Tag: Dr. John Oyston

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Harm Reduction Recognised Crucial For Reducing Tobacco-Inflicted Health Burden ~ Immortal time bias strikes again ~ Vape bill lapses into law ~ Europe’s flavour ban epidemic must end ~ Banning Vape Flavours The Wrong Focus ~ …

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Speakers stress need for THR strategy – The War on Drugs Didn’t Work. The War on Vapes Won’t, Either – Scotland Goes Toilet Crazy – Why Do They Lie? – Is Health Canada’s Tobacco Control Directorate “fit for purpose”? – The Cost Of E-Cigarettes – Study Raises Questions About Anti-Vaping Bias At FDA – Without nicotine alternatives, Kenya’s tobacco industry is growing – E-Cigarette Flavors, Devices, and Brands Used by Youths – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Australia’s anti-vaping fiasco – Misguided anti-vaping zealotry will cost lives – Snus – French President Macron Is a Vaper – Should I Stop Using Disposable Vapes? – Australia Copies US Toilet Errors – President signs bill tightening restrictions – FDA Gains Authority Over Synthetic Nicotine – Scientists Should Continue to Collaborate with Big Tobacco – Flavor ban is well-intentioned, ill-considered – First Look at Emerging Tobacco Industry Product – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The gateway effect myth that will never die – 82 million vapers worldwide in 2021 – No Smoking Day – Time to try something more innovative – Government urged to cut VAT to 5% – ‘Ban smoking for good’ campaign – The NNA’s Top 20 – IBVTA Issues Warning – Confidence Up In USA – Strip Search District Superintendent Charged – UKVIA Calls For Scottish Rethink – Parliament – 2021 CDC Survey – Why Can’t the CDC Tell the Truth – Massachusetts Public Health Boasts – Industry bodies respond to Scottish plans – French Experts Call for Tobacco Policy Rethink – New Federal Spending Plan – Harm Reduction Approach Needed – Kenyans Yeaning For Safer Alternative – National Consumer Protection Week – Provinces Could Have Final Say – Canada’s Vape Gag Law Must Go! – Congress wants to sneak in an effective ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Vape News From Scotland -ONS Smoking and Vaping Figures Announced – Desperate to Win the Smokefree Race, New Zealand Resorts to Prohibition – National Preventive Health Strategy – Does Vaping Help Smokers Quit? – Open letter to the New Brunswick Medical Association – Even with all our anti-smoking policies, I’m still buying cigarettes – Senate Democrats Nix a Regressive, Unhealthy Vaping Tax – Harm reduction is the way to a smoke-free future – Acceptability And Use Of THR Products Must Increase – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey – Successful Vape Stories: Vast database reveals the truth! – 7 Steps to Becoming an Environmentally Friendly Vaper – Less Than 2% of California High Schoolers Vape Daily – Docs Still Don’t Know Nic – China’s Mask Slips – Antz Attacked – WHO’s crusade against THR is misguided – Please, Health Canada – Experts: THR already successful – Innovative non-combustible nicotine delivery – Blanket bans on safer nicotine products (SNPs) – Learning from COVID to tackle the tobacco epidemic – How will Australia’s new sales regime work? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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Monday’s News at a glance:- During the Coronavirus outbreak, vape shops must stay open – COVID-19 and Tobacco Harm Reduction: The European Response – Coronavirus will NOT spread in vape clouds – Smoking, vaping and hospitalization for COVID-19 – Vaping In The News – March 22nd – Instagram: Pro-Vaping Hashtags Still Outnumbering FDA Anti-Vaping Ones – COVID-19: The Vape Industry Responds – American Activity – The CVA’s Response to Professor Glantz – States must scrap online e-cigarette bans – The Costs and Benefits of E-Cigarette Policy – Youth Vaping No Gateway To Smoking – Panic Feeds Off Vaping Hysteria – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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