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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 1st

Monday’s News at a glance:- NNA urges more pressure on WHO, as FDA plans to wipe out internet sales – NNA calls on the UK delegation to COP8 – Over 70 experts call on WHO to embrace technology – Campaigners urge WHO to give vaping a chance – COP8 Is Finally Here – Sunday Science Lesson – McKee Targets Children With Nonsense – E-Cig Forum Founder Rakes FDA  – Smoke-free Ireland still 34 years off – ALA Updates Popcorn Position – The sweetness of e-cigarette flavors – Vaping In The News September 29th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest September 5th

Wednesday’s News at a glance:- Is Barnsley The Doziest Council In The Country? – The EU throws vapers under the bus again – That Mask Keeps Slipping – Letter to WHO’s DG against prohibition – Wales Ignores Harm Reduction For Pregnancies – Advice for GPs – Why Doesn’t India Ban Cigarettes – Will the UAE Reverse Its Vape Ban? – JUUL Will Sell Low-Nic Version in Israel – EU Scientific Advisory Mechanism – Illegal ‘mega-raffle’ run by vaping shops shut down – FDAs Orwellian Editing of Nicotine and Flavoring History – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest August 8th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: South Africa draft tobacco Bill ~ Modi govt takes U-turn on e-cigarettes ~ FCTC Eighth session of the Conference of the Parties ~ Nic Levels And Vaping ~ Forget the little guy, it’s all Big Pharma now

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Vapers Digest August 6th

Monday’s News at a glance: Bad news from USA and UK as regulation and taxes threaten vapers – The FDA Blatantly Hands E-Cig Market To Big Pharma – Shooting the messenger – Vaping tax a daft idea – Aaron Biebert, Uncut – Two Years Later – Twitter Twaddle – Oral Cancer – Deadline Nears for Nicotine Warning Labels on Ads – All lit up over more smoking bans – Chinese tobacco regulators call for ban on e-cigarettes – Irish people are the third biggest vapers – Vaping In The News August 4th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest August 3rd

Friday’s News at a glance: NNA Sin Tax on Vaping – A Few Reflections – When told “no”, damn well listen! – For fake’s sake, stop lying about vaping – Vaping is virtuous. Don’t tax it – More Vaping Facts, Not All Good – Mapping the future – E-Cigs Are The Favored Smoking Cessation Aids – JUUL Finally Fights Back – Nicked For Vaping – Why Australia’s College of Physicians has got it wrong – Equate electronic cigarettes to ordinary – Vaping prices are falling SA – Outrage over 100% tax on e-cig liquids – Vype sold at Sainsbury’s recalled – Advancing Tobacco Regulation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest June 25th

Monday’s News at a glance: GFN 2018 – The duty of curiosity – Run Your Own Race – Why don’t more young women vape? – UK study says vaping is viable for harm reduction – Can vaping help long term smokers quit? –  Losing Sight of the Prize – Are e-cigarettes tobacco products? – ‘Healthier, happier, freer’ – Global and local perspectives on tobacco harm reduction: – Last Chance for the 115th – Nicotine doesn’t kill smokers – Pa. can levy tobacco tax on e-cigarettes – E-cigarette users slam government’s proposed ban – Thailand worst country for vapers – Pro-vaping group insists it’s safe – Latvia to hide cigarettes from view – Vaping In The News June 23rd – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest May 18th

Friday’s News at a glance: Rendez-vous with Karl Lund – Canada GFN Subversion Attempt – UNICEF Attacks Glantz Vape Study – Recognition, use and perceptions of JUUL – Moral Panic Over E-Cigarettes – Tobacco Research Is Not Immune to Scientific Scrutiny – Public Health Becomes A Partisan Issue – How Much Does the FDA Really do – How likely is your e-cigarette to explode? – Big Tobacco’s ‘next gen’ evangelists – Statement in Favour of Vaping – Ottawa ushers in vaping era with new rules – Allow e-cigarettes for smokers – Kashmir Crisis for Vaping – Ministry of Health will not appeal court’s IQOS decision – Nendo launches “third cigarette” – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest May 16th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: INNCO COP7FCTC ~ Philip Morris device knows a lot about your smoking habit ~ Papers and letters ~ AVA Update on State Vaping Laws & Regulations ~ Vaping Now Fully Legal in NZ ~ More FDA

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Vapers Digest April 9th

Monday’s News at a glance: The US media is losing its mind over vaping and Juul – America’s JUUL panic reaches new peak – Harry’s blog 56: A marathon not a sprint – Researchers Call For Retraction – Stanton Glantz Accused Again – Formaldehyde And Seek The Truth – Indian State of Rajasthan Considering an E-Cig Ban – Electronic cigarettes in physician practice – Anti-Vaping Op-Ed Is A Portrait – Regulatory confusion regarding e-cigarettes – Law Review Calls Out FDA – Stop smoking services called upon – Vaping products help smokers quit – Vaping In The News April 7th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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