicotine therapy for COVID-19 – Safe Supply Pioneer Presents Vaping as Central to Harm Reduction – US Study: Most E-Cigarette Users Are Ex-Smokers – Why Africa needs harm reduction in bridging gap for smokers – Global Forum on Nicotine 2020 – The 2019 “Evali” Misinfodemic (Part 3) – Smokers, former smokers, never smokers and vapers: a survey by the COEHAR explains their behavior during the lockdown – Worldwide Attack on Harm Reduction Intensifies – 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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Monday’s News at a glance:- FDA’s So-Called Laser Targeted Advertising – Vaping In The News – December 7th – Flavors Aren’t the Main Reason Kids Vape – A ban on flavours will not help reduce smoking levels – Outbreak of Salmonella Poisoning – Sommet De La Vape – Loopy Lung Reports Lambasted – Australia’s ATHRA Heroes – Public Health Officials Should Support E-Cigs – This is the Real Reason Your State Wants to Ban Vaping – Bogus Studies Seek Ruin for Vaping – When patients ask about vaping – Does The ALA Have A Financial Conflict Of Interest? –  Officials list pot vape brands reported in US outbreak – Flavour ban will have ‘little impact – Tobacco-free snus a viable alternative in Africa – Baker mystified by response to vaping ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- New beginnings and old debates – US vapers face a new wave of bans – That teen vaping epidemic – Mysterious vaping illness – latest – A False Connection Between E-Cigs and Heart Attacks – Here We Go Again – NNA ‘Labours’ For Vapers – How Safe Is The BBC? – Irish Flavour Ban Proposal – VTA’s 11 Steps – Epidemic of youth nicotine addiction? – Stoptober 2019 – Turkey to ban e-cigs – Africa missing out – CDC’s Communications – Vaping Illness Update – Vaping Panic – The FDA Plans To Ban Flavored E-Cigs – NY court blocks vaping ban – Altria launches Iqos  in US – Anti-smoking groups butt heads – Nothing but the truth? Not for Congress – THC Lung Illness Patient Speaks Out – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 84: Turf wars in a land down under – Nicotine stimulates receptors to boost memory in older adults -Experts Discuss Ecig Ontology – Vaping In The News March 16th – Gearbest: Not the Best – 11 Million Lies: – Phenomena and Measurement – Purported Links Between Vaping and Heart Attacks – The importance of flavors – Vaping, and the Misguided Morality – As Worldwide Smoking Rates Fall – Liberal access to e-cigs likely to bring benefits – Maha FDA pushes ban on delivery systems – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:

More bad news in USA and Australia, but reality show gets e-cig delivery – Cowardice In The Face Of Bravery – What Happens if You Have No Argument – Evidence, Did You Say? – Wrigley sues e-liquid maker – Why can’t we agree on e-cigarettes? – Strange Bedfellows – Who Hates Indoor Vaping – WHO hit on e-cigarettes info – A year with the PAX Labs Juul vaporizer – Vaping In The News – Nicotine in the News – 17 July – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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