Tag: James Dunworth

Friday’s News at a glance:- How We Vape is trying to save vaping – Final PMTA Rule Offers No Help for Small Vape Industry – A new year’s resolution for Australia – INNCO Submits Comments to World Health Organization – Accident In The News – The FDA Issues Threat Letters – Farsalinos, COVID-19 and Vaping – IEVA Slams Dutch Ban – 98% against Dutch Ban – Ottawa Model Conference Release – Calls for click-and-collect reprieve in Scotland – Use of E-cigarettes Among Youth in the United States Declines – Tobacco Litigation, E-Cigarettes, and the Cigarette Endgame – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Vape Predictions 2021: Expert Roundup – How Federal Funding Influences Tobacco Research: GroupThink & Group Authorship – Vaping market between restrictions and unintended consequences – Voke goes up in smoke – AVCA Unhappy With Smokefree Progress – Where Is The Gateway? – French Study Can’t Find A Gateway – Sweden Hits Harm Reduction In The Pocket – Parliament – E-Cigarettes to Become $20.8B Worth Industry – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine & the EU: Your chance to be heard – INNCO expresses concern – Suffolk County Tobacco 25 Law Tabled – Nova Scotia’s Constitution Challenged – Positive Evidence About Vaping – New Laws for NZ – Anti-Vape MEP Heading Up Working Group – Be Wary of the Bangkok Cops – Dutch to ban cigarette sales in supermarkets from 2024 – A harm reduction strategy for smoking cessation – San Francisco Considers Ban – Switching to e-cigarettes from smoking reduces toxic exposure – Pod e-cigarettes less harmful than regular cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The End of Public Health England is a Threat to Vaping – Harry’s Blog 103: Tobacco Harm Reduction from A to A – California Researchers Make Dramatic Claims – Nicotine Pouches-A safer way of consuming Nicotine – WHO Doesn’t Get Reduced Harm? – Petition Finally Addressed – Vapers Switching Back To Smoking – Scientists Who Crave Funding – Landscape Designers Corrected – San Francisco Needs to Admit it Was Wrong About Vaping – Policy Debates Regarding Nicotine Vaping Products in Australia – Reduce the harm if it cannot be stopped – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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Wednesday’s News at a glance: VAPING AND SARS-CoV-2 AND COVID-19 – TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR VAPERS ~ VAPING AND SARS-CoV-2 AND COVID-19 ~ The E-Cigarette Revolution That Wasn’t ~ Vape shops are a vital service ~All UK Vape Shops Told to …

Vaping Digest March 25th Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Coronavirus & Vaping: An Update – Vaping industry urges government to keep vape shops open – expert reaction to study on gateway effect of e-cigarettes – Young vapers less likely to smoke – Vaping has a protective effect – Foundation’s COVID-19 Advice – Town Hall Ignorance – Foundation Presents The Global State of Smoking – Estonia And Alternative Products – Kiwi Regulation Rush Is Unfair – ‘Vaping is not smoking’ – JUUL Tricks Its Customers – Vaping and E-Cig Regulation in Canada – Domestic Inspections – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Vaping and Coronavirus: What We Know and What We Don’t – Does Vaping Increase Your Risk of Getting Coronavirus? – Riccardo Polosa talks about smoking, vaping and COVID-19 – High School Seniors Keep Drinking – How anti-vaping ads market vaping to teens – Another Panic-Fueling Vaping Study – Samsung Sing A Song Sung Blue – Celebration and Sadness in New Zealand – Vape Bans Don’t Work – Advice Update to Mental Health Organisations – Scotland pushes Restrictions and Fines – Florida Flavor Ban Would Not Curb Youth Vaping Use – Juul Cofounder James Monsees Is Stepping Down – Confusion about Quitting Options – Cigarette smoke and electronic cigarettes – Vaping policy collateral damage – Legislation The Worst Of Both Worlds – Tackle Pinoy vapers’ rights in global confab – Vapers Deserve To Be Heard – New Zealand Vape Recycling Programme – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Could new EU law be nail in coffin for vaping? – Trump promises to veto flavours ban – Do Anti-Vaping Ads and Media Actually Encourage Youth Vaping? – Coronavirus and Vaping – Call For Another Retraction – Cold Bath For Foundation – Brits Worried By Vape News – Media Coverage – CDC Closes the Books on “EVALI” – The need for an evidence-based and rational debate on e-cigarettes – Norway and Denmark turn to snus – Smoking ban now covers vape – Government launches border crackdown – Media Vapors Over Vaping Cloud – Do Iowa lawmakers care about vaping facts? – Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater – Government Taxes an Industry It Has Already Wiped Out – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Junk study on vaping and heart attacks retracted ~ Junk Vape Heart Attack Study Pulled – But Damage is Done ~ Journal retracts hotly contested paper on vaping and heart attacks ~ American Heart Association …

Vapers Digest February 19th Read More »

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