Tag: David Palacios Rubio

Wednesday’s News at a glance: E-cigarettes: misconceptions about their dangers may be preventing people from quitting smoking ~ Epidemiology Paper Correlates Vaping To Anorexia – And Then We Wonder Why Anyone Is Skeptical About COVID-19 Data ~ Quit-Or-Die Approach An …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA June news roundup – Polar Opposition Must be Resolved – Germany Passes E-Liquid Tax – Spanish anti-smoking bodies press for tax – Arbitrariness of Tobacco Control in Spain – Snus and The Art of Suppression – Conference Bans Harm Reduction Advocates – COP9 and Its Impact on Vapers – Vape Attacks Suit Big T – £1.7 million To Help Homeless Switch To Vaping – European Parliament’s Missed Opportunity – Washington, Votes to Ban Flavored Products – UK Health Agency Reaffirms the Power of Vaping – Back Vaping to Beat Smoking – ATR Leads Coalition Urging PMTA Extension – High excise duty on nicotine pouches is ill-advised – Bloomberg-funded “Campaign for Tobacco-free Kids” – Experts to expose global anti-vape lies – David Clement: Don’t ban flavoured vapes – Can India look for safer nicotine products? – Vaping, Police and Race – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Patients should be offered advice on vaping – Matt Myers in 2003 and Today – The Vaping Study You Haven’t Heard Of – House Dems Reject Proposed FDA User Fees – World Vape Day – AVCA Applauds Minister – Taxing Times For Europe – Why ignore evidence in the debate – Did Philippines FDA break the law? – Attacks On Vaping, Politically Timed – Anti-Vaping Laws Have Criminal Justice Ramifications – Inside Singapore’s Thriving Black Market – Canada: Vape Policies Could Increase Smoking – Public health seen benefitting from harm reduction – Study explores memory benefits of nicotine – Ignorance is bliss? – Vape stores push back – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 111: Stop talking about stopping – Vaping and Science – Dutch Vapers Can Still Prevent Flavor Prohibition – San Francisco Flavor Ban Tied to More Teen Smoking – Why you should NOT equate snus with cigarettes – British government review of rules – Taskforce Says Smoking Is An Illness – Netherlands Bans Flavours – Europe’s TPD Update – VPZ Breaks Records – NZ Wants Vaping Starter Kits – WVA Details Plans For World Vape Day – On World No Tobacco Day – Kiwis celebrate World Vape Day – World Vape Day aims to raise awareness – At ‘World No Tobacco Day’ Roundtable – Health Risks Of Vaping – Nicotine buzz in the air – CAPHRA supports ‘historic’ vaping bill – WHO’s Latest Tobacco Report – The E-Cigarette Summit – The Canadian Vaping Association – Canada’s Reckless Fight – Rethink THR Strategies – Science should prevail over politics – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA’s view on the SCHEER Opinion – EU TPD implementation report: the countdown has started – THR Discussion With Christopher Balkaran – Why Japan’s Huge Drop in Smoking Is a Story Prohibitionists Ignore – Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada – The EU’s Aversion To Vaping – The Foundation Hits Back – CRUK Updates Its Position – America’s Perverse Tobacco Policy – Nic Pouch Ad Problem – DS 371 – ‘Thai tobacco tax’ the more you walk, the more you walk – Growth at risk? – E-cig vapor mixture key to proving harm reduction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Could new EU law be nail in coffin for vaping? – Trump promises to veto flavours ban – Do Anti-Vaping Ads and Media Actually Encourage Youth Vaping? – Coronavirus and Vaping – Call For Another Retraction – Cold Bath For Foundation – Brits Worried By Vape News – Media Coverage – CDC Closes the Books on “EVALI” – The need for an evidence-based and rational debate on e-cigarettes – Norway and Denmark turn to snus – Smoking ban now covers vape – Government launches border crackdown – Media Vapors Over Vaping Cloud – Do Iowa lawmakers care about vaping facts? – Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater – Government Taxes an Industry It Has Already Wiped Out – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Pariahs, predators or players? – The March Of Bigotry – Poll shows TPD failure – A Big Bad Post TPD World – When The Press Goes Bad – Why Can Children Still Purchase Tobacco? – Everyone Calm Down About Teens and Vaping – E-cig bans ‘break world trade rules’ – Nicotine Is NOT Tobacco – Reshaping the FDA’s regulations – Can E-Cigarettes Reduce Smoking Among the Mentally Ill? – Smoking ban – E-Cigarettes Less Addictive – Vaping In The News – June 4th-10th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Titration Theories – A year of living with the TPD – Have we seen the last of RDA’s – National Study Looks at Tobacco Advertising – E-cig study by VCU – Draconian EU vaping rules – New laws in UK ‘stifling vaping’s success’ – Just Stick With Altria – Technical Expert Advisory Group – E-cigarette reforms – Health expert Dr Natalie Walker – Vaping In The News – May 14th – May 20th, 2017

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