Tag: Lindsey Stroud

Friday’s News at a glance:- Report on the application of the TPD – The British Medical Journal Falsely Claimed – More Prison Sentences for Smuggling Vapes – Fewer exacerbations and higher quality of life in COPD – VPZ Launches Pilot Vape Clinic – Ecig Use in Great Britain – Concerns About Youth Vaping Addressed – ‘What About The Children?’ – Addicted to smoking or addicted to nicotine? – Arrested for Vaping? – Pro-Needle Exchange but Anti-Vaping? – Why Biden’s change in his approach to Harm Reduction – Revenue From Vape Industry Can Help Finance Covid-19 – Over 1,000 Schools Nationwide using SwabTek™ – In for a Shock | Decoding the war on safer nicotine products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- A Message to Politicians and Public Health – Why Health Canada cannot be trusted – Cigarette Smuggling Will Worsen If Vaping Not Promoted – Consequences of prohibition on vaping – Teenage Use – Vaping and Harm Reduction in Parliament – Heating Up – Coalition Letter on PMTA Enforcement – In Science We Trust – Groups reveal report on Bloomberg’s meddling in PH – Drug, alcohol and nicotine use by teens may have fallen – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Is It Time To Rethink Nicotine for People With Mental Challenges? ~ Innovation in nicotine delivery tech seen to reduce deaths from smoking ~ Cyber-stalking, anti-vaping fanatics ~ The Truth Will Prevail ~ Chinese vaping …

Vapers Digest 30th June Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- The Global Forum on Nicotine – GFN Focuses on Harm Reduction – Foul Play in New Zealand – Two Federal Agencies Aimed at Protecting Persons, Two Different Approaches to Harm Reduction – Legalising snus – Nuances of the flavoured vaping debate explained – Health Canada abdicates its responsibility – E-cigs vs Covid: never mind the science – Wrong information deters smokers from switching – Africa: Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Make its Way Out of Controversy? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Clive Bates: “We must restore the confidence of consumers lost because of misinformation” – Ethan Nadelmann on Tobacco Harm Reduction – EU TPD a ‘wasted opportunity’ to learn from Sweden – Nicotine Pouches Face Attacks – European Commission weighs up the benefits and risks – Nicotine flavor ban – NNA Writes To Government – ETHRA Addresses APPG Inquiry – AVCA Celebrates World Vape Day – Researchers Tackling Misperceptions – WHO Report Slammed – Smokers Condemned To Death – Nicotine misperceptions – Taxes Keep Smokers Smoking – Will China Bring Vapes Under the Country’s Tobacco Monopoly? – Did the CDC’s Lack of Transparency – Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control – India Missed A Public Health Opportunity – Consumer advocates to tackle lies about vaping – Kenya’s ban of oral nicotine increased smoking – US Nicotine Vaping Product SimSmoke – World Vape Day 2021 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: WHO has gone rogue on tobacco policy – millions at risk from tired dogma and a refusal to grasp innovation ~ Happy World Vape Day! ~ World Vape Day: Millions of Adult Smokers Have Quit, …

Vapers Digest 2nd June Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Snus has Sweden on track to be world’s first smoke-free country – Proper Funding, Not Prohibitions – They protest far too much – what happened to scientific curiosity? – Sweden, Norway, Japan embrace THR – World Vape Day 2021 – UKECRF Vape Research Update – Proposed federal e-cigarette tax would threaten public health – Canada Proposes New Federal Vape Tax From 2022 – High school seniors who used e-cigarettes may have otherwise been cigarette smokers: – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Swedish MEP calls out Commission ‘dishonesty’ on snus and cancer ~ The WHO and tobacco policy: a seven-point reform agenda ~Worlds apart – while others ban e-cigs, UK hospitals hand them out for free ~ …

Vapers Digest 12th May Read More »

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: A “fairer and healthier world” needs a better public health agency than the WHO ~ Vaping Group Supports Call to Defund WHO ~ By Ignoring WHO, UK Could Emerge as World Leader in Tobacco Harm …

Vapers Digest 5th May Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarettes: what we know and what we don’t – Tobacco & Vaping 101: 50 State Analysis – Defund the World Health Organisation! – Durbin Introduces Bill to Tax Vapes Like Cigarettes – Reduced Nicotine Cigarettes For NZ – Why Should Smokers Switch To Vaping? – Future for Nicotine | GFN21, Global Forum on Nicotine – A world free of addictions is utopia – The knowledge gap of a smoker – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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