Tag: Helen Redmond

Monday’s News at a glance:- EU’s tobacco epidemic exacerbated by Brussels’ short-sightedness – Ministers should make it easier to give up smoking – Questions in Parliament – The War on Vaping Closes a Shop in East Harlem – Poor Tax Design in Alaska Vapor Tax Proposal – Our New Year’s Resolutions for Health Canada – Israel: Committee Will Decide Soon Whether to Keep Extreme Vape Tax – Smokers of traditional tobacco at risk of cancer, heart diseases – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NG209 NICE guidance – Transformers Versus Abolitionists – Vaping works in New Zealand – American Medical Association – Stop Smoking Start Vaping – Great Expectations – Work Survey Reveals Discrimination – Vapers’ Voices Heard In Brussels – The Nelson Thomlinson School – Yorkshire Cancer Research Welcomes NICE Guidance – Innokin’s “Why Smoke?” vaping campaign – World Vape Show London – Nice Work – Upstart e-cigarette makers push for NHS licences – China’s Decision to Regulate Vaping – Hva vil effekten av et smaksforbud på e-sigaretter være? – Are bans good public policy in India? – How will TPD3 deal with newly emerged products? – The WHO’s aversion to e-cigarettes – National Drug-User Union Emphasizes THR – Ottawa must listen to consumers – Denver shouldn’t ban flavored products – Justice Kavanaugh Asks FDA to Respond – UK E-Cig Summit Highlights U.S. Failure – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- #COP9 LIVE 12 November 2021 – BECA draft report: second consideration of amendments – Confusing Communications, Shifting Guidance and Decision Paralysis – FDA: Stop Foot-Dragging – Nicotine Tax Update – Biden’s Vaping Tax Sparks Concerns – WHO Set To Fail Again – Antz Attempt To Influence COP9 – CAPHRA Writes To Delegates – COP Concerns – Polosa leads the ranking in his field of research – Vapers Call On Javid to Attend COP9 – The New Nicotine Patch – Women’s Voices Among Those Absent at COP – Biden Nomination of Califf as FDA Commissioner – The obscure UN conflab – Thai Government urged by pro e-cig group – Lobby group criticises KRA for increasing tax – Tobacco harm reduction policy in spotlight – PH agrees to follow science – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Bloomberg, World Health Organisation and the Vaping Misinfodemic ~ New INNCO Dossier Raises Major Questions On Anti-vaping Stance ~ Bloomberg, the World Health Organisation & the Vaping Misinfodemic ~ 5 things we’d like to see …

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: What does the announcement that vaping may be prescribed by doctors mean to UK consumers ~ Systematic Review Confirms Harmful Health Outcomes from Ecigarettes are Minimal to Zero ~ Smoking Cessation: Prescription of E-cigarettes ~ …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarettes could be available on NHS to tackle smoking rates – 100 experts speak up in favour of harm reduction – UK National Health Service Will Pay for Prescription Vapes – Tobacco Industry, my Love – GSTHR ‘Fighting the Last War’ – Excoriation of the WHO and Tobacco Control – If Less Vaping Means More Smoking – Global Pressure Mounts on WHO – NNA Welcomes Specialist Intervention – Geekbar Announces Factory Closures – Relapse Study Criticised – E-Cigarette Opponents Torture PATH – Why Did Cigarette Sales Rise in 2020 – First Vape Company Full Stay Is Issued – The Youth Vaping “Epidemic” Has Ended – Anti-Vaping Scare Tactics and Cigarette Sales – Fifth Circuit Rebukes FDA for Regulatory “Switcheroo” – Harm Reduction and bias – Government To Tax Vape Liquids – Is plain packaging of snus working in Norway? – Harm reduction gains traction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Health Canada consults on the really dumb idea – Please, Health Canada – Flavoured vaping ban slammed – Vape Age Restrictions – Memo to Legislators: – The FDA Denies 800 More Flavored Vaping Products – Tax Parity Bill Would Increase Youth Smoking – Congress Must Rein in Federal Agencies – FDA Still Sending Warning Letters – Glantzing At Science Again – CAPHRA Demands Balanced Debate – Sleepwalking To Crisis – Lithuania Will Prohibit Vape Flavors – FDA Pushes Nicotine Patches – The stickies must flow – Science-based approach to regulation – The Vaping Industry As We Know It – Patt Denning Describes Her Switch – Asia Pacific Declaration – Misinformation on Twitter – WHO deferral on THR ‘tragic’ – Ignorance and Idealism – US nicotine pouch sales have grown – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Public health gains from investment in non-combustible alternatives ~ Denied FDA Authorization, Vaping Companies Start to Explore Loopholes ~ As New Zealand Cigarette Taxes Climb, So Do Harms to Poor and Indigenous Smokers ~ Lawmakers’ …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- MEP support for harm reduction during presentation BECA Draft report – “Epidemic” Teen Vaping Based Only on NYTS – Outbreak of lung injuries often known as “EVALI” – Canada: July 22nd is Last Day to Buy – Not a fair COP – Tobacco Harm Reduction: Time to Change Attitudes – ETHRA Response to Cancer Plan – More Nicotine Increases Quit Rates – Right 2 Switch Petition – Churchill Addresses PHE Priorities – Norwegian Government Proposes Flavour Ban – Parliament – Brookline, Mass. Bans Tobacco, Vape Sales – Vaping flavour bans prove own goal – Mexico Supreme Court Nixes Import Ban – Philippines Senate To Lead Region – Biomarkers of Inflammation and Oxidative Stress – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The European Parliament’s role in Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan – Vape Master Settlement: A New Blow for Vaping? – How NIH Funding Undermines Tobacco Harm Reduction – India Banned Vapes but Will Profit from Nicotine Sales Venture – New Hajek Cessation RCT – Rodu Lambasts BMJ Article – ETHRA Comments on TPD Report – Moffitt Cancer Center’s Validation of Vaping – Increasing abuse against THR advocates revealed – To Eradicate Youth Vaping, We Need Only Copy the UK – “I Rarely Vape Until Cocktail Hour”- LSD and nicotine could be more important – Public health experts question WHO’s campaign – Advancing safer alternatives to nicotine – PMI is busy reinventing itself – Japanese health ministry denies plan – Hundreds of Vape Companies Plead With FedEx – Dr Colin Mendelsohn on vaping in schools – CAPHRA Slams WHO – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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