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Friday’s News at a glance:- Can vapers trust Big Tobacco? – Blackpool MPs new call to tackle smoking – China Set to Prohibit Sales – Smokers Rush to Stock Flavored E-cigs – Ideological Aversion to Harm Reduction – Despite Bloomberg’s Billions Fooling You – NHS Still Failing on VBA Training – 82 Million Vapers – Oz Must Embrace Vaping – Findings From Scottish Prisons – Don’t Ban Synthetic Nicotine – FDA Has 120 Days to Regulate Synthetic Nicotine – Who Will Be the First Person To Go to Prison? – US Smoking Hits Record Lows – Protected by the SRNT Bubble – Vape Keeps Beating the Odds – Let’s be scientific, not ideological – Vaping flavour bans – South Africa flirts with e-cig tax – Tobacco harm reduction critical – Four Basic Consumer Rights Not Respected – COP9: Philanthropic Funding or Manipulation? – Vaping Advocates Launch Series – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Snus brings Sweden even closer to ‘tobacco endgame’ goal – Willingness to accept misinformation is based on perception – How vaping helped one ‘hideously addicted’ doctor – Smokers are switching from tobacco to vaping – Nicotine Tax Will Hurt Democrats – Pesko’s Tax Proposals – Flavours Do Not Encourage Teens To Vape – PMI Response to Prescribed Vapes – Stroke Risk Research Criticised And Pulled – INNCO Round Table – The WHO’s tobacco policy echo chamber – Stop the war on nicotine: Six Reasons – THR Has The Potential To Reduce Smoking – What caused a scrap in the Philippines government – Why a black market looms as NZ stubs out smoking – Let’s reduce the deaths – Congress pushes for tobacco death and taxes – Building Back Cancer Rates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA September news roundup – Combat addiction with harm reduction, not prohibition – CDC Says Youth Vaping Dropped – Teen Vaping Fell by Over 40% in 2021 – Youth Vaping Rates Decline Steeply in the US – U.S. Trade Agency Orders IQOS Off the U.S. Market – WHO’s Manipulation Caught Out – WHO Should Adopt UK Ecig Approach – Trading Standards Hunt Illegal Disposables – WHO Releases New Report – The Great De-Vape – Freedom of choice has been cancelled and will cost lives – Buying Nicotine in Australia Is About to Get Even Harder – Australia makes smoking so much easier – Advocates and Prohibitionists Temporarily Unite – Experts Urge Authorities To Embrace THR – San Jose Prohibits Flavored Vape and Tobacco Products – SA tobacco bill clouds the issues – A safer alternative for 1.3 billion people – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- PMTA Decision Day: FDA Leaves Vape Industry Twisting in the Wind – FDA Fails to Meet Deadline – FDA Kicks the Can Down the Road – FDA needs to embrace vaping’s potential – FDA Shows Its Bias -FDA Needs More Time to Decide Fate of Juul –  Industry Demands Tough Action on Disposables – ASH Scotland Wants Ecig Clampdown – Dear Canada – Ecigs For Mental Health – Vaping Brings New Zealand Closer To Smokefree 2025 – California Passes New Retail Vape Tax – Social media misinformation about e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Free e-cigarettes in A&E trial – USPS Postpones Ban On Vape Mail – Guess WHO? – EU scientific committee ignores the science – A backwards step for public health – Nicotine illiteracy – Research Retraction Provokes Angry Response – Vaping Missing From Smoke-free Plan – Vaping and the Scottish Parliament Election – Chapman and Daube Slammed By Politeness – Montana Legislature Approves Bill – Small Businesses Scrambling – FDA Will Ban Menthol Cigs: – Biden’s Menthol Cigarette Ban – COVID-19 And Teen Vaping – N.W.T. divided on regulating vape flavours – Legislators lambaste NGOs – Ill-advised Gamble for Public Health – Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Work for India’s Poor? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- 75% of French people do not know that vaping is less harmful than smoking – The CDC Nicotine Brain Fallacy – Public consultation on electronic cigarettes – The Double Standard for Nicotine and Cannabis – World Evidence Based Healthcare Day – The Effectiveness of Vaping – Study: Vaping Reduces Smoking – Polarised – WHO Relies on Lies – Australia Proposes a Vape Prescription Plan…Seriously – Australia’s ‘backward’ Position On Vaping To Be Explored At Webinar – Banning flavoured vapes would ‘kill the whole industry’ – Pharmacy-only e-cigarettes decision slammed – Electronic Cigarettes: Coronavirus – Declaration of Founding Members of SCOHRE – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vapers and Public-Health Experts – S.1253 Will Harm Adult Vapers and Will Not Reduce Youth E-Cigarette Use – Vape sales increase eleven-fold – New Zealand’s 2020 Budget Did Not Raise Tobacco Taxes – Doc’s Dodgy Feelings – Flavours Are Effective For Smoking Cessation – NHS Slow on Cessation – Lies, Hypocrisy and Bluster – Socioeconomic Vaping – UKVIA Wants Tax Parity With NRTs for Vapor – Taiwan Association Says Tobacco Harm Reduction is a Human Right – Freedom Matters in Missouri – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Urgent need for health professionals to be better educated – Harry’s blog 85: The truth deficit – A Guide for Stop Smoking Services – Don’t just sit there and let Hong Kong ban vaping – Fear of Vapor Rules the Schools – FDA Fearmongering – Bye, Felicia: Gottlieb Leaves FDA – CTFK Lobbying in Bangladesh – JUUL Evidence Renders Attacks Toothless – Gottlieb’s Parting Shot At Vaping – Radical Research Is Positive – Vape Jam 2019 – Vaping Taxes Do Not Deter Youth Use of E-Cigarettes – Sharpless Shouldn’t Stop Snus – Where Anti-Vaxxers and Anti-Vapers Meet – Cannabis Vs. Nicotine Paradox – Youth smoking in New Zealand continues to fall – Tobacco industry facing ‘difficult’ times – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: EU members get low marks for vaping freedom – JUUL Is Eating Big Tobacco’s Lunch – Science and Technology Committee  – Vaping In The News May 13th – YouTube Strikes Vaping – Vaping regulation: Risk-proportionate, Responsive, relevant, responsible? – Health Ministry abandons legal fight – Otago and disagreement – Govt urged to push vaping as alternative to smoking – A new era – Sheriff’s Office requesting to sell e-cigs to inmates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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