Tag: Dr Derek Yach

Friday’s News at a glance:- The Belgian government is making a huge mistake – Australia to ban e-cigarette imports – Government announces major crackdown – Faceless Bureaucrats Announce Vaping Ban – E-cigarette import ban set to continue – COVID, Smoking, and Vaping – Nurses Educated About Vaping – Advocates Call For Germany To Act Wisely – Quit Their Way – How EU safety legislation has affected UK vapers –
Furore over tobacco, nicotine therapy for COVID-19 – Safe Supply Pioneer Presents Vaping as Central to Harm Reduction – US Study: Most E-Cigarette Users Are Ex-Smokers – Why Africa needs harm reduction in bridging gap for smokers – Global Forum on Nicotine 2020 – The 2019 “Evali” Misinfodemic (Part 3) – Smokers, former smokers, never smokers and vapers: a survey by the COEHAR explains their behavior during the lockdown – Worldwide Attack on Harm Reduction Intensifies – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- European Vaping Manifesto Launched – WHO Uses World No Tobacco Day to Attack Vaping – The European Union Will Impose a Vape Product Tax – EU Member States Pushing EU-wide Vapor Tax – Vaping and COVID – Dr Yach and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control – Efficacious Vapes – Snussing Out COVID – The Tooth of the Matter –  Experts accuse WHO of encouraging smoking – What lessons might be learned from India’s e-cig ban? – Nicotine and SARS-CoV-2: COVID-19 – Finalized Vape Bill Counterproductive to Achieving Smokefree 2025 – Alberta’s new vape laws – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: The Bizarre Attack on Vaping ~ Group asks Taiwan to accept tobacco harm reduction as a human right ~ WA ‘Nanny State’ Inquiry calls for liberalisation of vaping laws ~ Beyond Smoking Cessation: Investigating Medicinal …

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Americans still don’t understand vaping, and Hong Kong is planning to ban it – Peer review of: Dunbar et al – Sweden flipping things and killing people again – Vaping increases quitting – FDA Demands Answers from 21 Vaping Companies – FDA Food Additive Ban Is Unscientific And Irrational – “Electronic Cigarettes” Are Not Cigarettes – E-cigarettes should not be treated like regular cigarettes – The State of Smoking 2018 – Majority of US doctors discussing E-Cigs  – Study suggests vaping does not stain teeth – Vaping In The News October 13th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: When enough is enough – Smokefree Scotland – Letter to the World Health Organization – Public Health Officials Urge Use of ENDS – London firefighters promote vaping – FDA is getting ready – How Vaping Leads To Smoking Cessation – Youth Smoking And Vaping Rates Plummet – DOH urged to classify e-cigarettes – Lindenhurst moves to ban e-cigarette stores – Ban smoking for under-21s – Vaping In The News – September 30th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Scream Test Update – Back in the Saddle – Tobacco Control ‘Experts’ Fight AGAINST A Smoke-Free World – Cochrane’s Eight Research Priorities – Smoking quit rates highest in 10 years – NHS Health Scotland supports vaping – Welsh Tobacco Control Delivery Plan – Derek Yach on BBC Radio 5 Live – Are health officials deceiving us – Risk and rhetoric – more from GTNF – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesdays News at a glance: My name is Bernice Evans and I am an ex-smoker… – Is the Ecig really a danger for public health – Vaping Vindicated – MHRA TPD Update Email – In the Poisonous Vaping Debate, Are Anti-Smoking Groups the New Big Tobacco? – Recreational alternative to smoking? – Conflict or Confluence of Interest? – Severe Bias in E-Cigarette Research – FDA ‘should be open-minded about regulation’ – E-Cigarettes May Actually Help People Quit Smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 27 April 2016

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Fridays News at a glance: 18 years to kick a habit – Battery Safety – I vape, therefore I am: How vaping evolved from a smoking-cessation aid into a lifestyle – Don’t Abandon Hope, Vapers! There’s Light in the Darkness – Utah’s E-Cigarette Tax ‘Boggles The Mind’ And Could Prevent Smokers Quitting – Senate vote puts Califf among e-cig world’s most powerful – Summary of the Public Health (Wales) Bill – Effective global tobacco control: Time to engage health professionals, listen to smokers, and support harm reduction – Vaping & E-Cigarettes Stir Opposition to WV Tobacco Tax – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 26 February 2016

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Wednesdays News at a glance: Drafting A TPD2 Consultation Response – The great e-cigarette war – ASH Scotland Daily Bulletin: 26 August 2015 – Cumbria doctor says e-cigs could help quitting smoking – Women are more likely to give up cigarettes for vaping – The French associations fighting against addictions asking the government to follow the English example -British Government Backs E-Cigarettes for Smokers – New claims about burden of disease from smokeless tobacco are utter junk – Encourage smokers to shift to reduced-harm products – CSP Tobacco: Keep Up With Changes in Vaping – The New York Times —Still Denying Vaping’s Benefits? – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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Encourage smokers to shift to reduced-harm products

Originally Published 25th August 2015 – A letter from Derek Yach Sir, Over the past decade, new reduced-risk nicotine products such as electronic cigarettes have appeared. Millions of smokers have used them to replace regular cigarettes, reducing their risk of …

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