Tag: New Zealand

Friday’s News at a glance:- PMTA Decision Day: FDA Leaves Vape Industry Twisting in the Wind – FDA Fails to Meet Deadline – FDA Kicks the Can Down the Road – FDA needs to embrace vaping’s potential – FDA Shows Its Bias -FDA Needs More Time to Decide Fate of Juul –  Industry Demands Tough Action on Disposables – ASH Scotland Wants Ecig Clampdown – Dear Canada – Ecigs For Mental Health – Vaping Brings New Zealand Closer To Smokefree 2025 – California Passes New Retail Vape Tax – Social media misinformation about e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- All about nicotine – the guru has spoken – Organizing the Tobacco Harm Reduction Community in the United States – Vapes Outperform NRT for Smokers – Tobacco Control Leaders Call for a Balanced Assessment – Vape Bus Hits Barcelona – Cochrane Updates Info on Vape Efficacy – NZ Regs: Terrible For Consumers – PHE’s Response to the SRNT Paper – New Testing Method Keeps PMTA Dream Alive – FDA Signals It Won’t Authorize Flavored E-Liquid PMTAs – Will FDA Extend Its Proposed Ban on Menthol Cigarettes – Nora Volkow Acknowledges Benefits – Demand for balance on vape debate – Knee-jerk response – 2.4m Britons choose vape to quit – Are Concerns About Teen Vaping Overblown? – Flavoured vape e-liquids help smokers – Good News Out of the Philippines – Foreign groups hit for role in tainting Senate vaping bill – FDA orders three small makers to pull products from the market – Remaining smokers in Norway – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Control Experts Unite for Unprecedented Endorsement of Vaping – Signs of sanity in US tobacco control? – Tobacco Control Experts Promote Vaping – Call for a Reset of the Vaping Debate – Stanton Glantz’s Tainted Science – State AGs Pressure FDA – Glantz Paper Pulled Apart – Worst Published Paper Of The Year? – MHRA Closes Vape “Loophole” – Parliament – Drug Legalization Is Trendy—Unless the Drug Is Nicotine – Canadian Vaping Association: – Why do opponents want to suppress or dismiss science? – The WHO’s war on vaping – Vape to curb smoking -WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic 2021: –  Mexico’s thaw on heated tobacco – Terrible timing for vape businesses and consumers – Senate Bill 2239 regulates vape market – Preventing Youth Vaping Could Hinder Adults’ – March against the ban of flavours in Montreal – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Patients should be offered advice on vaping – Matt Myers in 2003 and Today – The Vaping Study You Haven’t Heard Of – House Dems Reject Proposed FDA User Fees – World Vape Day – AVCA Applauds Minister – Taxing Times For Europe – Why ignore evidence in the debate – Did Philippines FDA break the law? – Attacks On Vaping, Politically Timed – Anti-Vaping Laws Have Criminal Justice Ramifications – Inside Singapore’s Thriving Black Market – Canada: Vape Policies Could Increase Smoking – Public health seen benefitting from harm reduction – Study explores memory benefits of nicotine – Ignorance is bliss? – Vape stores push back – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 111: Stop talking about stopping – Vaping and Science – Dutch Vapers Can Still Prevent Flavor Prohibition – San Francisco Flavor Ban Tied to More Teen Smoking – Why you should NOT equate snus with cigarettes – British government review of rules – Taskforce Says Smoking Is An Illness – Netherlands Bans Flavours – Europe’s TPD Update – VPZ Breaks Records – NZ Wants Vaping Starter Kits – WVA Details Plans For World Vape Day – On World No Tobacco Day – Kiwis celebrate World Vape Day – World Vape Day aims to raise awareness – At ‘World No Tobacco Day’ Roundtable – Health Risks Of Vaping – Nicotine buzz in the air – CAPHRA supports ‘historic’ vaping bill – WHO’s Latest Tobacco Report – The E-Cigarette Summit – The Canadian Vaping Association – Canada’s Reckless Fight – Rethink THR Strategies – Science should prevail over politics – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Levelling up and capitalising on Brexit – Anti Vaping WHO – The Great Vape Debate – No increased cardiovascular risk for snusers – New RCP Report: Smoking and health 2021 – Toilet Tantrum in Australia – Britain must stand up to the WHO – Rejigging tobacco strategy is essential – Covid-19 and smoking: – Asian Consumers to Celebrate ‘Safer Choice’ – Switching to safer alternatives is also quitting – 2021 New Zealand budget on health reforms – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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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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Monday’s News at a glance:- Response to Government’s TRPR Consultation – Banning Sweeteners In Vapes Would Be ‘catastrophic’ – Need For More Robust Campaign For Tobacco Harm Reduction In Sub-Saharan Africa – Officials who act as conduits for foreign vested interest groups should be fired – Alternative Product Harm Perception – RightOn is Way Off – American Harm Reduction Attacks Spiked Tobacco Use – Catastrophic End To The Sweet Life – PACT Act Pushing Many Vape Shops to Close – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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