Tag: New Zealand

Monday’s News at a glance:- Health misinformation can be deadly – Vaping in schools: how concerned should we be? – America’s Blinkered Battle – New NZ DG Must Review Ecigs – Vaping Down Under with Dr. Colin Mendelsohn – Pretty Brutal | State of U.S. Vaping 2022 – Govt ‘will not legalise’ e-cigarettes – China issues draft rules to control production – Washington’s Juul settlement – Effect of flavored E-cigarette bans in the US – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- CoEHAR study on ecig flavored liquids – Vaping needs a balanced scientific debate – New research shows snus helps smokers quit – Banning all flavored tobacco doesn’t work – Derek Yach on TR’s Special Innovation Issue – Teen vaping has eliminated teen smoking – IEA Discussion Paper Released – Study Oz Success – Irish Vapers Surveyed – ASA’s Work Update – Pregnancy Research – Vape Shop Ambassadors – Parliament – Vape Flavour Bans – ETHRA European Nicotine Users Survey 2020 – More Doctors Recommending Vapes – Court Orders FDA to Report PMTA Review Progress – CPSC’s Comical Vape Safety Campaign – VLN Cigarettes Test-Marketed in Chicago – Critique of Zeller’s Tenure – American Legislatures Supporting The Cigarette Trade? – Risk-Based Legislation – Smoker rights groups rally – Why we don’t always get the science we need – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Dishonest arguments against vaping – Great Yarmouth smokers: Would you switch to vaping to kick the habit? – A disruptive technology could finally put an end to tobacco smoking – Vapers take Centrestage – The Anti-Vaping Crusade Backfires – Secondhand Risk Claim Crushed – GFN ‘22 – We know that vaping is making a difference – New ACI Report Highlights the Dangers of Overregulating Products – Rethink Nicotine and Respect Consumers – Vape Law is Duterte legacy – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- FDA Sets a “Very Low” Bar for Favored Tobacco Products – ‘Secondhand Vaping’ Risks Don’t Justify Public E-cigarette Restrictions – Tobacco Harm Reduction Is for the Birds – Big Pharma is no better than Big Tobacco – 26% To Try Smoke-free Alternatives – Ireland To Copy New Zealand? – Wales Holding Smoke-free Consultation – HTPs Reduce Risk Too – More Trading Standards Raids – Taiwan Cabinet Proposes Vape Prohibition – FDA Nominee Califf Heads to Full Senate Vote – New Jersey: Vape Shops to Carry Nicotine Gum – An old nicotine delusion – Lack of high-quality research into HnB – Minister reaffirms support for vaping – Smoking is up for the first time in a generation – Senate lauded for passing vape bill – THR: The Imperative for Alternatives – Physicians urged to champion the fight against smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Popular Advocate Forced to Close Her Small-Town Vape Shop – Malaysia Postpones Steep E-Liquid Tax – Sensible vape regulations critical for THR – Health survey shows people are smoking less – NNA: There Is Work To Do – Does Vaping Make It Floppy? – Daily Vaping Leads To Accidental Quitting – Pharma Startup Promotes False Claim – FDA’s Tobacco and Nicotine Policy Is in Disarray – Heated tobacco: a new review – Survey shows strong support for vape bill – Tobacco control and prevention efforts in the U.S – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Vape News From Scotland -ONS Smoking and Vaping Figures Announced – Desperate to Win the Smokefree Race, New Zealand Resorts to Prohibition – National Preventive Health Strategy – Does Vaping Help Smokers Quit? – Open letter to the New Brunswick Medical Association – Even with all our anti-smoking policies, I’m still buying cigarettes – Senate Democrats Nix a Regressive, Unhealthy Vaping Tax – Harm reduction is the way to a smoke-free future – Acceptability And Use Of THR Products Must Increase – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Register for the 9th Global Forum on Nicotine – Tobacco prohibition coming to New Zealand – Legal Child Abuse: Terrorizing Children About Nicotine – Democrats Remove Nicotine Tax from BBB Bill – Flavour ban ‘uncertainty’ – The geography of Harm Reduction – Research Identifies “Dry Puff” Conditions – The WHF’s Blinkered Demands – Working For The Clampdown – Unintended Consequences in Oz – New Zealand puts Australia to shame – Smokefree Action Plan fails to elevate vaping – Action plan a ‘game-changer’ – Serious concerns about smokefree 2025 policies – A Study Was Claimed to Link Vapes to Cigarette “Relapse” – U.K. Vaping Hits Record High as Smoking Drops – E-cigs with cigarette-like nicotine delivery – How have MEPs changed in their views – Breaking down nicotine addiction – 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:- Snus brings Sweden even closer to ‘tobacco endgame’ goal – Willingness to accept misinformation is based on perception – How vaping helped one ‘hideously addicted’ doctor – Smokers are switching from tobacco to vaping – Nicotine Tax Will Hurt Democrats – Pesko’s Tax Proposals – Flavours Do Not Encourage Teens To Vape – PMI Response to Prescribed Vapes – Stroke Risk Research Criticised And Pulled – INNCO Round Table – The WHO’s tobacco policy echo chamber – Stop the war on nicotine: Six Reasons – THR Has The Potential To Reduce Smoking – What caused a scrap in the Philippines government – Why a black market looms as NZ stubs out smoking – Let’s reduce the deaths – Congress pushes for tobacco death and taxes – Building Back Cancer Rates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Up In Smoke: How Vape Bans Increase Tobacco Use – USPS Vape Mail Ban Is Now in Effect – Backlash Against the FDA Grows – Experts Demand EVALI Rename – BAT Delivers “Critical Year” Keynote – ATS Beats A Broken Drum – Thai Vape Support Goes Global – Parliamentary Activity – Vaping: one policy the Kiwis have got right – Altria Will End U.S. IQOS Sales November 29th – Hong Kong Prohibits Sales of Vaping Products – New Study Muddies the Vaping Debate – The WHO fails again – on smoking – Tobacco Control Policies Are Misguided – New Alarm Over Youth Vaping in Canada – National and international health nannies – Evidence on effectiveness of e-cigs is incontrovertible – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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