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Monday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Products’ Beneficial Antioxidant Properties – Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan – In Overcoming Paralysis, Brussels Must Choose Harm Reduction – A critical review of high-impact studies of vaping – Why a medical expert embraced tobacco harm reduction – News-n-Views 13th/19th April – Another Media Partnership for POTV – YDKN Fact Checks Glantz’ Nonsense Nicotine Claims – Calls to consider e-cigarettes a first line therapy – SJ flavored tobacco ban would hurt small businesses – VCU study finds e-cigs may reduce exposure to tobacco-related carcinogen – Legal uncertainties are cramping the industry – THR key to reducing Asia’s smoking-related deaths – Asian countries told to be cautious about ‘philanthropic colonialism’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA Welcomes Estonia’s Decision to Suspend Excise Duty on E-Liquids – Plymouth Vaping Experiment – Four million smoking-related deaths a year – A Burning Issue for Asia – Report Details Failures to Scale Up THR in Asia – Covid stress leads to increase in smoking numbers – UKVIA repeats its call to Government to review vaping regulations – POTV Teams Up With GFN21 – Tobacco Harm Reduction Conference – ELEVATE VAPING AS A SAFE SWITCH – Examining Public Health’s Response to Vaping – Tobacco harm reduction and the high cost of misinformation – Govt’s Smokefree Plan Overlooks Vaping Alternative – Dental group clarifies stand on e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Irreconcilable Conflict Principle – Vape industry warns of 50% sales drop – The Birth of Harm Reduction – The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction (GSTHR) 2020 – IEVA European Survey – ASH Whipping Up A Storm – Burning Issues – Consumer Group Protests Lockdown Rules – Hawaiian Corruption Smear – The Stroke Association – Voters Approve Vape Taxes in Two States, Cannabis Sales in Five – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Consumers urge PRRD to cut foreign grants – Report urges need for THR products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ‘Global State of THR’ Set for Release – Leafly Magazine discovered true cause of EVALI at least six months before CDC – Tobacco Harm Reduction – 7 things you need to know about vaping – Wales Forgets About Vaping – Quitting Smoking for Mental Health – Kick the Habit – VG/PG Cops – Relapse Risk – Cancer Council Australia and Heart Foundation misinformed on vaping – Rachael’s Story Part 1 / 6 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The KAC Global Tobacco Harm Reduction Scholarship Programme 2021 – Damage Done – As the PMTA Deadline Looms, the Vaping Industry Faces Potential Disaster – Why Vape Flavors Matter – Big Tobacco Is About to Dominate the E-Cig Industry – The Future of Tobacco – TPD 3 – Advertising and Youth – Heavy Metal – COVID Jackass – Vapers Vote! – Tobacco Harm Reduction (Part One) – Epidemic of youth nicotine addiction? – Responsible adults who vape should have access to flavors – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Where Did Underage Vapers Get E-Cigarettes in 2019 – Azar Promises Streamlined PMTA – Federal Government Misled Public – WHO Vape Report Misleading and Misinformation – Instagramers still love vaping – NZ Government Delay Helps Nobody – No NZ Teen Epidemic – E-cigarettes: how risky are they? – Tobacco harm reduction and the right to health – The Rise of Vaping and the War Against It – In Seeking the Truth, you have to get both sides of the story – What Would Actually Convince the Surgeon General? – Time for FCTC to integrate THR at COP9 – A One Shoe Fits All Solution – Taxing Nicotine Products: A Primer – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Doctor Christian Jessen Backs Vaping – Campaign For Better Regulation Of E-Cigarettes Launched – Interview with Lynne Dawkins – California Crusade Against Tobacco Flavors – Vape Laws Cause Teen Smoking – Truth Humour Fail – First News Goes into BAT – IQOS Approved by FDA – Tobacco 21 Laws Do Not Reduce Youth E-Cigarette Use – Core principles of Morven VI dialogue – World Bank Group’s paper on e-cigarette taxation – World Vaping Day May 31 2019 – An update on vaping in Australia – Nanny State to Maintain Nicotine Vaping Prohibition – China draws up e-cigarette regulations – Ban will hurt small businesses – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Fridays News at a glance: Telegraph science editor Sarah Knapton puts the record straight. Not really – WHO bans whole countries from its jamboree – Knowledge Action Change – Dialogues – FDA Center for Tobacco Products (mostly) know exactly what they are doing – FDA’s e-cigarette rules are a public-health hazard – E-cigarettes a public health breakthrough – CHI2016 Programme Outline – Aaron Biebert on The Herman Cain Show – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 12 August 2016

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