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Vaping Digest July 26th

Friday’s News at a glance:Government’s Green Paper is the wrong approach – Study: Smokers Who Vape Daily Are More Likely to Quit – An Open Dialogue – Documentary Advertises Bias – E-Cigarette Bans Undermine Decades of Anti-Smoking Efforts – Nicotine Testing for High Schoolers – If there’s a youth vaping ‘epidemic,’ – DOH prohibits e-cigarettes in public places – Banning e-cigarette: a regressive step – ‘The squad’ goes on fact-free vaping rant – 9 Potential Health Benefits of Nicotine that Will Surprise You – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest May 8th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Are vapers like you paying for lost tobacco revenue? ~ Access To Accurate Information About Nicotine Products Improves Quality of Life ~ The war on vaping and the irresistible urge to ban ~ The Upside of

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Vaping Digest April 19th

Friday’s News at a glance:- Vapers should prepare to steer clear of Hong Kong – Tobacco Wars collateral damage: feature, not bug – Vaping and Heart Attacks – Satan’s Vapes – US School “Crackdown” – New Bill in Congress Would Destroy the Vape Industry – The FDA’s Runaway Trolley Problem – FDA Holds IQOS Heat-Not-Burn Hostage – Nicotine replacement: when quitting cigarettes, consider using more nicotine, not less – Rite Aid Is Wrong to Stop Selling Vapes – Popcorn Lung, Formaldehyde, and Now Seizures, Oh My! – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest March 27th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Harm Reduction as a Viable Public Policy Aim ~ Doctors urge PM to ban e-cigarettes ~ Dangers of disinformation ~Debate: should the use of e-cigarettes be encouraged among smokers? ~ Proposed FDA e-cigarette ban disproportionately impacts

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Vaping Digest March 25th

Monday’s News at a glance:- All Of The Lies – Why Australia’s ban on nicotine vaping is wrong – Vaping In The News  March 23rd – More Common Sense, Less Nanny – San Francisco Vapes Ban the Logical Next Step of a Harmful Campaign – Is JUUL Making Moves to Wipe Out Vape Shops? – Shameless Lies About Vaping – Flavored e-cigarettes help adults quit smoking – Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction Report – The grownup who vapes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest February 22nd

Friday’s News at a glance: Did Twitter Punish Criticism of Government Propaganda? – Comment is free, but clearly fact-checking isn’t – You Don’t Know Nicotine – $9.3M Worth Of Nicotine Seized – Does Vaping Increase the Risk of Stroke – Teen Smoking-to-Vaping Is More Frequent – Landmark Study Fails To Find Gateway – New Study Casts Doubt – THR Advocate Destroys Juul Study – Shadow Banned – A tale of bootleggers and Baptists – SRNT Under Fire – The Feds Don’t Have A Role To Play – The Arrogance of Public Health Advocacy – Vaping ban proposed for Hamilton CBD – NYC Poised for Key Decision – Brides and Grooms Are Saying ‘I Juul’  – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest January 25th

Friday’s News at a glance:- UK Supermarket Chain Criticized – New study and news report add to vaping confusion – The Threat To Ban Vaping In The USA Goes Up A Gear – TGIF: The FDA’s Assault on Tobacco Consumers – Vaping : Something that so many are unaware of – Quitting Vaping Guff – Levy On Glantz – The Butt Of The Problem – Gottlieb’s Existential Crisis – Chesterfield Royal Leads The Way – How Vaping Is Disrupting The Tobacco Industry – An Open Letter to the WHO – Belarus toughens laws against smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vaping Digest January 16th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: New Farsalinos Study – A Harm Reduction Guide for Parents of Teens Who Vape – Researchers claim vaping triggers asthma, as bans and harassment continue – Vaping and THR – Studies Provide Insights on Role of

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Vaping Digest January 14th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Clowns To The Left Of Me, Research To The Right – When Vape Attacks – UKVIA Expanding – Patterns of e-cigarette use – Harm Minimization and Tobacco Control – Vaping is Much Safer Than Smoking, So Why Don’t People Know It? – E-Cigarettes OK to Quit Smoking – Australian study shows the need to regulate vaping products – A Harm Reduction Guide for Parents of Teens Who Vape – Novato Police Give Suspect Vape Pen – State lawmakers push to increase taxes – Vaping In The News January 12th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest November 23rd

Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA brands ECJ decision to uphold the ban on snus a blow to the public health of EU citizens – The KAC Global Tobacco Harm Reduction Scholarship Programme – The NNA Welcomes APPG Report – JUUL’s Industrial Revolution Runs Away – A healthy critique and an unhealthy invitation – The Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP – Clive Bates at the Ecig Summit – Vape Questions In Parliament – Pressure Mounts on Glantz – Dangerous Metals in Vaping Put Into Context – Declines in Adolescent Smoking Accelerated – The “Winston Man” – Stop withholding the truth from smokers – Asia Has a Smoking Epidemic – New Zealand introduces sensible, balanced regulation – Claim that nicotine causes schizophrenia – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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