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Monday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Products’ Beneficial Antioxidant Properties – Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan – In Overcoming Paralysis, Brussels Must Choose Harm Reduction – A critical review of high-impact studies of vaping – Why a medical expert embraced tobacco harm reduction – News-n-Views 13th/19th April – Another Media Partnership for POTV – YDKN Fact Checks Glantz’ Nonsense Nicotine Claims – Calls to consider e-cigarettes a first line therapy – SJ flavored tobacco ban would hurt small businesses – VCU study finds e-cigs may reduce exposure to tobacco-related carcinogen – Legal uncertainties are cramping the industry – THR key to reducing Asia’s smoking-related deaths – Asian countries told to be cautious about ‘philanthropic colonialism’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA Welcomes Estonia’s Decision to Suspend Excise Duty on E-Liquids – Plymouth Vaping Experiment – Four million smoking-related deaths a year – A Burning Issue for Asia – Report Details Failures to Scale Up THR in Asia – Covid stress leads to increase in smoking numbers – UKVIA repeats its call to Government to review vaping regulations – POTV Teams Up With GFN21 – Tobacco Harm Reduction Conference – ELEVATE VAPING AS A SAFE SWITCH – Examining Public Health’s Response to Vaping – Tobacco harm reduction and the high cost of misinformation – Govt’s Smokefree Plan Overlooks Vaping Alternative – Dental group clarifies stand on e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Study Shows How Much Vapes Can Help Smokers With Schizophrenia – Today Is the Deadline to Submit Comments on the USPS Shipping Ban – Shameful Stuff From Indiana – Ban on Safer Nicotine Products in LMICs …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Keep on vaping – E-Cigarettes vs. Tobacco And What Anti-Vapers Are Getting Wrong – Vaping’s image problem in the EU – Teen Smoking Decreases as Vaping Increases – Senate Confirms Xavier Becerra – WVA Writes To EU Ministers of Heath – Ex-Ministers Back The Blueprint – PuffBar Circumvents Ban – Healthier Vision – Two Studies Affirm the Importance of Flavours – Questions in Parliament – Canada’s Proposed Nicotine Cap – Uplift Public Health Perspectives And Harm Reduction – Bloomberg’s misguided push to outlaw vaping – Who Speaks For Smokers? – Regional Petition Implores WHO to Respect Consumer Rights – Vaping Businesses Targeted By Criminals – Vitamin E Acetate is not Soluble in Nicotine E-liquids – Thai Government Should Reexamine E-Cigarette Ban – FDA admits getting over $150,000 from anti-tobacco NGO – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Eurobarometer: Attitudes of Europeans towards tobacco and electronic cigarettes – Vaping Demystified – UK warns of “unfounded fears” of e-cigarette – This pandemic could help England meet its smoke-free goal – Germany: Plans For Vapor Taxation a ‘Disaster’ – Banning Flavored E-Cigarettes Could Have Unintended Public Health Consequences – WHO Wants To Ban Vaping? – TBIJ’s Toxic Song And Dance – How Do We Move On? – Study shows vapes help smokers quit – WHO Recommended Ban on Vaping Will Only Create More Smokers – PH gov’t warned against NGOs banned by India – On Smoking Alternatives, ‘Follow the Science’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA February news roundup – Innovation and its Enemies – IBVTA response to The Sun and Daily Mail articles – UK Vape Ban? Nope Just the WHO Being Reckless and Stupid – Vape Shipping and the PACT Act: What We Know So Far – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Girl Blames Vaping For Chlamydia – Vape Bans Are Bad For Everyone – We Are All Bullied – Questions in Parliament – World NGO Day 2021 – The Brexit Public Health Revolution – Public Health England Report: E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit – Evidence from Public Health England – Future of tobacco product regulation in Australia – Harder to thwart illicit trade – Fact/Fiction: Does vaping make you more likely to spread Covid? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Don’t miss this opportunity to help shape vaping regulations – Big wins for Big Tobacco: – The groundless Dutch proposal to ban flavors – Germany proposes new €0.02 per mg tax – Maryland: Vape Tax Passes, Flavor Fight Continues – The State Of Business – Post-Brexit Opportunities – Follow the Evidence – Vaping and Covid-19: – BAT Beats Earnings Estimates as Vaping Sales Surge – Federal Mail Ban on Vape Products – THR product controls ‘insane’ – The Ethics of Tobacco Harm Reduction: – Vast potential for vape industry if regulated – CAPHRA warns against grant-for-policy scheme – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Netherlands is proposing to ban e-cigarette flavours – Policing the COPs – Vaping and Tobacco Harm Reduction with Clive Bates – A consultation on the TRPR 2016 – Dutch vapers strike again in a protest – Juul Study Looks Into Dependence and Use – Italy’s budget brings in new taxes – FDA Seizures – European Cancer Plan Threat – Malarkey in Manilla – Dutch Vapers – A Light In The Dark – Chicago Crackdown – WHO asked to stop peddling lies – Bloomberg faces mounting pressure – Danger & Delusion | Is Tobacco Control Out of Control? – PMTA Included in White House Rules Freeze – Maryland’s Proposed Death Sentence – Experts Say ‘Fight Smoking, Not Nicotine’ – Vaping is the gateway out of smoking – Are You Among The Misinformed? – Targeted health messaging needed – Access to safer nicotine products in Africa more vital than ever – Unambiguous Investor Support for THR – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Excise Directive consultation – Mississippi Corrections Makes the Correct Call – Vape store body lobbies government for essential retailer status – RELX Will Launch on U.S. Stock Market – Hunt’s Ban In Ruins – Call To Target Maori and Pasifika Smoking Rates – UKVIA Calls For Essential Status For Vape Stores – Tobacco Harm Reduction’s Prospects Under the Biden – Can Nicotine Pouches Alleviate Harm Reduction Hurdles in Emerging Markets? – Dependence on nicotine in US high school students – Banning Flavored Tobacco Products is Just Blowing Smoke – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Spain SOS – Putting the record straight: consumers are not tobacco industry minions – Hope for quitters! – California Flavor Ban Will Go On Hold Until Nov. 2022 – COP Inquiry – What Ever Happened to – Chowdhery Sees The Positive – CAPHRA Slams Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – More Lung Lies – Irreconcilable Conflict on RegWatch – Kiwi Vaping Advocate Fights Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – Ad voids hampers vape cure – Dear Canadian Smokers: Please Follow Britain’s Guidance – Electronic cigarettes and obstetric outcomes: – “Vaping can be your way out” – Taxing vapes should be handled with care – Kenya lags world in adopting alternatives to smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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