Tag: Anti-THR Lies

Vaping Digest April 19th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Vapers should prepare to steer clear of Hong Kong – Tobacco Wars collateral damage: feature, not bug – Vaping and Heart Attacks – Satan’s Vapes – US School “Crackdown” – New Bill in Congress Would Destroy the Vape Industry – The FDA’s Runaway Trolley Problem – FDA Holds IQOS Heat-Not-Burn Hostage – Nicotine replacement: when quitting cigarettes, consider using more nicotine, not less – Rite Aid Is Wrong to Stop Selling Vapes – Popcorn Lung, Formaldehyde, and Now Seizures, Oh My! – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest April 8th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Myth and misunderstanding around vaping – What is a lie?, revisited – THR In The Lords – Bus man Burnt By Battery – Vaping In The News April 6th – Proposed bill would raise national legal sales age – Added Sugar in Cigarettes – Did You Know? – Vaping is attracting cautious support – Potential of Snus in Malawi/ Africa – Wrestling with Curiosity and Fear About Nicotine – Diagnosing the Youth Vaping ‘Epidemic’ – Bill to regulate cigs, e-cigs in pipeline – NGO writes to PMO for regulations on vaping products – Regional consumer group backs local vapers – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest April 1st

Monday’s News at a glance:- The many reasons why the #VApril campaign should be supported – Switch on to Vaping – VApril – Teenage vaping epidemic: hype or fact? – Vaping In The News March 30th – New statistics about vape risk misperception – Indian Government ‘Shot Down’ – McLaren debut e-cigarette branding – Flavoured e-cigs are nothing to fear – E-cigs should be treated as a normal consumer good – Top E-Juice CEO Reacts to Youth Vaping Epidemic – Wowsers should take a deep breath – Tougher new e-cigarette laws begin in SA – E-cigarette Public Health Messaging – Why banning vaping is a mistake – FDA Chief Shouldn’t Block Alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest March 18th

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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Vaping Digest March 13th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Government messages are still not getting through to NHS trusts ~ National No Smoking Day – Tackling Confusion Over Vaping ~ Easier access to nicotine vaping products likely to improve public health and reduce health system

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Vaping Digest March 8th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Smoking is not addictive – Federally Funded Authors Promote Misperceptions – Half of Yorkshire smokers and ex-smokers would NOT try vaping – New Bills in Congress Would Ban Vape Flavors – Rahman Not Using His Noodle – Goodbye Gottlieb – Gottlieb’s Legacy – FCC Crackdown on E-Cig Ads is a Danger to Public Health – How Vape Shops Make the World a Better Place – Anti-E-Cigarette Puritans Put Lives at Risk – JUUL Wants to Promote Itself as a Quit-Smoking Product – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest March 6th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Gottlieb Resigns from FDA; the Future of Vaping Remains Uncertain ~ FDA Commissioner Gottlieb, who raised alarms about teen vaping, resigns ~ FDA Supremo Scott Gottlieb Resigns – Will This End the ‘War On Vaping’ In

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Vapers Digest October 29th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Bans continue to spread as FDA noose tightens on pod mods – Revelations about nicotine replacement therapy – A ‘Stalwart Smoker’ Tries iQos – WHO is refusing to listen to the evidence – The Vape Market – Ministers must do more to encourage switch to vaping – Vaping sector could get Brexit boost – Will Thailand Rethink Its Harsh Vape Ban? – Peer review of: Linda Johnson et al – Youth & Vaping – European association acronyms – Vaping In The News October 27th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest October 24th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Tobacco Control Discussions Cannot Ignore Harm Reduction Products ~ Reflections on a decade of editing Tobacco Control ~ It shouldn’t matter who makes safer products ~ Treating E-Cigs as Traditional Cigarettes Could Lead to Misguided Research

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Vapers Digest October 19th

Friday’s News at a glance:- How Dare You Reduce Harm! – Italian vapers say people matter more than money – Harry’s blog 72: Heat and Burn – Tobacco is way out of FDA’s skill-set – Nicoventures No-No – Vaping Is Helping More Smokers Quit – South Park Vapes – November 13th Stakeholder Event – Why We Work With the Tobacco Industry – FDA to consider limiting e-cig sales to vape shops – Huge push for Australia to join the UK and legalise vaping – Vaping – the double-edged sword – Vaping ban discriminates against smokers with mental illness – Governmental Attack on JUULing is Unsound – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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