Tag: Helen Redmond

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Uphill Struggle ~ Australian Voices ~ As Expected, Nova Scotia Flavor Ban Is Increasing Smoking Rates ~ Center for Tobacco Products Director Gives PMTA Update ~ FDA Seeks Agency Support For Lucrative Anti-Tobacco Assignment ~ …

Vaping Digest 2nd December Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Anti vaping MEP Michèle Rivasi heads “informal” TPD working group – COPD Patients Who Switch From Smoking to Vaping See Long-Term Benefits – Claim that vaping lacks evidence for quitting is misleading and wrong – Ukrainian government approved separate excise stamps for EHTPs – Academic Disconnected From Reality – UKECRF Research Roundup – Vaping More Effective for Smoking Cessation than Nicotine Patch or Gum – Tobacco harm reduction a viable solution – Vape and e-cigarette advocate groups happy with new legislation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Australia’s anti-vaping activists and bureaucrats – Vaping nicotine facing a crisis in Australia – E-cigarettes: the Cochrane Review – Vaping Better Than NRT to Quit Smoking – COVID and Vaping: A Perfect Storm of Misleading Science and Media – Exposing Claptrap – Sheffield’s Dull Legislative Blade – Shenzhen Shutdown – Bloomberg’s War Chest Probed – Swedish Research Proving HPV Vaccine Prevents Cancer – False e-cigarette health fears linked to big drop in North East – E-Cigarette Use Not Tied to Wheezing in Teens – Smokefree voters need to be wary of a vaping tax – Māori Women Benefit From a Harm Reduction Approach – FDA accused of violating Filipino vapers’ rights – Cigarette sales in Nova Scotia increasing – R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris Sue CA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Your Help Is Needed NOW to Postpone the PMTA Deadline – National – FDA Citizen’s Petition – PMTA Delay – What do we know about the TPD application report? – California Ramps Up the War on Vaping – Re-Analysis of Retracted Research – Anti-Nicotine Zealots Only Care about Science When it Says What They Want – Anti-Tobacco Posers Posture Over Public Health – VPZ Attacked by ASH UK – The Sad Truth About Bans – Glantz In The Spotlight – ETHRA Writes To Danes – GTNF Free Registration Open – Cigarette sales down as vaping up – New Research Questions Link – Banning Flavored JUUL Pods Is Actually Dangerous – The CDC must take an integrated approach – Incriminating e-cigs no matter what – Smokin’ Smokeless Sales – Vaping ad tactics ‘exploited’ the pandemic – New tech and new aromas make vaping an even more attractive – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- NNA: The UK Government May Review its Position on Snus – Indian Harm Reduction Expert Appointed INNCO President – Anti-Vaping Forces Again Leverage COVID to Seek Prohibition – Montana Health Dept. Backs Down, Drops Flavor Ban – UKECRF Research Roundup – Researchers Push Heart Danger – Vaping Petition Gets Picked Up Five Days After Bill Passes – Legal Tasmanian vaping would add jobs – Who is really co-opting harm reduction? – Cig Sales Rebound as Vaping Gets Hammered – Congressman Wants the FDA To Ban E-Cigarettes As a COVID-19 Hazard

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Time we switched to nicotine options ~ Dr. Mark Tyndall at GFN20 ~ Startup Seeks Approval for Inhaler That Would Help Smokers Quit ~ Electronic cigarettes and obstetric outcomes: a prospective observational study ~ Bloomberg’s …

Vaping Digest 17th June Read More »

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Nova Scotia Threatens to Cut Off a Vaper’s Oxygen Supply ~ Harry’s Blog #100: The virus of propaganda ~ Even With Shut Down and Devastating Bans, Vaping Community Still Helping People ~ Why Is Vaping …

Vaping Digest 20th May Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine and SARS-CoV-2: COVID-19 may be a disease of the nicotinic cholinergic system – What We Know—and Still Need to Learn—About Coronavirus and Nicotine – UK Government reassures citizens – Anti-Vaping Zealots Find Opportunity in the Pandemic – From Ebola to Covid-19. Is all nicotine bad nicotine? – ETHRA Calls For Help – Professor Bauld on Nicotine – She Blinded Me With Lung Science – RACP In Major Policy Shift – 180 by Glantz – Nipped in The Bud – Aye pal, that’s how tobacco control works – Inside Michigan’s Fight for Safe, Legal Vapes – How vaping restrictions undermine COVID-19 fight – High E-Cig Use by U.S. Adults Who Just Quit Regular Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Bottom-up meets top-down: exploring vapers’ accounts of risk in a context of e-cigarette controversies ~ Why is it so hard to quit smoking? ~ Vaping: risky business or sensible quit strategy? ~ Vaping-linked lung injury …

Vaping Digest April 8th Read More »

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Examining the trajectory from dual use to harm reduction ~ Association of initial e-cigarette and other tobacco product use with subsequent cigarette smoking in adolescents ~ Observed ‘gateway’ effect of e-cigarettes among teens ‘likely to …

Vaping Digest March 18th Read More »

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